J.C. Penney just needs to make it through the year, not care about which companies it has burned.
The struggling retailer is being sued by its Swiss-based vendor over what may be the exact thing wrong with the company.
In a nutshell, Apple is too expensive to be included in the 30-firm Dow Jones Industrial Average, the most-cited stock index in the world.
Italy's sovereign debt is owned almost entirely by insurance firms and banks.
Mark Thompson is facing accusations he overcompensated departing executives at the BBC with hefty severance packages.
Peter Sterne, a senior at Columbia College, is documenting who pays interns in the media industry.
Yahoo's new logo is resoundingly disappointing, but that won't matter to the brand in the long run.
Raytheon's Tomahawk missiles are worth more than $1.4 million each.
Everything you wanted to know about Nokia: from where Nokia got its name to what's next for its CEO.
Chet Kanojia says viewers are skipping through commercials anyway -- it’s time to figure out a new model.
As Aereo expands rapidly from the East Coast to the Midwest, it's also (finally) launching on Android.
Most Western companies have been out of Syria for the past two years.
Doctors Without Borders claims 355 of about 3,600 people displaying neurotoxic symptoms have died since an alleged chemical-weapons attack.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s eldest son said it’s “not a time for nostalgic commemoration.”
Despite ballooning scandals in China, Big Pharma is used to bad reputations -- and that won't change anytime soon.
Forget Abercrombie's "fat" kids controversy -- the real demographic problem is a much bigger deal.
Bids on the company, owned by Li Ka-shing, Asia's richest man, range from $3 billion to $4 billion.
Wal-Mart's organic growth in China has been underwhelming. It may be time for a bolt-on acquisition.
Bad weather and a poor economic outlook are driving down sales, analysts say.
Turkey's central bank acted fast, and it's helping the lira against the dollar.