Even as TV watchers increasingly go online, AT&T has become the country's biggest traditional TV provider with its $48.5 billion purchase of DirecTV.
It’s official: Amazon is bigger than Wal-Mart.
Investors have been second-guessing the strength of company results this week and they found more reasons to do so on Thursday.
McDonald’s is looking at variety of changes to win back customers in the U.S.: A new value message to replace the Dollar Menu, breakfast all day, and nips and tucks to improve the taste of its burgers.
The Ameren Corp. nuclear power plant in central Missouri was shut down for the second time in eight months Thursday after a "non-emergency" leak was found in the reaction control system.
Coca-Cola says sales of Diet Coke are still sliding as people continue gravitating toward foods they feel are fresh.
U.S. stocks notched their second decline in as many days Wednesday, pulled down by a technology stock slump headlined by Apple and Microsoft.
Businesses big and small would get to keep claiming dozens of tax breaks that expired at the start of the year under a bill that overwhelmingly passed the Senate Finance Committee Tuesday.
The U.S. government says identity theft protection company LifeLock is misleading consumers about the level of protection it provides, violating a $12 million settlement with regulators and 35 states.
The number of global fliers is expected to more than double in the next two decades.
U.S. businesses’ outlook on sales in the coming months has darkened after sales growth slowed in the second quarter, according to a survey.
Citigroup will refund $700 million to consumers and will pay $70 million in fines for illegal and deceptive credit card practices, the bank and federal regulators said Tuesday.
Disappointing earnings from several big U.S. companies put investors in a selling mood Tuesday, giving the stock market its first broad decline in four days.
Federal regulators are directing the eight biggest U.S. banks to hold capital at levels above industry requirements to cushion against unexpected losses and reduce the chances of future taxpayer bailouts.
Five years after the Obama administration promised to move swiftly to permanently plug unused oil and gas wells in the Gulf of Mexico, even more shafts are lingering for longer periods with only temporary sealing, an investigation by The Associated Press shows.
An April 12 fire that could have fueled disaster for a downtown Jefferson City gift shop ended up offering the business an opportunity for growth.
Panera Bread plans to move its Jefferson City location within the next year or so — but only a few doors down.
Jefferson City’s Food Code requires food-service establishments be inspected at least once every six months.
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