Jim Cramer finds that without same-store sales growth, retailers cannot survive. Whole Foods' numbers are negative.
Snap's shares are tanking in Thursday's session, but two big firms are reiterating their buy recommendations for the stock.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he remains 'very enthusiastic' about China, despite lagging sales in the massive smartphone market.
Here's what to look out for when Apple reports its earnings after Tuesday's Closing bell.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports General Motors posted lower-than-expected sales numbers last month.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the latest sales numbers from Ford Motor fell 7.2% last month.
Shares of Vince took a hit Friday after the clothing company told investors it had 'substantial doubt' in its ability to continue.
A record amount of bankruptcy filings have set the pace for the retail industry.
Home prices have now surpassed their last peak.
Tumbleweed Express opened the first drive-thru marijuana in Parachute, Colorado.
Cowen lowered its rating for Molson Coors on Thursday to market perform from outperform, saying the beer company’s sales will suffer due to increasing marijuana use.
Wall Street says weed is about to seriously curb the country's appetite for alcohol.
Here are the five main ways North Korea gets their funding.
Vinyl LP sales reached 13 million in 2016, underscoring how a new generation is jumping on an old bandwagon.
An internal report released on Monday suggests there were red flags directors should have focused on earlier, reports Breakingviews.
Confidence in housing takes a hit.
Infiniti's first quarter sales rose 18 percent on-year to 67,367 vehicles globally, with around 28,000 in March alone, the luxury car maker said.
The big automakers have reported their March sales numbers, and it looks like America's appetite for cars may be waning.
Real estate prices in Manhattan are stabilizing.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down General Motor's quarterly sales numbers which were below estimates.