Some of the doctors who received the biggest payments last year from drug and medical-device companies got them for purposes that had nothing to do with patient care.
Nike said the launch of the new LeBron 12 basketball shoes would be delayed indefinitely due to a small cosmetic issue it didn't identify.
DirecTV reached a deal with the NFL to continue broadcasting its prize "Sunday Ticket" package of football games for the next eight years, clearing the way for AT&T's $49 billion purchase of DirecTV.
New Hampshire employer, hungry for engineers, helps create a program to build skills locally.
The Guild, which has more than 8,500 members, raised concerns that Amazon is violating antitrust law as it puts pressure on Hachette Book Group in a dispute over revenue from e-books.
In an interview, Sunil Kumar, dean of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, emphasizes the school's flexible curriculum and says it is committed to equipping students for a wide array of careers.
Amazon.com today begins collecting sales tax from purchasers in Minnesota and Maryland, marking the 22nd and 23rd states where the online retailer assesses the levy.
Now that eBay has agreed to shed PayPal, it may prove difficult to show it is better to be alone.
U.S. employers are facing deadlines to make changes to their employees' health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Drug companies are racing to create vaccines to stifle a deadly swine virus that has roiled the U.S. meat industry and pushed pork prices to record highs.