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Chrysler Group is recalling about 750,000 Jeep sport utility vehicles in the U.S. because the air bags can inflate without warning.
It will trim executive workforce 30% and sell or demolish offices in Southland.
As the federal government reduces military spending, aerospace giant Boeing Co. is continuing to shrink its footprint in Southern California.
Internet start-ups such as Meetup and Grubwithus facilitate dinners, bar-hopping, bowling or biking excursions so strangers with similar interests can hang out in the real world.
Not too long ago, friending someone involved more than just clicking a button on Facebook.
Time Warner Cable is seeing growth in its broadband Internet business but steady losses in TV viewers. So how is the company responding?
SAN FRANCISCO — Looking to expand its travel empire in a sluggish economy, Priceline.com plans to buy its younger, fleet-footed competitor Kayak Software in a $ 1.8-billion deal.
As if shopping on Amazon.com needed to get any more dangerous: The online retailer will now start selling wine in a dedicated section on its site, just in time for the holidays.
The average U.S. rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage was little changed this week, staying slightly above its record low. Cheaper mortgages are helping drive a modest housing recovery.
Activision Blizzard reports net income of $ 226 million, up 53% from a year earlier, as its ‘Skylanders’ and ‘Diablo’ video games sold well.
Activision Blizzard Inc., the largest U.S. video-game maker, posted third-quarter profit that beat analysts’ estimates on gains from its “Skylanders” and “Diablo” titles.
Wal-Mart Stores is kicking off its Black Friday promotions earlier than ever, as more stores open their doors for holiday deals on Thanksgiving.
Retail giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is kicking off its Black Friday deals earlier than ever, as more stores open their doors for holiday deals even before shoppers have polished off turkey dinners.