DETROIT — Chevrolet is launching a sort of virtual auto show as part of a new online link that allows consumers to shop for a Chevrolet vehicle.

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MINNEAPOLIS — Construction firms across the U.S. are bracing for a solemn 2021 as demand wanes and projects are postponed or canceled as clien…

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CHICAGO — Family Video, the suburban Chicago-based video rental chain that outlasted Blockbuster, VHS tapes and the “be kind rewind” mantra, i…

A new year, another vaccine, more stimulus, and a familiar — if frustrating — reminder of the pandemic economy greets investors this week.

MINNEAPOLIS — During the Black Friday to Cyber Monday weekend two years ago, about 8,000 people for the first time used Sezzle Inc.’s payment …

Going bankrupt is expensive — especially for small businesses. As the pandemic intensified, even companies with enough cash to try to reorgani…

Apple Inc. lost its copyright claims against a Florida company that makes “virtual iPhones” used by security researchers to test for vulnerabi…

Retailers and shipping companies struggled to get shoppers’ holiday gifts delivered on time. Now, they’re gearing up for what’s expected to be…

Apple and Tesla could soon be competitors in the driverless car business, but they could have ended up on the same team.

DETROIT — About half of General Motors’ 1,900 GMC dealers in the United States have agreed to invest up to $140,000 to sell the 2022 Hummer al…

The stocks owned by millions of investors will change in the week ahead without those investors buying or selling anything.

NEW YORK — The Justice Department announced last week a $488 million payout to victims of Bernie Madoff’s historic Ponzi scheme, bringing the …

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In a year when consumers have turned to online shopping more than ever, holiday purchases for delivery are already starting to test the shippi…

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The U.S. meat industry wants its workers early in line for the COVID-19 vaccine, once health care employees and those in long-term care facili…