Gun stores surrounding Ferguson have seen a spike in sales. Citizens fear more protests in the near future.
Takata, one of the largest manufacturers of airbags, is recalling 8 million of the safety devices because they can explode and send shrapnel flying at drivers.
ThyssenKrupp, Germany's largest steelmaker, reported the first annual profit in four years after selling a U.S. plant that was part of the 203-year-old company's worst investment.
The minivan has a reputation for safety, but that might change after a recent round of IIHS crash tests.
From humble beginnings in the Wild West, to free haircuts in the modern age... what you don't know about one of the nation's oldest retailers.
JetBlue joined the ranks of other airlines by announcing plans to cut legroom and charge baggage fees.
Jamie Dimon led JPMorgan Chase through the credit crisis without losing money for a single quarter. But a $6 billion trading screw-up in 2012 forced this hero of Wall Street to defend his leadership.
The family of the late Bob Marley has lent his name to a brand of marijuana to be sold legally in countries around the world starting in 2015.
Private equity firm Privateer Holdings is releasing a brand of marijuana that is backed by a familiar face, Bob Marley. CEO Brendan Kennedy talks to Maggie Lake about Marley Naturals.