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.
Lauren's List: Making The Most Of Your LinkedIn ProfileIn today's "Lauren's List", we're looking at how to make the most of social media.
Florida Consumer Confidence Dips To 18 Month LowFloridians are looking to the future with a skeptical eye.
Lauren's List: What "Not" To Share On Social MediaWe're all probably guilty of sharing just a little too much on social media.
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.
Kellogg's Recalls Snacks Over Traces Of PeanutsKellogg is the latest company to recall some of its snacks because they may contain traces of peanuts.
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.
US Airlines Chosen For Scheduled Flights To CubaU.S. Airlines will now be able to start the first scheduled flights to Cuba in more than five decades.
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.
Study: Miami Rent Among The Nation's Least AffordableMiami rent remains among the nation's least affordable, according to a new study.