Walgreens Boots Alliance will take over General Electric's spot on the elite stock market index.
The U.S. is planning to sell off nearly $300 billion in debt, according to the Treasury Department, because the Trump tax cuts have led to a drop in federal revenue.
Priceline changed its name to Booking Holdings Inc. to better reflect the fact that Booking.com is responsible for much of the company's business.
They join a growing list of companies announcing wage increases or bonuses for employees following recent changes to U.S. tax law.
The state is considering a state-run bank to help finance marijuana businesses. Right now federal laws prohibit that.
As soon as this week, the administration will announce the results of an investigation into steel imports, and it could impose big tariffs on steel from other countries.
Cook took over as Apple’s CEO five years ago this week. The company’s profits are up, but its innovation has slowed.
The Republican presidential candidate is defending his business ventures, including Trump University, which is the subject of lawsuits.
The Justice Department accuses Aubrey McClendon of conspiring with rivals to keep the price of oil and natural gas land leases low.
The award show's producer, Russell Simmons, says it's about "celebrating people who might otherwise not get celebrated."
CEO Tim Cook said the company will not comply because doing so would have "implications far beyond the legal case at hand."
While the Fed expects to raise interest rates gradually, they are not on any preset course, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said.
ChemChina, China's state-owned chemical corporation, is making an offer on the Swiss seeds and pesticides company.
Oprah announced this week on Twitter that she lost 26 pounds – good news for her, but even better news for Weight Watchers.
Oil prices have dropped more than 20 percent this year, and it's only January. Stocks around the world also fell today.
Winning the lottery has become even harder after a recent change in the Powerball rules increases the odds of hitting the jackpot.
The e-cigarette industry is dealing with inventory issues, increasing safety concerns and some new state laws targeting the industry.
If the deal is approved by regulators, the merged company would sell about one-third of all beers in the world.
The merger will consolidate the country's second and third-largest drug store chains, and will likely get a close look from regulators.
The magazine will now rate Tesla's Model S sedan "worse than average" after hearing concerns from Model S owners.