Facebook's Latest News Feed Tweak Gets PersonalFacebook has once again changed the formula used to decide what users see on their news feed - and it's getting personal.
Beyond Fast Food: New Franchising Ideas Draw EntrepreneursSmall franchises beyond restaurant groups and retailers are attracting entrepreneurs who want something different and see greater opportunities with lesser-known companies.
Royal Caribbean Planning New Terminal At PortMiamiRoyal Caribbean Cruises and Miami-Dade are partnering to build a brand new terminal that will bring some of the world's biggest cruise ships to Miami.
First U.S. Hotel Opens In Cuba Since 1959 RevolutionA US hotel has opened its doors in Cuba for the first time since the Cuban Revolution swept Fidel Castro into power in 1959 - a milestone in a country that once rejected all things from the United States.
Pepsi Reintroducing Aspartame In Some DrinksPepsi is putting aspartame back into some of its diet drinks less than a year after pulling the artificial sweetener from its products over safety concerns.
Markets Tumbled On UK Vote To Exit EU Britain's decision to drop out of the European Union has reverberated in stock markets around the globe.
Nespresso To Be First To Bring Cuban Coffee Back To U.S.Nespresso is bringing back Cuban coffee to the U.S. for the first time in 50 years.
Home Depot: US Credit Card Firms Slow To Upgrade SecurityCredit card company Visa and Mastercard are using security measures prone to fraud putting retailers and customers at risk, said Home Depot in a federal lawsuit.
FDA Warns Whole Foods Over Unsanitary ConditionsThe FDA issued a warning letter to Whole Foods over unsanitary conditions in a Massachusetts kitchen.
Apple Rolls Out Its Next Big Software ImprovementsApple rolled out its new software features for its smartwatch and its streaming TV device after a moment of silence for the victims in the Orlando massacre.
Apple's Next Big Challenge: Making Siri SmarterAmid growing competition, Apple's next challenge may be to make Siri smarter.
Tesla To Release Lower-Priced Versions Of Model S Car Automaker Tesla will start selling a cheaper version of its Model S car in an effort to make their vehicles more affordable, the company said Thursday.