If the gas prices this Memorial Day weekend look familiar it's because the price has been about the same for the past three summers.
A federal court ruling to legalize same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania could mean lots of green for state businesses.
The U.S. claimed victory in a trade dispute Friday after a key panel ruled that China's anti-dumping duties on imports of American-made cars and SUVs violate international trade rules.
The government didn't properly test the Boeing 787's lithium-ion batteries when it was originally certified, and relied too much on Boeing for technical expertise, a new report says.
Hewlett-Packard plans to cut as many as 16,000 more jobs in a major ramp-up of CEO Meg Whitman's effort to turn the PC maker around.
Reynolds American is expanding its manufacturing complex in Tobaccoville, N.C., as it plans national distribution of its Vuse brand electronic cigarette.
GameStop shares rose Friday as the video game retailer's first-quarter profit beat Wall Street analysts' expectations, helped by demand for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Already squeezed by competition from online retailers and discount stores, retailers like Best Buy and Sears have been cutting costs and revamping merchandise, but sales of consumer electronics remain stagnant.
A California woman severely sickened after eating tainted eggs in 2010 said Thursday she welcomed the government's decision to file criminal charges against Quality Egg executives.
Unilever PLC says it has agreed to sell its Ragu and Bertolli sauce brands in North America to Mizkan for $2.15 billion.
Reynolds American is in discussions to buy Lorillard in a complicated, three-way transaction with British American Tobacco, Reuters reported Thursday.
Cost cuts helped Best Buy record a stronger-than-expected first quarter, but sales continued to be weak as shoppers hold off for new product launches of smartphones and tablets.
Target Corp. cut its annual profit outlook Wednesday as it took another hit from a massive customer data breach and a troubled expansion in Canada.
Tiffany's net income surged 50 percent in the first quarter as revenue climbed 13 percent to $1.01 billion and the company boosted prices.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — American Eagle Outfitters saw earnings tumble 86 percent in the first quarter on huge mark downs intended to generate foot traffic. The teen retailer said that it would close 150 stores over the next three years. Its second-quarter profit outlook was short of Wall Street projections and company shares fell 4 percent at the open of trading Wednesday. The Pittsburgh company is ...