Shares of Papa John's spiked Wednesday after a report surfaced that the company's founder John Schnatter had been in preliminary talks with Wendy's about a possible merger. » Read More
By: Lauren Hirsch
According to Adobe Analytics, retailers with more than $1 billion in revenue saw a 54 percent increase in sales on Prime Day, compared with an average Tuesday. » Read More
By: Robert Ferris
Stores that sell car batteries, mufflers and other parts are facing new pressure since Amazon started selling auto parts online last year. Big retailers like Walmart have also jumped into the fray, in part, to compete against Amazon. So far, auto parts retailers have been spared from sharing the same fate as Barnes & Noble, Toys R Us and so many other companies rendered redundant by Amazon. » Read More
Chanos also denies Musk allegations about sharing insider information and paying journalists.
Greenhaven Associates' Edgar Wachenheim III believes that shares of Citigroup are set to double.
Laundry Service, the media agency accused of extortion by Papa John's Founder John Schnatter, called his claims "disparaging and outrageous" in a memo sent to employees Tuesday.
More shoppers signed up for Amazon's Prime membership on July 16 than any previous day in Amazon history.
Goldman Sachs downgraded its rating on Clorox shares to sell from neutral on Wednesday.
Target held its own special one-day sale in tandem with Prime Day, offering shoppers who spent $100 or more a deal on its Shipt delivery service.
Shares of Amazon ticked lower on Wednesday despite the e-commerce giant reporting its annual Prime Day was its biggest sales event ever.
Disney and Comcast are currently locked in a transatlantic bidding war for one of the entertainment industry’s most coveted assets.
Jim Cramer says a "keen grasp of fashion" and strong execution have made the stocks of Canada Goose, Lululemon and Urban Outfitters stellar investments.
There has been a surge in accidents tied to drugged driving in the past decade and yet there's no legal test or set penalties for driving while drugged, The Hill reports. That may change soon.
Tesla's stock took a beating Monday on the heels of a quickly-deleted tweet from Musk attacking a Thai rescue diver.
Mattress King Michael Fux received delivery of the very first McLaren Senna at his home in Manhattan on Tuesday. The luxury car cost $1.3 million.
Average asking rents in a dozen of 16 main retail corridors in New York monitored by commercial real estate company CBRE fell over the past 12 months.
Crocs unveiled a new high-heeled style of its rubber shoes and they have already sold out on Amazon. The internet can't handle it, USA Today reports.
Fresh off the great burger disaster of 2018, IHOP has new move to woo customers: They'll deliver pancakes (or burgers) to your front door, USA Today reports.
U.S. President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker will meet next week to discuss a possible reduction of auto tariffs for several key trade partners, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday.
This year, Prime Day started at 3 p.m. vs. 9 p.m. in 2017.