Whatever mode of transportation business travelers use, corporate travel is not slowing down, said expense management firm Certify.
Revlon announced on Monday that President and CEO Fabian Garcia will step down to pursue other career opportunities.
Washington is again considering gas tax hikes even though they make no sense for taxpayers or our infrastructure, says Jake Novak.
Grubhub determined what dishes were ordered most in the Patriots' and Eagles' hometowns on days they won football games.
Avon shares have lost nearly 90 percent of their value after Sheri McCoy, who plans to step down in March, took place as CEO in 2012.
America's highest-quality malls are still attracting shoppers in droves, raking in more than $1,000 per square foot.
U.S. auto sales in January rose 0.8 percent from the same month in 2017 as automakers continued offering high consumer discounts
Volkswagen's supervisory board called for an inquiry into who commissioned tests in which monkeys were exposed to toxic diesel fumes; the German government said such studies were unjustifiable.
Xiaopeng is one of several Chinese start-ups looking to speed up development of battery-powered technology and compete with global leaders including Tesla.
Starbucks' strong growth in China will be overshadowed by slowing growth in the U.S., an analyst at Bernstein says.
Total online grocery spending could reach $100 billion within five to seven years, according to the Food Marketing Institute and Nielsen.
Panera Bread is voluntarily recalling some cream cheese sold in its U.S. stores because of possible bacterial contamination.
Ford said its China chief, Jason Luo, resigned after leading the U.S. automaker's China operations for roughly five months.
Three big health insurers and the nation's largest for-profit hospital operator plan to give fourth quarter results.
Ingvar Kamprad, the IKEA founder who turned a small-scale mail order business into a global furniture empire, has died at 91.
U.S. authorities decided to increase over the next five years the royalty payments music streaming companies make.
The Bugatti Chiron is a $2.9 million supercar that can go from zero to 249 mph in about 30 seconds, and Jay Leno took it out for a spin.
Bids for Kroger's convenience stores come as the industry continues to consolidate.
Staples' Chief Executive Officer Shira Goodman is departing the company, to be replaced by J. Alexander Douglas.
As one of the items from its $1 menu items this year, Taco Bell is now rolling out Nacho Fries. USA Today reports.
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