Dunkin' Donuts wants to open 9,000 new stores.
The changes to the new tax law are complex, and difficult even for experts to unpack. But some of the plan's provisions are straightforward enough for simple "yes" or "no" answers.
Eric Schmidt is stepping aside as executive chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google.
Retailers are trying to figure out whether subscriptions are the way of the future or just a fad.
Trump SoHo is officially no more.
Even fewer women will be leading America's largest companies into the new year.
Aetna says it will try to fight the opioid crisis by waiving anti-overdose drug co-pays and limiting first-time opioid prescriptions.
Chipotle really wants you to try its queso.
The fallout from American Airlines' pilot scheduling glitch could cost the company $10 million.
Signet Jewelers is being investigated by federal and state agencies over its lending practices.