Green Mountain Coffee’s new Vue

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has unveiled a new brewing system to build on the popularity of its K-cup line, which may face competition after two key patents expire in September.

Still fighting over GM’s bailout

The debate over the 2009 federal bailout of the U.S. auto industry heated up this week, as General Motors reported a record profit.

Nasdaq hits decade high; stocks close up 1%

U.S. stocks closed more than 1% higher Thursday as positive domestic economic data comforted investors nervous about Greece’s ability to secure a second bailout.

Santorum’s charitable donations lag rivals

White House hopeful Rick Santorum lags behind both his 2012 competitors and wealthy Americans in general when it comes to charitable giving, according to tax documents.

Is China faking its economic growth?

Influential short-seller Jim Chanos is still on a China rampage.

IRS: Beware of ‘dirty dozen’ tax scams

As the tax season kicks off this year, the IRS is keeping an eye out for scam artists who steal identities, lie about charitable donations and hide income in offshore accounts, among other abuses.

Debt collectors, credit agencies get new scrutiny

For the first time in history, debt collectors — the guys who hound you over unpaid bills — are about to get a tough federal regulator scouring their own books.

How the iPhone 4S boosted Kindle Fire sales

Amazon set out to win the tablet market by beating Apple the way no one else could: pricing the Kindle Fire at just $199.

The making of the Lucas Oil empire

Forrest Lucas, 70, is widely known for his sponsorship of the Indianapolis Colts’ Lucas Oil Stadium (home of the 2012 Super Bowl). But few fans know of his journey from long-haul trucker to oil-products producer to race team sponsor. In 1989 he launched Lucas Oil Products, which now sells nearly 200 items in 27 countries. Though Lucas won’t reveal his private company’s sales or profits, revenue is reportedly around $150 million. He recently sat down with Fortune to share his story.

The market rally is getting very very sleepy

Stocks had one of their worst days of the year Wednesday as Greece reminded everyone that it is still Greece. The Dow narrowly steered clear of its first triple-digit point drop since December 28.