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New models of these SUVs are most equipped for emergencies, U.S. News & World Report.
A supermarket deal could be one of the largest take-privates since the financial crisis, Financial Times reports.
Move over, cronuts. The latest cross-bred baked good is brought to you by Walmart, Eater reports.
Tesla will double the number of Supercharger stations in 2017, to expand the reach of its network and to shorten lines at existing stations.
The battle between Buffalo Wild Wings and Marcato Capital Management continues.
The justices declined to review a 2016 ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that rejected GM's bid to block customer lawsuits over the defect.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said consumers could see price increases slow as crude oil costs drop.
Few retailers have figured out what, exactly, it means to bring more excitement into their stores.
Jenny Fleiss will run code eight, a start-up that will develop personalized, one-to-one shopping experiences for Wal-Mart.
More than a dozen start-ups backed by deep-pocketed industry figures along with big aerospace firms are taking on the dream of the flying car. NYT reports.
McCain Foods USA is recalling frozen hash browns from stores in nine states because the potatoes may have pieces of golf balls in them.
Hasbro reported a 2.2 percent rise in quarterly revenue helped by higher demand for toys based on franchises such as "Nerf" and "Transformers."
Britain's Jimmy Choo has invited potential buyers to step forward as part of a strategic review launched by the luxury retailer on Monday.
One of the oldest breweries in the US is toasting 150 years with a new brew.
When big brands land in hot water, there are steps they can take to mitigate the fallout, PR experts explained to CNBC.
Wal-Mart, the big-box behemoth, is both the U.S.'s largest private sector employer and a lightning rod for controversy.
Sears, which has been shuttering stores to boost its bottom line, announced more steps to get its house in order, USA Today reports.
"When you look at the markets they are going after, it's easy to understand how this could be a trillion-dollar company," Munster told CNBC.
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