Morgan Stanley, Microsoft and Unilever are among the stocks making headlines on Wall Street this Wednesday morning.
Unilever is buying Dollar Shave Club, the male grooming brand that co-founder Michael Dubin started from his apartment in 2012.
Nissan said it would take legal action against the "Vote Leave" campaign after the group used the carmaker's logo in leaflets calling for voters to back Brexit.
European stocks closed sharply lower on Monday amid a global selloff, as uncertainty over a possible "Brexit" and looming central bank meetings shook markets.
Recent episodes of religious violence in Bangladesh may represent a deepening political crisis in the world's eighth-most populous nation.
Anheuser-Busch and Starbucks announced a deal to produce, bottle, distribute and market Teavana ready-to-drink teas in the U.S.
This smartphone app powered by artificial intelligence can help to reignite interaction with the world that surrounds us.
Whether through acquisition or inversion deals, many of the American brands we love have moved headquarters abroad, taking jobs with them.
European stocks finished the session slightly higher on Thursday, as investors remained cautious on the price of oil.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jon Cox, head of European consumer equities at Kepler Cheuvreux, says both Nestle and Unilever delivered “pretty decent” earnings, considering the very tough environment.
Brands are tapping media companies to create parties to reach people in person and online, creating a new ad revenue stream.
Vegans and lactose-intolerant folks can finally get their hands on Ben & Jerry's one-of-a-kind flavors.
Former Medtronic CEO and CNBC Contributor Bill George says CEOs need to be adaptable in times of uncertainty and investors should place their bets based on company leadership.
European stocks posted strong gains by Tuesday's close, helping by positive trade in Asia and a rebound in mining stocks.
U.S. stock futures were sharply higher this morning, after Chinese stocks gained 3.2 percent overnight, on data that showed China's economy grew in-line with expectations.
Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, says he is most concerned about political instability and wealth disparity as headwinds to future growth.
Consumer good group says it is preparing itself for tougher market conditions and high volatility in 2016.
Europe closed higher on Thursday, as investors shrugged off the downturn in oil prices and concentrated on corporate earnings.
Online porn website says its intentions are pure: It just wants to help the millennials that view its site pay for college.