The company is moving away from the basic chemicals business that built its reputation. If it succeeds, it wants to simply be called 'Dow.'
A South African lodge attempts to create the feel of poverty with burning trash cans, decrepit shacks and dirt paths. But there are also Wi-fi and under-floor heating.
A stong Model S backlog, hopes for the Model X SUV and technical support add up to a bullish case for the stock.
The company nixes one of its most popular promotions in favor of brioche -- a bread so unfamiliar to Americans that the chain made an ad showing how to pronounce it.
The company is the focus of an antitrust probe within the country. There may be politics at play here.
Delta voted as the best airline for business travelers for a third year in a row.
Congress is under pressure to pass a farm bill by Jan. 1. If it doesn't, subsidies for dairy commodities will expire.
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