Shares in HSBC fell by nearly six percent in London trading before posting a slight recovery.
The company's overall score registered a bigger year-over-year increase than any other online retailer in 2013, according to a survey of tens of thousands of consumers conducted by the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
If approved, the merger will combine the two biggest cable companies in the US.
U.S. lawmakers are in central Florida trying to speed the process of turning unused NASA facilities into job-creating private businesses.
Business has not been good for the Japanese gaming company lately.
Nintendo spooked investors, and it showed in Monday trading.
Google is making another big bet on hardware.
JPMorgan earns $5.3 billion despite legal woes.
From Texas to Tokyo, Bushland native Libby Lane is making her mark on the fashion world.
The Underwood Law Firm will receive the "Texas Treasure Business" Award.
Tom Pauken, waging a longshot bid to be the GOP nominee for Texas governor, attacked front-runner Greg Abbott Thursday for joining forces with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to block a proposed airline merger.
US prosecutors accuse Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout of conspiring to conceal more than $500-million in losses related to the bank's ill-fated "London Whale" trade.
Apple stock is at its highest since January.
And by the end of 2014 China will surpass Canada to become the second largest market after the US.
Study finds business travel is more stressful than first thought.
Canadian chain Hudson's Bay company has agreed to buy retailer Saks Incorporated in an all-cash deal.
The movie rental debate still rages between streaming movies online, and renting hard copies