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OPEC meeting is set to be one of the most contentious since oil prices plummeted in 2008.
Federal safety regulators are demanding that Chrysler and Takata, maker of the exploding airbag, immediately step up efforts to recall cars nationwide.
Airlines are a notoriously difficult industry for investors, but these stocks have been soaring and that's unlikely to stop.
More retailers start their deals on Thanksgiving, but it's merely shifted some customers from Black Friday to Thursday.
China National Tobacco Corp. makes more than one-third of the world's cigarettes, and produces 43% of tobacco globally.
Air pollution costs Europe up to $235 billion a year -- roughly the GDP of Connecticut -- according to a new report.
Over four decades, we've cut air pollution by nearly 70%, while our economy has tripled in size.
high-end stores are experimenting with new technologies that offer retailers an eye into what customers are doing both inside and outside the store.
Wall St. stock pickers tend to be a very bullish bunch, but so far they sound timid about 2015.
London mayor Boris Johnson may be contemplating cutting up his U.S. passport after being presented with a hefty tax bill.