"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will land in theaters on Dec. 15, just in time for the holidays.
President Trump's move to overhaul NAFTA could end up hurting workers in states that heavily supported him.
U.S. wireless carrier Sprint said on Monday it would buy 33 percent of Tidal, a music streaming service owned by rapper Jay Z.
Trip Chowdhry of Global Equities Research said speculative traders who decide to play the IPO should get out in the first hour.
Netflix decided to that President Donald Trump's inauguration was a good time to reveal when its political drama would return.
The "Fast Money" traders debated which media stocks are the best bet ahead of Netflix earnings Wednesday.
The Scottsdale auctions hauled in their second-highest total ever, setting the tone for the collectible car market this year.
McDonald's turnaround efforts started to show results, especially in markets outside the U.S.
Car camouflage may conjure images of soldiers on a far away battlefield, actually provide cover for prototype cars on test drives.
The dress was designed by Ralph Lauren.
For Kellyanne Conway, it's a red, white and blue day.
While restaurants have struggled in the last year to keep sales positive, one sector is thriving: steakhouses.
Like Amazon, traditional retailers are trying to figure out ways to speed up the checkout process.
Global consulting firm Deloitte has some soothing news for those worried about the economic fallout in Asia from possible trade war.
Panasonic aims to extend its partnership with electric car maker Tesla Motors beyond batteries and into self-driving technology.
Costco Wholesale will pay $11.75 million to resolve claims that some of its pharmacies filled improper or incomplete prescriptions for controlled substances
Target on Thursday promoted Rick Gomez to chief marketing officer, placing him in charge of the company's brand positioning and marketing.
Goldman Sachs forecasts Costco fiscal 2017 earnings per share of $6.15, which is above the Wall Street consensus of $5.89.
Walgreens settles U.S. lawsuit that accuses company of incentivizing the fulfillment of government healthcare prescriptions.
President-elect Donald Trump has no plans to cut back on his use of Twitter despite the disapproval of the majority of Americans.
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