Tesla is recalling Model S Sedans over a possible seat belt problem.
Drug company Novartis is ordered to pay a $370 million fine for fraud. The fraud lawsuit proved the company threatened specialty pharmacies to push certain drugs and paid them with kickbacks when certain sales goals were met.
The largest health insurer in the nation has threatened to leave the exchanges and stop offering single individual plans under the Affordable Care Act.
A Papa Johns franchisee will serve jail time for failing to pay for overtime hours.
As the pot industry grows up, protecting intellectual property becomes critical.
U.S. Housing starts plunged in October to lower levels than was expected. There seems to remain a current slump in residential real estate and a stagnation with regard to new apartment construction.
Experts say developing nations need renewable energy solutions, not coal.
U.S. manufacturing output was up for October as demand for vehicles and big ticket items seemed to have rejuvenated the sector somewhat.
U.S. consumer prices rose in October after two straight months of declines. This may signal a rate hike by the Fed and that the holiday season has begun.
The deal, expected to close in 2016, will make Marriott the largest hotel company in the world.