• In this Oct. 5, 2015 photo, Allen Walton, owner of the surveillance equipment company SpyGuy Security, poses for a photo as he conducts online business at a coffee shop in Dallas. As more people receive new chip credit cards designed to thwart thieves, the fraudsters who use cards to steal from stores are expected to switch to e-commerce. Walton realizes SpyGuy could be a target as it grows and online fraud increases. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

    Expect more online fraud as new credit cards arrive

    NEW YORK (AP) — The new chip credit cards that shoppers are getting in their mailboxes may prevent criminals from stealing from stores, but many thieves are expected to move their operations online. Small businesses could be the most vulnerable.

  • Proposed NFL stadium in St. Louis secures naming rights deal

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The proposed riverfront stadium in St. Louis has a naming rights deal worth $158 million that hinges on the city having an NFL team when the facility opens.

  • VW elects Poetsch as chairman of board of directors

    WOLFSBURG, Germany (AP) — Volkswagen has elected Chief Financial Officer Hans Dieter Poetsch to chair its board of directors, a move that comes amid a scandal over emission-test rigging that’s roiling the German automaker.

  • The Oct. 5, 2015 photo shows a man sitting on a bench in front of the Volkswagen factories in Wolfsburg, northern Germany. For Volkswagen, the cost of its cheating on emissions tests in the U.S. is likely to run into the tens of billions of dollars and prematurely end its long-sought status as the world's biggest carmaker.  (Julian Stratenschulte/dpa via AP)

    VW chief warns workers of ‘pain’ to come because of scandal

    WOLFSBURG, Germany (AP) — Volkswagen’s new CEO has told more than 20,000 workers that overcoming its emissions-rigging scandal will “not happen without pain” and that the company will have to review its investment plans.

  • Microsoft vice president for Surface Computing Panos Panay talks about the new Surface Pro 4 tablet during a presentation, in New York, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. The Surface Pro 4 tablet is faster and thinner than before, yet it comes with a slightly larger screen at 12.3 inches. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

    Competition for Microsoft lineup, which targets high end

    NEW YORK (AP) — The success of Microsoft’s fall lineup of devices will ride on the company’s ability to convince people who got free Windows 10 software upgrades this summer to spring for new devices — specifically, Windows devices.

  • In this March 14, 2014 file photo, assembly line workers build a 2015 Chrysler 200 automobile at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Sterling Heights, Mich. The United Auto Workers union is threatening to go on strike against Fiat Chrysler after its membership rejected a tentative contract deal with the company. In a Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015 statement, Fiat Chrysler said that it received a strike notice from the union, and that it continues to work toward reaching an agreement. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

    UAW threatens strike in contract talks with Fiat Chrysler

    DETROIT (AP) — The United Auto Workers union is threatening to go on strike against Fiat Chrysler after its membership rejected a tentative contract deal with the company.

  • This photo provided by NBC shows, Jay Leno, center, in season one of "Jay Leno's Garage," in Los Angeles. The new show debuts Wed., Oct. 7, 2015, at 10 p.m. ET on CNBC. (Vivian Zink/NBC via AP))

    ‘Jay Leno’s Garage’ rolls into prime-time on CNBC

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Jay Leno says it’s been easy to lure Francis Ford Coppola, Laurence Fishburne and other famous folks to his new car-centric TV show.