The mutually beneficial relationship between a number of card issuers and comparison sites has turned icy, with heated conversations between the parties, banks cutting off ties with some sites and, in one case, a lawsuit.
Dynegy will nearly double its power-generating capacity when it buys 21 plants for $6.25 billion from Duke Energy and Energy Capital Partners.
Amazon is gearing up to challenge Google's dominance of the online advertising market, developing its own software for placing ads online that could leverage its knowledge of millions of Web shoppers.
The Department of Homeland Security urges all companies to check for the possible malware infection, which targets cash registers.
Cargill sued a former executive of its meatpacking division, alleging he stole trade secrets before resigning to join rival JBS this month.
Google's effort to provide faster Internet speeds at lower cost is changing how next-generation broadband is rolled out—while stirring debate about the "digital divide."
The International Trade Commission confirmed the imposition of tariffs on imports of steel pipe and tube from South Korea and five other countries, a victory for U.S. steelmakers.