Apple continues to rake in profits while losing market share, as Samsung does to it what Microsoft did to it 20 years ago.
Anyone who thinks a government takeover would've 'fixed' America's big banks should look at Lloyd's Banking Group.
Wal-Mart may have just gotten too big to grow fast.
Standard Oil was built by controlling downstream operations with capital and then taking over busted producers. Exxon-Mobil is now in position to repeat that history.
Today Janet Yellen is learning the difference between being the Fed's No. 2 and putative No. 1.
Sluggish growth remains. It's time to try something else.
Bill Gates is betting a biofuels catalyst can turn KiOR into a reliable, low-cost provider of oil to refineries.
Starbucks must pay more than $2.7 billion to control its own grocery business.
There remain people who consider money a store of value, when in fact it's a medium of exchange. For these people, there's gold -- or Bitcoin.
It's a crazy idea, but Jeff Bezos buying The Washington Post was also a crazy idea.