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  • Fortune 500: Top 10 companies in 2013

    Fortune has released its annual list of the largest corporations in the United States, and there were a few notable changes in this year’s group. Here are the Top 10.

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  • McDonald's ketchup: Chain drops Heinz after 40 years (+video)

    McDonald's ketchup has been transitioning away from Heinz, and Heinz will be discontinued as the McDonald's ketchup even in the final holdout cities of Pittsburgh and Minneapolis.

  • Stocks slip as Federal Reserve keeps Wall Street guessing

    Stocks fell Tuesday as comments from a Federal Reserve official implied the Fed could start easing off its support for the economy soon. It was the latest volatile turn in stocks as investors try to figure out when the Fed will make a move.

  • Fortune 500: Top 10 companies in 2013

    Fortune has released its annual list of the largest corporations in the United States, and there were a few notable changes in this year’s group. Here are the Top 10.

  • Despite slowing growth, shareholders' faith in Warren Buffett holds strong

    At Berkshire Hathaway Inc's annual meeting, investors acknowledged the company's fastest-growing days have probably passed. But shareholders say they are still confident with Warren Buffett and his hand-picked management team at the helm.

  • $56 million golden parachute awaits Heinz CEO, if fired (+video)

    $56 million golden parachute? That's what awaits Heinz CEO William Johnson if he is fired by the company's new owners. In addition to the $56 million golden parachute, Johnson is entitled to a payout of $99.7 million in vested stock and $57 million in deferred compensation benefits that he accrued over his 30-year career with Heinz.

  • Warren Buffett's bad news: a $24 billion gain

    Warren Buffett's annual shareholders letter says Berkshire Hathaway's 14.4 percent gain trailed the S&P's performance. Despite the bad news, an optimistic Warren Buffet is searching for more acquisitions.

  • Stocks waver as Europe's economy slows

    Stocks ended roughly where they started Thursday as European economic woes eclipsed a promising US jobs report. After a strong start, stocks have drifted sideways over the previous week with few major events to sway investors.

  • Warren Buffett: Heinz ketchup company to be bought by Buffet firm (+video)

    Berkshire Hathaway is dipping into the ketchup business as part of a $23.3 billion deal to buy the Heinz ketchup company. Berkshire Hathaway, billionaire Warren Buffett's investment firm, teamed up with 3G Capital to buy Heinz in the food industry's largest deal ever. 

  • Burger King net income drops a whopping 83 percent

    Burger King said Monday that its third quarter net income dropped 83 percent. Much of the Burger King revenue hit came from the company selling company-owned stores to franchisees.

  • Burger King stock returns to the market

    Burger King returns to the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, two years after being taken private by owner 3G Capital. Only 16 percent of Burger King shares will be available for trading once the company returns to public life.