Infiniti president Johan de Nysschen is leaving Infiniti for General Motors' Cadillac brand. At Cadillac, de Nysschen will be responsible for all aspects of Cadillac globally such as sales and brand development.
Looking to add another source of income besides your normal job? Make sure to not waste your time. For example, anyone can have a great idea, but it has to be a product or service that other people demand.
The American labor force is undergoing a fundamental shift as more people become freelancers, contract workers, and part-timers – bringing new flexibility but also new insecurities.
As marketers hasten to create campaigns that celebrate motherhood all year long, a couple companies are standing out for honoring dads ahead of their special day
Prom spending is expected to fall 14 percent among teenagers after two years of sharp increases, according to new survey. Less extravagant fashion trends and gloomy winter weather may help curb teens' spending on prom, traditionally a high-priced American rite-of-passage.
Bank of America was ordered by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to refund $727 million to consumers who were deceived by the bank's marketing of credit card payment protection programs, along with other fines. This makes Bank of America the fifth major credit card issuer to be fined for such behavior.
Passenger car manufacturers are hoping that a rule requiring rear-facing cameras on vehicles will eliminate the need for rearview mirrors.
As Taco Bell has launches its breakfast offerings and an ad campaign featuring real life Ronald McDonalds, one mom wonders if we can't we do better at making breakfast at home. She recruits a few real life Wendys to help make her case.
Apple’s success at avoiding corporate income taxes by shifting reported profits to other countries has frustrated US lawmakers for years. Now, Australia is saying that Apple is underpaying taxes in that country as well. Where should Apple report its income?