YouTuber and blogger Doug Demuro has his car wits tested by Jay Leno as he tries to identify classic vehicles from Jay’s garage. Jay Leno’s Garage returns June 28 | WED 9P ET. » Read More
Reports of a potential takeover send shares of Abercrombie & Fitch skyrocketing.
Time Inc announced Wednesday that it would be selling some of its titles to help its financial situation, sending shares tumbling in afternoon trading.
Uber’s food vertical is soaring, thanks to a global network and brand recognition.
Whole Foods Market has been struggling to turn around its business, as sales continue to decline.
Todd Juenger estimates tens of millions of consumers don't want sports content, and streaming TV may allow them to skip the sports network.
Andrew Left, Citron Research activist and short seller, discusses sticking with his short position in Wayfair, which is near record high.
Deutsche Bank lowered its rating for Viacom to sell from hold, on the risk cable companies may drop its networks on popular packages.
It seems McDonald's foray into fresh, never frozen beef hasn't hurt Wendy's.
In an interview with the Chicago Tribune, Sears CEO Eddie Lampert spoke about the retailer's latest turnaround efforts.
Shares of Fossil tumble more than 20 percent Wednesday, following the retailer's disappointing earnings report.
Wall Street is disappointed with Yelp's outlook for the rest of 2017.
Pret A Manger's owner is considering an initial public offering in the United States, according to Bloomberg.
This news comes at a time when e-commerce giant Amazon has been investing more in its AmazonFresh business.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about Disney's mixed quarter and the future of ESPN and the cable bundle.
Surprisingly, J.D. Power's annual survey of travelers finds airline satisfaction at a record high.
Apple has acquired a sleep-tracking startup called Beddit.
A push into European markets is on the horizon for Wingstop, but the expansion may not come without pain.
European markets moved lower Wednesday as investors focused on the latest batch of corporate earnings.
U.S. burger chain Wendy's reported a 12 percent drop in profit, hurt by higher labor costs and lower revenue due to fewer company-owned restaurants.
Ken Auletta, The New Yorker, shares his thoughts on Disney's mixed quarter, ESPN's future, and the future of the cable bundle.