Fiat Chrysler must offer to buy back from customers hundreds of thousands of Ram pickups and other vehicles in the biggest such action in U.S. history.
Thirteen of America's largest companies have pledged $140 billion toward efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Consumers are increasingly stocking up on school essentials throughout the year, reducing the back-to-school shopping's importance to retailers.
A new study finds that major auto insurance companies are penalizing widows, divorcees and other single women with higher rates.
Fiat-Chrysler was issued a record fine for past practices around faulty parts and poorly executed recalls.
Police in Beijing have busted a factory that produced more than 41,000 fake iPhones worth as much as $19 million.
It's against the law to sell a car with an open safety recall, but it's not against the law to rent you one. TODAY's Jeff Rossen has the details.
Rapper 50 Cent must pay an additional $2 million in punitive damages to a woman featured in a sex tape posted online, a jury has decided.
Eighteen states and Puerto Rico will have so-called sales tax holidays this year, but if you plan to save be sure to read the fine print.
The kind of convenience that made Uber a hit on the road is spreading to all kinds of on-demand services.