Tesla has been instructed to "slow down" on car deliveries in Norway this quarter, CEO Elon Musk said on Saturday.
Retailers including Ulta and Ross Stores are planning significant expansions in 2018 and beyond.
Grocer Whole Foods is letting some workers go under its new owner, Amazon.
Liquidation sales for Toys R Us kicked off Friday, a spokeswoman told CNBC.
H. Wayne Huizenga built from scratch three Fortune 500 companies: AutoNation, Waste Management and Blockbuster. He died at the age of 80.
CNBC is launching the Disruptor 50 Roadshow, a series of events across the country to educate entrepreneurs and investors on start-up success.
A source close to the matter tells CNBC Target and Kroger are not in merger talks.
Tapestry announces that Anna Bakst is the new CEO and president of Kate Spade.
Jim Cramer reveals which stocks you should be eyeing on a down day.
Jim Cramer does an apples-to-apples comparison with the home improvement chains to see which retailer is the better investment.
Divya Narendra, co-founder of the service that went on to become Facebook, says Facebook was "duped" in the recent scandal and believes the company is doing everything it can to correct the problem.
Nike reported earnings that beat analysts' expectations, fueled by international growth and continued momentum within China.
Lazarus built Toys R Us into a retail empire and left his mark on a generation of "Toys R Us kids."
An estimated 100,000 registries face an uncertain future amid bankruptcy proceedings.
Amazon is filing a patent for a drone that will be able to respond to human emotion, including shouting, The Verge reports.
Citigroup is setting restrictions on the sale of firearms by its business customers, New York Times reports.
Whole Foods is losing some executives as the natural grocer integrates with tech giant Amazon, The Wall Street Journal reports. The natural grocer is meeting with suppliers this week to try and smooth tensions.
The mix of investor dollars and crowdfunding is the first known plan to keep the Toys R Us brand alive.
Taco Bell says it will be rolling out a line of tortilla chips at grocery and convenience stores starting in May.
But Credit Suisse's newest Emerging Consumer Survey found the percentage of financial assets that Indian households own is still relatively low.
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