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Best Buy is searching for ways to reintroduce its brand in China after its first foray into the market ended in failure.
Microsoft scores a notable victory in the smartphone patent wars, persuading Samsung to pay it royalties for every handset the South Korean company sells that runs on Google's Android.
Ninety years after it began drilling in Texas, Chevron's reserves growth relies more on improved extraction technology.
New operating systems for the domestic Chinese smartphone market don't pose a serious threat to Google Android.
The fabled Hollywood studio lot where 'Citizen Kane,' 'King Kong,' and 'Gone With The Wind,' came to life, is being sold.
Freddie Mac used flawed procedures for determining how lenders repurchased soured loans, probably saddling taxpayers with billions of dollars in losses, a federal audit says.
The global sneaker kings are outpacing many corporate peers in a tough environment, but don't expect a sprint from here.
US states are in a bidding war over tax breaks to lure hiring companies, but critics are debating the merits of these incentives.
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan's CEO, launches a tirade at Mark Carney, Bank of Canada governor, in a closed-door meeting in front of more than two dozen bankers and finance officials.
A Groupon filing cuts in half the company's sales, while COO Margo Georgiadis returns to Google.