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Credit Suisse upgrades Nordstrom and Burlington to outperform.
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The SEC says GM did not properly assess the potential impact on its financial statements of a defective ignition switch.
McDonald's is not immune to the restaurant industry's December slump. A franchisee survey sees same-store sales down in Q4.
What if we could finally end the madness that is traffic? The co-founders of Lyft have an idea.
Around 450 jobs will be returned to the U.S. as GM transfers back production of axles from a plant in Mexico, NBC News reports.
The world's largest retailer is partnering with key innovators in the U.S. and China.
The company said comparable sales declined 1.3 percent in the November-December period.
The new Adidas CEO told CNBC on Wednesday he remained undeterred by rhetoric regarding the new U.S. administration.
Umi Kitchen, helmed by the daughter of the Shake Shack founder, is rethinking.
The parent of Chuck E. Cheese has begun preparations for an initial public offering (IPO) that could value the U.S. restaurant chain at more than $1 billion.
Japanese auto parts maker Takata took a major step toward putting its airbag scandal behind it on Friday, the NYT reports.
The system will specifically help self-driving cars navigate reversible lanes (or lanes that can go both ways). Recode reports.
The company is expected to report $2.47 billion revenue for the quarter ending in December 2016, a 35 percent year-over-year increase.
Another prominent critic of a "border adjustment tax" emerged on Tuesday: the president of the New York Federal Reserve.
Tiffany's Fifth Avenue store lost a big chunk of its holiday sales, thanks to postelection ruckus.
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