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Kraft Foods has agreed to merge with Heinz, creating the third-largest food and beverage company in North America and the fifth largest in the world.
TheStreet reporter Jennifer Van Grove reveals what we can expect Facebook to announce at its annual F8 Developer Conference this week.
Google announced Tuesday that Ruth Porat, chief financial officer at Morgan Stanley, will join its management team as CFO.
Social activist groups are becoming more effective at enacting corporate change, some with newer tactics like shareholder resolutions.
Tesla Motors' attempt to end range anxiety last week were successful in easing consumers' concerns, according to a poll from TheStreet.
Colombia's strengthened relationship with the United States is having an impact on trade, tourism and investment in the country as Colombia enters the third year of its free-trade agreement.
The first round of the NCAA tournament was all about upsets -- from 14-seed Georgia State narrowly beating 3-seed Baylor to 14-seed University of Alabama-Birmingham edging out 3-seed Iowa State.
With shares of Tesla off about 30% from its highs of last summer and analysts still divided on the stock, some activism could get the company on track.
With mixed action among protein prices amid increased demand for protein around the world, RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace details how beef, pork and chicken prices are impacting restaurant stocks.
General Mills reported better-than-expected fiscal third quarter earnings on Wednesday with revenue that came in line with estimates.