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Mattel is bringing another classic toy property to the big screen. On Wednesday the toymaker said it has partnered with MGM Pictures to make a film based on View-Master.
DSW is expanding its test of in-store nail salons as the footwear retailer looks to keep customers coming back to its stores.
Off-price apparel retailer TJX reported better-than-expected quarterly same-store sales on Wednesday, as steep discounts drove more shoppers to its T.J. Maxx and Marshalls stores during the holiday season.
Lowe's delivers a mixed earnings report for the fourth quarter, calling out a weak housing market in Canada.
Shares of Box fell after the company reported its Q4 2019 earnings.
Box, HP, Square, Fitbit and Elastic are among the technology companies that declined after reporting earnings on Wednesday.
J.C. Penney on Friday will end a clothing subscription service venture, the retailer said this week, a move toward sharpening its focus on more-profitable apparel sales and exiting lines like major appliances.
The race is on to provide the world with high speed internet using next generation networks of small satellites.
Fitbit shares dropped after the maker of fitness wearables provided a disappointing forecast.
Sen. Ron Wyden blasts AbbVie CEO Richard Gonzalez, saying tying sales of arthritis treatment Humira to his annual bonus is "problematic."
Best Buy reports earnings and sales for the holiday quarter that top analysts' expectations, sending the retailer's stock surging.
Electric performance brand Polestar unveiled its first fully electric vehicle on Wednesday in a bid to steal buyers away from Tesla's Model 3.
As of Tuesday's close, Winfrey's stake in Weight Watchers was valued at $160.18 million. It dropped by $45.7 million in a matter of minutes after the company reported disappointing earnings.
Elon Musk's renewed feud with the SEC after another errant tweet raises concern over the Tesla board's ability to control the company's strong-willed and unpredictable CEO.
Shippers, retailers and restaurants are experimenting with robots, drones and self-driving cars in a bid to use automation to drive down the high cost of delivering gadgets, groceries and even cups of coffee the "last mile" to consumer doorsteps.
A longstanding conflict between India and Pakistan escalated Wednesday, with implications for cyberattacks between both countries.
CNBC's Todd Haselton reviews the Samsung Galaxy S10+, a great phone that costs $1,000, which might be too much for most people.
Amazon is scaling back its expansion in Seattle by seeking tenants for the 30 floors of office space it leased at Rainier Square, GeekWire reports.
New orders for U.S.-made goods barely rose in December and business spending on equipment was much weaker than previously thought, pointing to a softening in manufacturing activity.
General Electric stock has shot up over 50 percent in three months but "has gone way too far," J.P. Morgan analyst Stephen Tusa says.