A Force Awakens

Thanks to the latest "Star Wars" epic, CEO Bob Iger has Disney's finances back on track. But the company's ESPN property remains a worry for investors.

How Chipotle Plans To Prevent More Outbreaks

At a nationwide staff meeting Monday, the restaurant chain outlined its strategy for halting the food-safety problems that have hurt its profits and credibility.

A Defensive Struggle

Von Miller was a dominant Super Bowl MVP, but as a defensive player the marketing potential from his performance might be limited.

Free Basics Ban Imperils Facebook’s India Growth

India was expected to become the social networking site's biggest mobile market in 2016, but a ruling by the country's government could derail its plans.

Super Bowl Audience Fell Short Too

The snoozer of a showdown between Denver and Carolina drew "only" 112 million viewers. But CBS is still happy.

Chesapeake Energy Denies Bankruptcy Plans

Nevertheless, the stock price of the beleaguered natural gas company, No. 2 in the U.S., fell sharply Monday.

‘Peak Oil’ Fears Haven’t Panned Out

Predictions that global oil production would soon peak and decline didn’t happen, but energy analysts say there’s little reason to gloat.
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Thirst For Coffee Sparks Supply Worries

Rising demand for premium coffee could mean supply shortages in the future. Figures from the International Coffee Organization suggest overall coffee production is already lagging demand.

Potential Brexit Clouds UK’s Economic Horizon

Apart from being a self-inflicted blow, a possible British departure from the European Union is already having ill effects on confidence.

Like Panthers, Social Media Had A Less-Than-Super Day

Facebook and Twitter may have reached a plateau after years of record growth in new users and conversations around major sporting events.

Pay This Fee, Or Go To Jail

Police departments around the U.S. are using license plate scanners to find scofflaws or criminals. Some are also letting the device suppliers slap drivers with mandatory fees.

Why They Joined ISIS

Caught in a desperate situation, two Iraqi men turned to the Islamic State group for money and a sense of belonging, only to be imprisoned by Kurdish security forces.