JPMorgan plans 8,000 layoffs this year as its mortgage and retail banking businesses shrink.
Taco Bell is readying for the launch of its national breakfast menu on March 27, with items such as the A.M. Crunchwrap designed to appeal to its fan base of younger men.
McDonald's is in the early stages of looking at whether it can make breakfast available later in the day.
EBay says it's sticking with PayPal, whether minority shareholder Carl Icahn likes it or not.
Eli Lilly is buying a privately held, poultry vaccine maker to strengthen its Elanco animal health subsidiary.
Men's Wearhouse is stepping up its pursuit of Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc., boosting the takeover offer for its rival by 10 percent to about $1.78 billion.
Minority shareholders of Swedish truck maker Scania say they are hesitant about Volkswagen's 6.7 billion-euro ($9.2 billion) offer to take over the rest of the company.
Netflix has reached a deal with Comcast to ensure that its TV shows and movies are streamed smoothly to households, the first deal the online video streaming service has reached with an Internet service provider.
The owners of Forward Movement Training Center in Meridian say several vehicles, a house and even a bank within their facility provide areas for training you can't get for hundreds of miles.
The man who appears poised to take over leadership of the United Auto Workers later this year says car companies' fears about the union's demise are unfounded.
A Spanish court has ruled that a man accused of being behind one of the world's biggest money laundering businesses can be extradited to the U.S. to face charges there.
Sales of existing U.S. homes plummeted in January to the worst pace in 18 months. Cold weather, limited supplies of homes on the market and higher buying costs held back purchases.
Mexico is on track to replace the Asian automotive giant, Japan, as the second-largest exporter of cars to the United States by the end of the year.
Just four years ago, deficits and debt were an explosive political combination, propelling Republicans to control of the House and fueling the budget fights that would ensue over the next three years. Today, they are an afterthought.
Fannie Mae posted net income of $6.5 billion from October through December, its eighth straight profitable quarter. Fannie will have repaid its full government bailout after paying its fourth-quarter dividend.