By accepting Anheuser-Busch InBev's buyout offer, the Long Island-based craft brewery showed why big brewers still love beers that more discriminating drinkers have outgrown.
Worldwide Olympic Partners including Coca-Cola, McDonald's and Dow pay $100 billion to be Olympic sponsors. Their investment looks a little less safe when the Olympic Committee they're paying picks a site with Russia's problems.
St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke bought 60 acres in NFL-deprived Los Angeles on Super Bowl weekend. With the Rams seeking $700 million in stadium upgrades and their host city tapped out, Kroenke's buy looks more like blackmail.
NBC has been spreading its Olympics coverage through its universe of channels for years. In Sochi, however, the options are broader than ever -- to the benefit of the network's parent company.
The Facebook news feed only gives users the illusion of control. In reality, it's a depressing quagmire of shouty viral stories that drowns out your friends and family, chokes the content you're looking for and unravels the reason you created a profile.
Hard cider has growing sales and a presence that's expanding at beer and wine's expense. A handful of brands are looking to change the game and the tap list with even more growth in 2014.
A report finds that young American workers are far more interested in saving money and shielding themselves from the mistakes of older generations than in chasing the market.
When the snow is falling and nobody's buying, dealers and automakers get the urge to drop prices. Having a few models with futures in flux tends to make automakers tamp down costs as well.
The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos hail from great brewing states where craft beer has been a staple for more than 30 years. No need to compete when there's room for everybody at their Super Bowl party.
The Microsoft founder and Starbucks CEO sit on opposite ends of the city's sports spectrum as it prepares for the big game. Fans remember who played big in the clutch and who fumbled their team away.