U.S. safety regulators do not expect Takata to be able to fully supply replacement parts for millions of defective air bags until after February.
U.S. central bank signals confidence in the economic recovery.
With some 30 percent of the world's container volume, China's ports are a major source of soot and sulfur dioxide.
Where: Worldwide. When: Dec. 22. That's the date UPS anticipates will be 2014's busiest delivery day.
One of Apple's competitors in the mobile payment market sent out an email Wednesday telling users it has been breached, CNBC confirmed.
A Florida man broke records for ordering the biggest and most expensive Starbucks drink ever.
Blowing through hundreds of thousands of dollars for medical expenses in retirement is a reality for many people. Plan far ahead for spending.
Banks and credit unions that operate on military bases need to do a better job of serving their military customers, according to a new study.
Malfunctioning fuel heaters can cause fires, or a software glitch can disable the electronic stability control.
After the data breach heard 'round the world hit Target last year, will shoppers behave any differently this Christmas?
Facebook reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations, but the stock tanked on a disappointing outlook.
Aid organizations are scrambling to care for thousands of children in West Africa left orphaned by Ebola.
AutoNation is the largest car dealership chain in the U.S..
The Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it has sued AT&T for deceptive and unfair data throttling.
Taco Bell has launched a new app that promises to paradigm shift how you order tacos.
In 2013, YouTube let individual content owners sell subscriptions to their stuff, but it has done little to promote that option since then.
Women may not achieve equal footing in the global workplace for 81 years, a new report shows.
Both Facebook and the NSA, you see, have open sourced their software, meaning these tools are freely available to the world at large.
New poll says that 75 percent of Americans feel they are being roadblocked from rising living standards by housing costs and health care.
In this plane, everyone has a window seat. And yet there are no windows.
Will Apple Pay and Alipay tie the knot?
A staggering number of Americans residing abroad are tempted to give up their U.S. passports in the wake of tougher asset-disclosure rules.
Dunkin' Donuts plans to roll out a croissant-doughnut hybrid in the U.S. next week, but the company says please don't call it a "Cronut."
Some large U.S. retailers are refusing to use Apple's new electronic payments service as they commit to developing a rival payments system.
With the move, Nest, maker of the smart thermostat, has strengthened its position as a smart home leader.
Judge is expected to rule Nov. 7 on the city's plan.
The magazine's annual survey is seen as a key factor in influencing American cap shoppers.
One new death claim has been approved by a program that compensates victims of accidents caused by a faulty ignition switch in GM vehicles.
64 percent of millionaires are 'concerned' about economic inequality in America, and about half of those millionaires are 'extremely concerned.'
The company—one the country’s largest carriers, providing service for about 123 million subscribers—calls this a Unique Identifier Header, or UIDH.