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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- The purchase involves the battery and lighting divisions of Spectrum Brands, which will focus on its other businesses
Music streaming service that disrupted the music biz wants to go public -- just not to traditional investors' playlist
The risks to this unprecedented bull market are rising, yet history shows trying to play it cautious creates its own problems
Strong earnings and upbeat retail sales data helped push U.S. indices to even further all-time highs on Friday
Sites that depend on the social network for all-important traffic could have a hard time maintaining their ad rates
While experts debate, residents of the The Villages are ready for a trailblazing test of autonomous vehicles
Last month's results capped a 4.2 percent annual rise, the most in three years, while 2017 inflation stayed at 2.1 percent
As investors enjoy one of the best starts to a year ever, some extraordinarily unusual things are also happening
Walmart abruptly closed up to 260 of its wholesale stores on the same day it gave other workers a raise
The value of all kinds of digital currencies fell after country's justice minister says trading ban is in the works
Last year's massive breach led more than 30,000 consumers to gripe to the Consumer Financial Protection Board
Walmart said it will pay bonuses of up to $1,000 per worker and increase starting salaries to $11 per hour
The giant hotel chain apologized to Beijing for any "misunderstanding" after officials launched a criminal probe
The latest round will cut about 215 workers in Indianapolis, in addition to more than 300 let go in July
Iconic American company said to be mulling variety of turnaround options, including a change of control at printer maker
Rumors fly periodically that Beijing will shrink its $1.2T in U.S. debt -- here's why that isn't likely to happen
Fast-growing startup caters to fitness buffs who want to connect to instructors, and each other, online
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite had their first down days of the year and ended their run of record highs
Warren Buffett remains as chairman and CEO, saying only that the next chief won't have to share the job
A photojournalist talks with people in the region about Beijing's massive project to connect more than 60 countries
The share of homes worth more than $1 million has ballooned since 2002, putting the crunch on middle-class families
Two cases: A porn site that takes "porn tokens" goes dark, and Kodak shares leap on news it's getting into digital money
It now forecasts an overall expansion of 3.1 percent and a rise to 2.5 percent for the U.S., with help from tax cuts
It joined several other retailers reporting strong year-end results, thanks to consumers spending more freely
Despite a rousing New Year rally, here's a trio of issues that could alter the stock market's current dynamics
The independent, GOP-controlled Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said the proposal wouldn't help the nation's grid
Their combination promises to create a health care colossus that could pay handsome rewards to shareholders
The chipmaker says Brian Krzanich's sales were preplanned, but experts say they still raise serious questions
Barclays estimates the Warren Buffett conglomerate's book value could leap due to the now-lower corporate tax rate
The camera maker is shuttering its drone division and cutting about 200 workers
As e-commerce and technology advance, millions of store employees are struggling to cope, but some are thriving
Despite the latest milestone crossings for U.S. stocks, an unwanted -- and perhaps unexpected -- guest is lurking
A new global survey finds several U.S. airports and carriers ranked pretty high, including a surprise top airport
Well timed sale of $39 million in stock and options happened five months after chipmaker learned of bug in its products
Despite the latest milestone crossings for U.S. stocks, an unwanted -- and perhaps unexpected -- guest is lurking
After being ousted from top spot, controversial co-founder could pocket $1.4 billion from deal with Softbank Group
Speculation in bitcoin and its ilk has regulators raising a swarm of red flags about these "high-risk products"
Weed was on a roll with California's legalization, but Jeff Sessions has made doing business far more difficult
The troubled retailer says 64 Kmart stores and 39 Sears stores will be shuttered between early March and April
The tobacco giant says it will eventually stop selling cigarettes in the U.K. and help smokers beat their addiction
Stocks are out of the gates quickly this year, powered by corporate profits, economic growth and tax cuts
Three other airlines in the case, American, United and Delta, aren't settling and will continue defending themselves
Here's a look at what devices are affected, what's being done about it and whether you should worry
Big insurers and providers are using mergers and acquisitions to broaden their lines of business and protect profits
As stock price records keep falling, the U.S. blue-chip benchmark looks ready to leap another big number
Washington state says the motel chain provided details from registrations to help ICE target Latino customers
This winter's widespread record-low temperatures and frozen precipitation are comforting to lots of businesses
You can't take it with you -- nor can your heirs unless they can unlock the value of your encrypted virtual currency
The drugmaker is girding for low-cost competition against Restasis, its popular dry-eye treatment
Central bankers expect that lowering Americans' income taxes will boost consumer spending