A petition against brominated vegetable oil found in Gatorade adds to bad beverage news for consumers.
Newark's mayor laments the difficulty of finding healthy food while on assistance. He's also using the issue to jumpstart a promising political career.
Ford, GM and Chrysler aren't touching the state's legislative dustup over union dues.
The company gets in hot water with regulators about a Facebook post, sparking a wide-ranging debate over what constitutes public disclosure in the digital age.
As Central American officials decide the fate of security software guru John McAfee, Wall Street ponders the company he founded.
The company will keep its $8 streaming subscription plan even after adding an estimated $300 million to its $5 billion debt load.
The chief economist at UBS makes a gloomy prediction. But investors should take these forecasts with a healthy degree of skepticism.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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