The Federal Communications Commission voted to scrap the agency's 40-year-old ban on cable and satellite providers airing football games blacked out on local stations due to low attendance.
Conoco has started exporting oil from Alaska, the first such shipment in a decade, as sales of U.S. crude to foreign buyers continue to mount.
The Bakken Shale formation has revolutionized North America's energy industry. But an early Chinese private-equity bet into Canada's side of the oil field has little to show for its investment.
David Gurle, who is on the cusp of a deal to sell his two-year-old instant-messaging company, Perzo Inc., to 15 of the world's largest banks and money managers, is no stranger on Wall Street.
Federal regulators have ordered replacement of pilot displays on more than 1,300 Boeing jets to prevent possible interference from Wi-Fi devices used in cockpits.
Chinese nets and bolts ensnare Lifetime Products' basketball hoops in litigation over whether they qualify for "Made in USA" labeling.
New Balance acknowledges that only about 70% of the value of its U.S.-made shoes reflects domestic content and labor.
Suddenlink Communications, a cable operator with more than a million customers, says it will stop carrying Viacom's TV networks at midnight, and it has struck deals with replacement channels.
U.S. securities regulators granted Citigroup waivers that allow it to resume selling investments in hedge funds and private-equity funds to wealthy clients.
Coming competition in paying for everyday purchases with smartphones, including an aggressive entry from Apple, pushed online retailer eBay to reverse course and set free its PayPal unit.