- Relatives win injunction stopping sales of Frida Kahlo Barbie doll"This Barbie doll is meant to honor Frida Kahlo's great legacy and story," Mattel said in a statement. "We followed the correct steps ... and look forward to the matter being resolved in court"
- Springsteen's "Born to Run" lyrics for saleAuction house expects handwritten manuscript of 1975 rock anthem to fetch as much as $300,000
- Plastic foam containers no longer welcome in this cityBusinesses will face fines for violating new law banning carryout containers made from plastic foam
- Trump tweet hits oil market, saying U.S. won't accept "artificially" high pricesWith drivers already feeling rising oil prices at the pump, here's what the president could do to ease the pain
- Facebook audit cleared social network despite Cambridge AnalyticaAn FTC settlement required Facebook to undergo audits of its privacy practices—but an audit of 2015-17 found no issues
- SunTrust Bank says information on 1.5 million customers may have been exposedAtlanta-based bank is offering free credit monitoring to all current and future customers.
- What a trade war could mean for your personal financesRising prices, higher interest rates and growing inflation could all make life more expensive
- Wells Fargo fined $1 billion for abusive consumer loansFinancial regulators say the bank pushed unwanted car insurance on customers and wrongly charged mortgage fees
- Reports: Wells Fargo to be fined $1 billion for abusesThe bank may be fined as early as Friday for charging unnecessary mortgage fees and selling unwanted car insurance
- Kushner Cos. subpoenaed by feds after filing false reportsWhile Jared Kushner ran the company, it had filed dozens of false documents about its New York buildings
- How to put your tax refund to good useEven though it was your money from the beginning, it feels great to get a refund check -- so don't blow it
- For millions, low-wage work really is a dead endWorkers in "low-quality" jobs are more likely to stop working than to find better positions, new research shows
- "Women are helping to shape this industry": Inside the push for more women, minorities in soaring marijuana industryMary Pryor and Gia Morón join CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss why women are spearheading the multibillion dollar cannabis sector
- Jamie Dimon: "I don't think I'm suited" to the presidencyHe has policy notes for President Trump, but that's as far as it goes for JP Morgan chief Jamie Dimon
- Mattel's CEO leaves after just 14 monthsMargo Georgiadis' turnaround attempt hasn't hit the mark, and she's being replaced by a company director
- New York's "Fearless Girl" moving to a new homeThe now-iconic statue will be relocated near the Stock Exchange, where the "Charging Bull" will also wind up
- Walmart may loosen employee dress codeNation's largest employer has recently taken steps to deflect criticism that it's hostile to workers
- What is "unconscious bias training," and does it work?Although Starbucks wants to make workers more aware of how they think, research suggests it's no panacea
- Black men arrested at Philly Starbucks break their silenceRashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, best friends since the fourth grade, were taken in handcuffs from the Starbucks in Philadelphia
- Key stocks slump despite tax-driven earnings boostCorporate earnings growth overall looks very strong, thanks to tax cuts, but investors are punishing any misses
Gov. Rick Scott Announces Senate RunFlorida Gov. Rick Scott formally announced his run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Bill Nelson.
Topless Protester Charges Bill CosbyA topless protester with "Women's Lives Matter" written on her body jumped a barricade and got within a few feet of Bill Cosby on Monday.
Best Party Beaches Around Tampa BayIt's illegal to drink alcohol on most of Tampa Bay's beaches - unless you know about these next six locations.