Shares of Nike fell more than 1 percent on Monday following a tweet from California-based lawyer Michael Avenatti alleging Nike's involvement in a "major high school/college basketball scandal." » Read More
The Food and Drug Administration approved a breakthrough medical device last week for patients suffering from chronic, hard-to-treat heart failure. » Read More
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Kellogg's Keebler, Famous Amos and fruit snacks businesses brought in final bids from Hostess Brands and Nutella-owner Ferrero. » Read More
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Bed Bath & Beyond rocketed about 20 percent higher Tuesday morning following a report that three activists are trying to replace the board.
The announcement comes as Uber approaches a much-anticipated IPO that reports have said could value the company at as much as $120 billion.
European equities were slightly higher Tuesday morning as fears over a possible recession faded and investors concentrated on corporate news.
The business of government surveillance in China might boost some tech firms, especially those dealing with artificial intelligence, a Credit Suisse analyst said.
Diabetes prevalence and smoking rate had the strongest correlation to life expectancy, U.S. News & World Report and the Aetna Foundation's Healthiest Communities found. Poor mental health was about as bad.
How Nike's move after Avenatti's arrest means it could be time to buy.
Jim Cramer explains why Chicken Alfredo sales at Olive Garden could help investors gauge the health of the U.S. economy.
Jim Cramer says don't sweat Nike's conservative guidance.
McDonald's announced plans Monday to acquire a tech company — its largest deal in 20 years — as it continues to push its U.S. locations into the digital age.
Jim Cramer explains why the analysts are wrong about Apple's new products and why investors should be buying the stock.
WeWork is growing rapidly as it expands co-working spaces into more cities, but it's a very costly business.
If Apple's reinvention as a services company is going to change the way investors value it, they'll need more answers than CEO Tim Cook gave.
Some experts in the space see a big opportunity for Apple to help consumers pay their medical bills, which is a notoriously challenging process.
For the first time the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association endorsed enforcing taxes on sodas, among other precautions, in an effort to reduce children's consumption of sugary drinks.
The DOT is setting up a special committee to explore how the FAA certifies new aircraft, including the controversial Boeing 737 Max planes.
A British Airways flight from London City Airport was supposed to head to Duesseldorf, Germany, but ended up in Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.