Home Depot's fiscal second-quarter net income surged 14 percent thanks to a rebound in its spring selling season.
Kale has crept out of salads and juicers into beauty products from niche and mainstream sellers.
McDonald's plans to start selling its packaged coffee at supermarkets nationally by early next year, a move intended to help raise the profile of the coffee sold at its U.S. restaurants.
The city-sponsored affordable housing project will provide 56 units, including 25 units reserved for veterans.
Two more defendants in the massive Crisp & Cole Associates real estate fraud case have been sentenced.
Unemployment rates rose in 30 U.S. states last month, even as employers in two-thirds of the states stepped up hiring. The trends reflect an increase in job-hunters nationwide as an improving economy has encouraged more people to seek work.
U.S. homebuilders are feeling more confident in their sales prospects headed into next year, a sign that home construction and sales of newly built homes may pick up after stalling this summer.
Google's IPO, a decade ago this week, launched the company on a trajectory that continues to reshape its business and much of the world in its orbit. And CEO Larry Page is determined to push even further.
China's government said Monday it has concluded Mercedes-Benz violated anti-monopoly law and charged excessive prices for parts, adding to a growing number of global automakers snared in an investigation of the industry.
Dollar General isn't about to be left out in the cold. The discounter is starting a bidding war for Family Dollar with an approximately $8.95 billion offer as it attempts to trump a Dollar Tree bid.
The labor strike that kept city buses off the roads for a month ended this weekend with the sides coming to agreement on a new three-year contract. Bus service will resume Tuesday morning, and all rides will be free until Sept. 1.
Europe appears on the brink of another recession. Islamic militants have seized Iraqi territory. Russian troops have massed on the Ukraine border, and the resulting sanctions are disrupting trade. An Ebola outbreak in Africa and Israel's war in Gaza are contributing to the gloom.
Golden Empire Transit District spokeswoman Gina Hayden said late Friday that negotiating teams have struck a tentative deal to end a labor strike that has kept city buses off roadways since July 15.
Hoping to keep film production in California, lawmakers have moved to quadruple tax subsidies for location shoots.
California regulators approved a nearly $2.4 billion rate hike for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers that will see the typical customer's monthly bill increase by $7.50 starting in the fall and then even more in 2015 and again in 2016.