As Netflix (NFLX) anticipates increased viewership with the second season of Orange is the New Black, it is time to again examine whether the company's benefit from original content production outweighs its costs.
Time Warner Cable shareholders met to hear CEO Robert D. Marcus say the company's dismal 2013 performance is "old news," and that its proposed acquisition by Comcast is a "dream combination."
Hertz Global Holdings said it has to review and correct its financial reports from the past three years after a company audit found accounting errors.
Freddie Mac said Thursday the average rate for a 30-year loan edged up to 4.14 percent from 4.12 percent last week.
American Airlines plans to build a new integrated operations control center near its existing headquarters in Fort Worth.
Rite Aid Corp. lowered its earnings expectations for fiscal 2015 after higher-than-expected drug costs and reimbursement rate reductions in its recently concluded quarter.
The European Central Bank introduced a negative deposit rate to prod banks into lending cash instead of hoarding it. Here are other steps central banks are taking to bolster their economies.
French President Francois Hollande says he wants to discuss with President Obama a potential multibillion-dollar fine that France's largest bank is facing in the U.S.
A New Orleans brewery has agreed to change the name of its Mechahopzilla brew after the company that owns the rights to the Godzilla name sued.
The acquisition of a former Heinz plant fits in with Ruiz Foods' East Coast expansion plans.
Experts say most lease holders don't get nearly enough rent for cellphone towers on their private property.
GlaxoSmithKline unlawfully promoted drugs for off-label use not approved by the FDA, leading to a $105 million settlement with 45 states.
A federal appeals court in New York says a judge overstepped his authority when he blocked a $285 million settlement between Citigroup and government regulators over toxic mortgage securities.
Burt Shavitz, the Burt behind Burt's Bees, says he was ousted from the company he co-founded after he had an affair with an employee.
AT&T says that if it's allowed to buy satellite broadcaster DirecTV, that means it can afford to pull fiber connections into more homes, for additional superfast broadband Internet coverage.