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Asbury Research analyzed the ramifications of Wal-Mart's selloff for both the retailer and the general market in a note to clients Wednesday.
Hours after its IPO was waylaid by negative earnings guidance from Wal-Mart, Albertsons made plans to reattempt its deal on Thursday.
Tesla is giving those who own a Model S or Model X the ability to take their hands off the wheel.
One industry expert says fully autonomous models could hit the market as early as 2020.
Set for release on Jan. 15, "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi" will land weeks before party caucuses in Iowa, the NYT reports.
Study shows mobile ads are more expensive than desktop, reflecting the shift of more U.S. consumers using devices over PCs and laptops.
Uber is reaching out to small businesses and launching an on-demand delivery platform, powered by its courier service UberRUSH.
Shares of Wal-Mart plunged to a three-year low on Wednesday after an executive said its sales would be flat in fiscal 2016.
Retailers are already struggling to grow sales against a backdrop of steep price cuts and rock-bottom starting prices.
George Soros has come under fire in his native Hungary, where politicians have accused him of supporting illegal migration.
Netflix tends to be a huge mover on its earnings reports, and Wednesday is not expected to be the exception.
Residents of Democratic states tend to shop differently from their Republican neighbors. Data from NPD Checkout Tracking show how these habits vary.
A photo of the infamous Western outlaw could stick up collectors for $5 million at auction.
Hoping to score tickets to see the Cubs play in the NLCS? Well it could cost you about $1,330 — each — in Chicago.
Well-known value investor Bill Miller tells CNBC the nation's biggest airlines and e-commerce giant Amazon are greatly misunderstood.
Hillary Clinton squared off against her Democratic rivals in the party's first debate. Here are the winners and losers.
Bank of America earnings topped expectations, reversing a year-earlier loss related to a settlement with the government over mortgages.
CEO Doug McMillon says Wal-Mart's investments in its workers, stores and e-commerce are paying off.
A strange set of stocks have been leading the way over the past two weeks.
And artificial intelligence will be hot for Chinese consumers, but 3-D printing will be all the rage in Europe.
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Mark Zuckerberg isn't the kind of Californian who normally takes paid paternity leave. Here's who is.
Blue Bell will release another ice cream flavor, the sixth since the company recalled millions of products following listeria contamination.
One unlikely club is making a nice profit during the two-week deer season in the backwoods of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Gordon Johnson, Axiom Capital, discusses hedge fund manager David Tepper's comments about Terraform's too-cozy relationship with SunEdison.
Emmanuel Rosner, CLSA and Rich Hilgert, Morningstar, debate whether automakers or parts suppliers are the best investment over the long term.
A key piece of data coming in today was at its worst level since June of 2009. Does it mean the US is in the midst of a manufacturing recession?