Bigger burgers will be back on the menu at McDonald's, at least for a while.
Aetna is urging gay customers to "be proud" - and consider buying its coverage - as part of a new, narrow focus to selling health insurance in a business where the individual's buying decision matters more than it used to.
Barneys says in court papers that a black customer's lawsuit should be dismissed because his civil rights were not violated when he was detained by police after buying a $349 designer belt.
Drivers will see the lowest summer gasoline prices in about 6 years, according to the Energy Department.
The sale of Atlantic City's former Revel casino to Florida developer Glenn Straub is complete.
Starbucks says its workers can now have four years of tuition covered for an online college degree from Arizona State University instead of just two, marking the latest sign that companies are rethinking their treatment of low-wage workers.
U.S. service firms expanded at a slightly slower yet still healthy pace in March, an encouraging sign after multiple reports last week pointed to a slowing economy.
Americans hunting for a bargain on a new Beemer, bottle of Chateau Margaux or Hermes handbag thanks to the sliding euro should put away their gold cards. European luxury goods sold in the U.S. still carry luxurious price tags.
Southwest Airlines Co. earned a record profit last year and the CEO benefited with a 24 percent increase in compensation, to $5 million.
The tortured sale of Atlantic City's former Revel casino was expected to be finalized soon after a bankruptcy judge formally authorized its sale on the fifth attempt.
Volkswagen is seeking to add to a planned expansion announced last year to produce a new sport utility vehicle in Tennessee.
Steady hiring is supposed to fire up economic growth.
The cannabis industry isn't an opportunity for easy money, as some might believe, said Michael Elliott of the Marijuana Industry Group, a Colorado trade group.
The maple sap bubbling away in Ron Davis' upstate New York sugar house is destined for pancakes, waffles, sweets and - for years now - beer kegs.
A weakening U.S. economy spilled into the job market in March as employers added just 126,000 jobs - the fewest since December 2013 - snapping a 12-month streak of gains above 200,000.