Rising beef prices might not mean the cost of a Whopper is going to skyrocket, but it could mean you’ll be encouraged to order a chicken sandwich.
The Home Depot Inc. says hackers stole 53 million email addresses in addition to the payment card data it previously disclosed.
Bubbles, little green army men and the Rubik’s Cube are the 2014 inductees to The Strong’s National Toy Hall of Fame.
Abbott Laboratories and Boeing Co. made the new Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Innovators report.
Navistar Inc.’s chief operating officer retired Thursday and the maker of trucks and engines announced a restructuring of its leadership team.
Archer Daniels Midland Co. announced Thursday that Juan R. Luciano will become chief executive officer of the agribusiness giant on Jan. 1.
Aramark, Kmart and Mount Zion Flat Glass account for two-thirds of the planned layoffs.
Bank of America says it is taking a $400 million charge to cover additional litigation costs and cut its results for the third quarter.
The U.S. stock market edged further into record territory Thursday as traders were encouraged by the latest corporate earnings.
Flight delays and cancelations rose in September, with some of the disruption caused by a fire that shut down an air traffic control center in Aurora.
U.S. airlines expect to carry 24.6 million passengers over the 12 days surrounding Thanksgiving, up 1.5 percent from last year.
The beefed-up versions of its popular Office software apps for iPhones and iPads is part of a push to stay relevant in an increasingly mobile world.
Amazon is introducing a voice-recognition service called Amazon Echo that comes with a speaker-like wireless device.
Shares of Chicago-based Orbitz Worldwide Inc. sank Thursday after the online travel company reported a disappointing third quarter.
Facebook is adding a button designed to make it easier for its users to donate to charities battling the Ebola.
The U.S. Postal Service will deliver packages on Sundays in major cities and high volume areas during the holiday season.
The Lake Forest drugmaker’s quarterly profit handily beat estimates as the company raised prices and sold more of its injectables. [Reuters]
U.S. workers’ productivity increased in the July-September period but at a slower pace than in the previous quarter.
The ad-supported network, called CBSN, launched Thursday and is available around the clock on Internet-connected TVs, mobile phones and other devices.
The Denver-based company said its earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.46 per share. Analysts were expecting $1.50 a share.
Perrigo expands its reach into Europe through a $3.1 billion acquisition of one of the continent’s biggest suppliers of non-prescription medicines.
Air bag maker Takata Corp. is taking more special losses for new recalls and will sink deeper into the red.
Athletico is acquiring a larger local rival, Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers, creating a chain with more than 330 locations. [Crain’s]
Fewer people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week, a sign that the job market should continue to improve.