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Pfizer Inc. will begin selling its popular erectile dysfunction pill Viagra to patients on its website, in an unusual move to combat counterfeit drugs.
NEW YORK -- New York state's attorney general plans to sue Wells Fargo and Bank of America over alleged violations of a national mortgage settlement reached last year.
WASHINGTON -- Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said he sees the economy slowly improving and hailed Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke as "gutsy" for the actions the central bank has taken to boost growth.
As part of its effort to create a new corporate identity, Turkish Airlines has banned red, dark pink and other loud colors of lipstick and nail polish worn by its flight crew.
Frontier Airlines announced that this summer it will become the third U.S.-based airline to charge passengers a fee to bring carry-on bags into the cabin. Spirit Airlines and Allegiant Air already impose a carry-on fee.
President Obama recently groused that no U.S. airport ranked among the world’s top 25 airports.
Ellen DeGeneres’ on-again, off-again love affair with her equestrian spread in the Hidden Valley area of Thousand Oaks would seem to be on again if you caught the recent Elle Décor article featuring the ranch retreat.
Things are starting to get personal in the battle between hedge fund manager Bill Ackman and Herbalife Ltd., the Los Angeles nutritional products company he’s accused of operating a long-running pyramid scheme.
After a three-week closure to complete safety work, the popular Space Mountain attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim is expected to reopen this weekend.
With a wingspan the size of a Boeing Co. 747 jumbo jet, a spindly solar-powered aircraft took to the skies from Moffett Federal Airfield, near San Francisco, on a pioneering flight across the country.
The annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting kicks off this weekend in Omaha, Neb. Thousands of the conglomerate’s shareholders will make the sojourn to the Cornhusker State, where they are expected to discuss the company’s succession plan and future capital allocation.
Occidental Petroleum Chairman Ray Irani has withdrawn as a nominee to serve a new term on the oil and gas producer’s board, and was absent from Friday’s shareholder meeting in Santa Monica.
Quirky grocery chain Trader Joe’s is dealing this week with some concern over its products, including a public statement from a major advocacy group criticizing the presence of antibiotics in meat and a lawsuit from the state of California alleging undisclosed lead content in candies.
NEW YORK -- It’s only a few days into May, but already investors have seen one surprise after another, as the Dow Jones industrial average passed 15,000 for the first time Friday on the strength of a better-than-expected jobs report...
Try as I may, I just can't figure out Twitter.
A lightning-quick experimental aircraft made history when it sped more than 3,000 mph above the Pacific Ocean in a test flight, reigniting decades-long efforts to develop a vehicle that could travel faster than a speeding bullet.
A new federal report has found that the nation's honeybee decline, which threatens up to $30 billion worth of agriculture production, is being caused by several factors, including disease, parasites and poor genetics.
WASHINGTON -- Economists and investors breathed a sigh of relief Friday as the government reported better-than-expected job growth in April and boosted hiring figures for the previous two months.
Nestle USA has voluntarily recalled some of its California Pizza Kitchen and DiGiorno frozen pizzas after the products were found to contain clear plastic pieces, the company said.
Contrary to popular perception, not all Asian Americans are basking in financial security and working high-income jobs after years of intensive schooling.