CNN is changing its criteria for deciding the candidates who will participate in the main Republican debate later in this month, a shake-up that will likely allow Carly Fiorina to join the prime-time debate following her recent bump in the polls.
IRobot, the maker of the Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner, is resisting an activist investor’s demand that the company focus on home-cleaning products and drop some of its riskier ambitions.
McDonald’s is embarking on its biggest operational change in years with plans to offer breakfast all day.
A production company affiliated with Millennium Films, the studio behind ‘The Expendables’ movies, is suing users of the Popcorn Time website.
A federal judge has granted class-action status to a lawsuit claiming Uber Technologies treats its drivers like employees without providing health benefits and paying for other expenses normally covered by an employer.
A federal judge said he has an “inclination” to deny Pfizer’s request to throw out a Justice Department lawsuit accusing the drug maker’s Wyeth unit of overcharging Medicaid.
Canada’s woes are a harbinger of what could come for a small clutch of advanced economies that rely heavily on commodity exports, and demand from China, for their economic growth.
Applying newer fracking techniques to a prolific natural-gas region that straddles Louisiana and Texas could give the U.S. more—and much cheaper—supplies of the fuel for many years.
The Walt Disney Co. has named Jonathan Headley senior vice president and treasurer.
A top U.S. official Tuesday expressed confidence that China’s government would be able to manage the downside risks of a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy, but said Washington will be seeking greater clarity on Beijing’s policy strategy at a meeting of global finance officials later this week