Public Schools Decide to Stay Closed WednesdayIt looks like you'll need to find a few more indoor activities over the next few days.
Warm Weather Leaves Stores in the ColdThe unseasonably warm weather has left some people feeling cold about holiday shopping.
Sweet Leaf Tea Company Issues Recall of Glass BottlesThe Sweet Leaf Tea Company is voluntarily recalling teas in 16 ounce glass bottles.
Report: Average Price Of Top 20 Expected Toys Is $64.99The Super Bowl of shopping had an early start again this year, but the game isn't over yet.
American Airlines Changing Frequent Flier ProgramAmerican Airlines is changing its frequent flier program, becoming the latest carrier to have passengers earn miles based on how much they spend rather than how far they fly.
Wal-Mart Syncs Black Friday Deals Online and In StoresWal-Mart Stores says it is offering most of the same Black Friday "doorbuster" deals online and in stores for the first time.
Patchwork of Laws Poses Legal Quicksand for Fantasy SportsThe daily fantasy sports betting sites FanDuel and DraftKings could have more legal headaches yet to come.
Oprah Paying $43.2M for Weight Watchers Stake, Joining BoardOprah Winfrey is paying about $43.2 million for a 10 percent stake in Weight Watchers and is joining the weight management company's board.
JetBlue Looks To Become First US Airline To Offer Free Wi-Fi On Every PlaneJetBlue is looking to become the first American airline to offer free Wi-Fi to passengers on every plane.
Kia Recalls 377,000 SUVs to Fix Shift Lever ProblemKia is recalling more than 377,000 Sorento SUVs because the transmission can be shifted out of park when the driver's foot isn't on the brake.
Complaint: Quicken Loans Overly Restricts Employees' Free SpeechMortgage giant Quicken Loans overly restricts employees' free speech and should rewrite its rules for workers and educate employees about their rights, according to a National Labor Relations Board complaint.
Report: Ousted United Airlines CEO To Receive $21 Million, Free Lifetime Flights In Severance PackageThe Washington Post reports that Smisek will receive $21 million in cash and stock, fly free on United for the rest of his life -- as well as his companions, and keep his company car.