Duke Energy Corp. is returning to the pipeline business as the co-owner of a new $5 billion natural-gas line that will run from West Virginia to the southeast corner of North Carolina.
The mystery of how nude photos of celebrities leaked onto the Internet deepened when Apple said its online systems hadn't been breached.
A strategy rarely employed in legal education—price-cutting—appears to be paying off for a handful of law schools.
On Nov. 15, the health-law marketplaces will reopen for business, selling coverage to millions of Americans. Health insurers are hoping the process will be much smoother this time around.
Even as economic indicators rise, domestic capital spending has remained anemic by historical standards and the nation's capital equipment base is getting long in the tooth.
Family-film overload? Between September and December, four animated movies will be released by Hollywood's major studios.
A federal appeals court spent nearly two hours Tuesday peppering the government and a civil-liberties group with questions about the legality of the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will unveil plans for a new Mexico City airport that will eventually be the largest in Latin America and serve as a regional hub, officials said.
It's not just brawny pickups driving Detroit higher: Chevrolet's Sonic and Ford's Fiesta have leapfrogged Toyota, Honda and Mazda for the No. 2 and No. 3 positions in subcompact sales.
Wet Seal Inc. disclosed Tuesday that its chief executive left the company, effective Aug. 26, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.