Top concert promoter Live Nation has struck a new deal with Pepsi.
General Electric is selling another segment of its financial business, transferring its GE Capital consumer-lending operation in Australia and New Zealand to a group of investors in a deal valued at roughly $6.3 billion.
Wholesale prices fell for a fourth straight month in February as a decline in food prices offset an increase in gasoline prices.
Kia is recalling nearly 209,000 Soul small SUVs because the gas pedals can bend or break.
A Georgia lawsuit that helped expose General Motors' failure to disclose a deadly defect in small-car ignition switches has been settled out of court for a second time.
Cyprus has raised the limit on individuals' money transfers abroad from 50,000 euros to 1 million euros ($1.1 million) in another, significant loosening of the bailed-out country's few remaining capital controls still in place.
Oil prices have further to drop with no signs of slowing production in the U.S., according to a global energy agency.
ABC and Yahoo announced an expansion Thursday of their working relationship beyond their news divisions to include content from ABC entertainment programming.
Financial stocks are leading U.S. market indexes higher a day after a number of banks announced dividend increases and stock buybacks.
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent was given a pay package worth $18.1 million last year after the world's biggest beverage company failed to meet its own growth targets.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says his government will continue to repay its creditors even if it doesn't get part of a rescue loan pending the outcome of current bailout talks.
U.S. businesses did not add to their stockpiles for a second straight month in January as total business sales fell by the largest amount in nearly six years.
Local government education was the largest contributor to the overall decline, falling by 230 jobs.
A verdict saying Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye's music to create their hit song "Blurred Lines" could ripple across the music industry, potentially changing how artists work and opening the door to new copyright claims.
L.L. Bean, known for selling its trademark boots via catalog for more than a century, plans to make a bigger push into brick-and-mortar retail by more than tripling the number of locations over the next five years, officials said Wednesday.