The company is growing here, but at a steep price. Spending on discounts and other incentives hit $2,206 per vehicle last year.
The network has repeatedly denied suggestions the show is faked, and wants a court to reject a suit claiming otherwise.
The performance in the fourth quarter wasn't good, to be sure. But consumer and business spending rose, and economists say they expect a rebound in the current quarter.
Aubrey McClendon, one of the most controversial CEOs around, resigns with a sparkling golden parachute. A company probe into his actions finds no wrongdoing.
The rest of the company's business is humming along. The aerospace giant has a better-than-expected quarter and is the No. 1 planemaker.
The actor returns to television for a new show that pulls material from his own life, including his struggles with Parkinson's disease. Networks battled for rights to the show -- and its advertising potential.
The motorcycle company wants to take its brand to foreign markets. Executives are optimistic that sales will grow with disposable income in other countries.
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The retailer labels the character's fake memoir as nonfiction. This comes weeks after it categorized the the Bible as fiction.
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