Wall Street Journal
Burger King announced Sunday that it is in talks to buy Tim Hortons and form a new publicly listed company that would be based in Canada.
Much of the talk following Republican David Jolly’s win in the special election for Congressional District 13 has been the campaign was a victory over Obamacare and a sign of a Republican landslide in November.
If a happy wife does indeed make a happy life, then University of Texas fans hoping Nick Saban will come to Austin should start looking for other coaches.
A staggering new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showed a plurality of the country was fine with the country crashing through the national debt ceiling.
This week could finally bring a merger between American Airlines and US Airways, sources familiar with the negotiations say.
How much would you pay for a pair of tennis shoes? American consumers have been willing to shell out up to $250, but how about $315? That’s the price tag attached to a new LeBron James shoe from Nike.
Imagine your toddler friending you on Facebook. If the company goes through with a new plan, anyone under the age of 13 will be able to set up a Facebook account, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Bank of America is planning major changes to take more of your money per month unless you agree to do more business with the company, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Carol Bartz was fired Tuesday as Yahoo Inc.’s CEO nearly three years into a tenure in which the company fell short of the turnaround she was charged with leading.