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News that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman bought a Leonardo da Vinci painting came as a shock to the Western world.
Jim Cramer explained why technology stocks like Alphabet and Facebook are so difficult to accurately value.
General Motors believes it has a new and easier way to order coffee, make reservations or shop while you are driving.
Walgreens announced a rebranding strategy aimed at educating consumers on its history, but also one that targets a younger demographic.
Chobani redesigned its logo and packaging as it tries to get consumers excited about Greek again.
Consumer optimism was expected to taper slightly in November, after recording historic highs in October.
Instant Pots are still in-stock at some retailers. Other brands are available and could see a lift this holiday season.
Etsy's founders believed in its business model, but once it went public, it was treated like any other company traded on the stock market.
U.S. shoppers splurged more than $1.52 billion online by Thanksgiving evening and turnout at stores also surged.
Books, movies and music are the items that are worth fighting the hordes this Friday.
The proxy battle for a board seat at P&G enters its next phase.
The parent of Jared, Kay and Zales said weather-related incidents shaved 10 cents a share off its earnings.
Gifts to pamper and beautify your loved ones.
Coca-Cola will introduce a recipe of its namesake drink that's sweetened with stevia instead of sugar outside the U.S. next year.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey, who took over in May after serving as chief operating officer, reaffirmed guidance ahead of investor day.
Jim Cramer shared some takeaways he's gleaned from studying how millennials interact with business.
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