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The highly anticipated initial public offering comes amid heightened tensions between the Chinese and U.S. governments.
Bush stepped down from the Athenahealth in June after allegations emerged that he attacked his then-wife 13 years ago. Atheneahealth had been locked in a fight with activist investor Elliott Management for more than a year.
Dave & Buster's Entertainment shares plunged Wednesday after a decision to skip its All You Can Eat Wings promotion at the start of the football season led to disappointing same-store sales growth.
At the largest retail real estate conference on the East Coast, put on by ICSC, landlords spoke to CNBC about demolishing a Sears store being a cheaper and faster option than back-filling the existing structure.
Four years after adding "Health" to its name, CVS is more than just a drugstore chain. Now, its vision is becoming clearer as CVS Health enters perhaps the most pivotal moment in its 55-year history.
Sign-ups for Affordable Care Act coverage are low this year and Democrats are blaming changes that took effect this year. The Trump administration scaled back the program's ad budget by 90 percent to $10 million last year.
Analysts and investors are skeptical of Under Armour's ability to continue to grow sales, especially in the U.S., where the market is highly competitive and has been plagued by wholesale retailers like Sports Authority going bankrupt.
ZeniMax sued Facebook-owned Oculus saying it stole code and secrets to develop virtual reality products. A jury found Facebook guilty, and awarded ZeniMax $500 million. The two parties decided to settle the lawsuit for an undisclosed amount.
Car rental company Hertz has launched an airport lane that replaces ID checks with facial recognition and fingerprint scans.
Three seemingly unrelated news stories are getting lumped together under Trump's ongoing trade negotiations with China. What happens next with any of them could have significant implications for that deal, markets or both.
A new map by the Urban Institute traces auto delinquency rates in counties across the U.S.
An ordinance that would add new regulations for short-term rental housing on Airbnb and other vacation rental websites was approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council but the company insisted a more comprehensive policy was a better approach.
Hackers infiltrated dozens of companies around the world with advanced malicious software that extracted information from their systems, according to McAfee.
Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of Verizon to equal weight from overweight, saying the stock has hit the firm's $58 price target and is "already priced at a premium."
Delta Air Lines introduced on Tuesday a new boarding system with eight groups, in the name of "simplicity." Airlines are grappling with how best to board their planes after they've divided their cabins into smaller and smaller classes of service.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said the company will likely slow its dealmaking in 2019 as it integrates Costa Coffee and other acquisitions. He also said that the beverage company will hold out on any deals with the cannabis industry.