McDonald's reported better-than-expected earnings Friday thanks to improved operations and rising sales, beating expectations. » Read More
The struggles of the high-end retail market aren't all that different from its lower-price counterparts.
Mattel reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, driven by strong demand for its flagship Barbie and Fisher-Price brands.
Dunkin Brands posted lower-than-expected quarterly revenue on Thursday, hurt by a drop in franchise fees and fewer restaurant openings.
EBay forecast revenue and profit for the crucial holiday season largely below estimates, sending its shares down 8 percent in extended trading.
Walgreens Boots Alliance reported a jump in quarterly profit and said it now expected its acquisition of Rite Aid Corp to close in early 2017.
One super-fan will get paid $50,000 by Pizza Hut to travel to as many NCAA championship games as possible and document the experience through social media.
Terrapin Beer Company is opening a taproom and "brew lab" adjacent to SunTrust Park, which will open next season.
Neiman Marcus reveals the 90th edition of its annual Christmas book, including its iconic collection of 12 fantasy gifts.
Michael Kors shares surge more than 5 percent as takeover talk mounts.
There's a new M&M's variety vying for your chocolaty attention: Caramel.
Nike has long dominated the running footwear category; but Adidas is starting to close the gap.
Shares of Domino's Pizza rose 6 percent in midday trading after the company posted third quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations.
CPI rose in September, suggesting a steady build-up of inflation pressures that could keep the Fed on track to raise rates in December.
Raymond James downgrades Chipotle shares to underperform from market perform.
Macy's is holding firm with its decision to open on Thanksgiving Day, and will greet shoppers an hour earlier than it did in 2015.
It looks like McDonald's U.S. turnaround is still a ways off. A franchisee survey conducted by Nomura sees flat same-store sales for the quarter.
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