Christina Cheddar Berk is assistant managing editor of Enterprise coverage at CNBC Digital. Before joining CNBC, she was a special writer at Dow Jones Newswires and a guest columnist for the Wall Street Journal. Cheddar Berk was part of a team of reporters who received a Society of American Business Editors and Writers award for breaking news coverage. She also has worked as an associate editor for "The World Almanac" and an assistant editor for "Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia."
The USS Indianapolis was destroyed by a Japanese submarine on July 30, 1945.
UnitedHealth tapped its president, David Wichmann, to replace its current CEO, Stephen Hemsley, effective Sept. 1.
Dick's Sporting Goods says weakness in hunting and licensed apparel, among other factors, hurt its results.
Several Chipotle customers were sickened at a Virginia restaurant and testing last week confirmed that the illness was norovirus.
Amazon shares once again cross the $1,000 mark after the company reported its third annual Prime Day event was its "biggest sales day ever."
This will be the third time that Amazon will host the online sales event, which provides a jolt to sales during a typically slow time of the year.
Sears Holdings plans to close 20 more stores in the U.S., in addition to the more than 200 closures that have already been announced.
House Speaker Paul Ryan incorrectly said that Iowa would have counties that lack an insurance provider on the Obamacare exchange.
Amazon and Whole Foods have a less than 2 percent share of the grocery market, but should have outsized influence over the category.
Macy's CFO Karen Hoguet warned analysts Tuesday that the department store's gross margin could be below a forecast given in February.