PepsiCo invents new Mountain Dew flavor that tastes exactly like chips.
Not to be outdone with the early promotional ads of several major U.S. retailers for the big Black Friday retail sale on November 27, Sears and sister store, Kmart, have jumped on the bandwagon, too.
Target Deals: Black Friday, or Store Close-out
At least 53 million customers' email addresses have been stolen by hackers from Home Depot, several reports said.
Forbes has released its latest list of the highest paid athletes in the past 12 months.
Floyd "Money" Mayweather has been ranked the highest paid athlete for the second time in three years.
Businessmen, students, and ordinary coffee lovers can now enjoy their favorite coffee and frappuccino without leaving their desks or homes as Starbucks revealed its plans of offering a delivery option soon.
The Apple CEO has openly and proudly admitted that he is gay and that his sexual preference has helped him lead Apple through what he termed as 'skin of rhinoceros."
Chrysler Group is recalling almost 400,000 of its Ram trucks for a potential fire hazard in its diesel fuel heaters. The company is also pulling out from the market nearly 200,000 of its Jeep and Dodge SUVs.
One week after its official release date, Apple Pay is already encountering rough sailing as a number of US retailers have disabled NFC readers in their stores thus effectively blocking Apple's mobile payment system as well.
Chestnut Praline Latte to make its way in Starbucks chains nationwide on November 12.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has ordered BMW to reduce gas mileage estimates on the window stickers on four of its 2014 Mini Cooper models after an audit discovered that the figures were overstated.
Apple saw its fourth-quarter net profit surged by more than 13 percent to $8.47 billion after the company sold over 39 million iPhones, beating its 33.8 million iPhone sales in the same period last year and predictions from analysts, the New York Times reported.
Apple has officially released Apple Pay on Monday, expecting to revolutionize the $4 trillion U.S. payment market. But with what happened to its predecessors, it looks like Apple Pay is in for a tough hurdle up ahead.
A third party facility authorized by General Motors Co. (GM) has approved 29 of 184 death claims as a result of the faulty ignition switches in its vehicles.