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President Donald Trump’s latest round of proposed tariffs on Chinese goods would pull American consumers into an escalating trade war. The New York Times reports.
Offering discounts on prescriptions would seem like a natural option, but a number of health-care professionals think Amazon could also make a big impact when it comes to health-care services.
Many of the handbags and shoes made by Ivanka Trump’s clothing and accessories company are made in China and will likely face the new 10 percent tariffs if taxed like other leather bags subject to the new trade penalties, according to the list published by the U.S. Trade Representative earlier this week.
Papa John's is reportedly removing John Schnatter's image from its marketing after racially charged comments he made became public Wednesday.
Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal is still being sold at retail outlets despite a voluntary recall last month, according to the FDA.
The value retailer's first store in Manhattan is set to open later this year.
Walmart is weighing a bid from Capital One for its credit cards, alongside its current partner Synchrony Financial, according to a Bloomberg report Thursday.
Olson Engage, the public relations agency that was hired by Papa John's in February, cut ties with the pizza chain after racially charged comments made by the company's founder were made public Wednesday.
Several Chick-fil-A locations are incorporating Kallpod technology to elevate hospitality and boost sales.
"When you talk to high-level people in the pizza industry, there are people who think this company is falling apart," Jim Cramer says.
L Brands shares tumbled on Tuesday after the company announced weak sales in its Victoria's Secret stores for last month.
Reports of harsh conditions and intense pressure continue to emerge from the Fremont, California, factory.
Papa John's founder John Schnatter has resigned as chairman of his company's board after admitting and apologizing for using the N-word during a May conference call. Shares surge.
Starting in August, Juul will introduce 3 percent nicotine pods for its mint and Virginia tobacco flavors.
Uber is replacing the self-driving car operators with 55 so-called “mission specialists,” technical specialists trained on both on-road and test track conditions.
Jim Cramer reveals why U.S. defense and natural gas stocks are strong picks after the NATO Summit.
Jim Cramer sits down with the CEOs of Bluestone Lane and its investor RSE Ventures to find out what's next for the Australian-born coffeehouse.
Dunkin' Donuts new CEO David Hoffmann has a simple goal — modernize the 68-year-old coffee and doughnut company to keep its iconic brand relevant amid stiff competition for customers who don't want to pay more for their cup of Joe.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts can't talk to Disney executives to broker a deal for Fox because Disney and Fox have a signed merger agreement while the top media executives gather in Sun Valley, Idaho.
About 200 workers were let go last month, CNBC has learned.