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Uber confirmed his decision to Recode.
For the second quarter in a row, Starbucks' same-store sales failed to meet Wall Street expectations, sending shares down more than 4 percent in aftermarket trading Thursday.
Analysts raised key questions about the health of the company's brand during Under Armour's conference call Thursday morning.
The Koi Group's general counsel said business in Trump's Soho hotel declined since the election, Grub Street reports.
Klaus Grohmann, head of the automation subsidiary known as Grohmann Engineering before its acquisition by Tesla, was ousted after disagreeing with Musk.
Shares of Whole Foods Market rose 2 percent after mutual-fund manager Neuberger Berman told the company to explore a sale.
Domino's isn't worried about losing its delivery drivers to competitors like Panera.
The women's jeans are titled "Clear Plastic Straight Leg Jeans."
GrubHub reported a 26 percent increase in "active diners," showing a surge in new customers.
The sweat-stained shirt was never actually for sale, but was listed as "sold out" with one five-star review.
Although Under Armour posted its first-ever loss, it was not nearly as bad as some had feared, sending shares up sharply.
Mercedes-Benz says authorities may investigate their vehicles for emissions violations, NBC News reports.
Xcel Brands has developed a model that slashes the amount of time it takes an item to go from the sketch pad to the selling floor.
Ford earnings and revenues beat analyst expectations on Thursday.
At the APOS summit in Indonesia, global media players discussed the keys to breaking into the Asia Pacific market.
Grossman will start her new job as president and CEO for the weight-loss brand in July.
As cars increasingly become another "thing" in the internet of things, an ocean of data will inundate companies.
Retailers from J.C. Penney to Target had been extremely vocal about the impact a border adjustment tax would have on their business.
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