By: Sara Salinas
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Amazon.com is heading to the Sundance Film Festival this week with a long-term change in the works.
Shari Redstone has discussed adding new directors to the CBS board as she renews her push to merge the company with Viacom.
The CEO of Peugeot said that all PSA vehicles will be 100 percent electrified by 2025.
Apparel brands are grappling with solutions as items quickly fall out of fashion and consumers turn to non-traditional platforms to make purchases.
Reviewers appreciate much about Tesla's lowest-priced car, but point out some issues with its design and execution.
Luxury retail was the talk of the National Retail Federation's 2018 Big Show.
The accident comes at a sensitive time for Murdoch's 21st Century Fox.
Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods has pushed companies like Kroger and Walmart to accelerate innovations around grocery shopping.
Dorito's Blaze chips and Mtn Dew Ice are new products under those two Pepsi brands.
Chipotle Mexican Grill raised menu prices this week in markets that did not already see increases in 2017.
Wal-Mart COO Judith McKenna was named president and chief executive of its international unit effective February 1.
Travel- and retail-industry leaders are fretting about a decline in international visitors to the U.S.
Tiffany & Co. reported an 8 percent increase in net revenue during the 2017 holiday season.
An attempt by Miramax to buy Weinstein Co. has complicated plans to sell the studio to a group of investors.
Iraq's vintage cars date back to the period between the discovery of oil in the 1920s and the booming 1970s.
The product, DisposeRX, mixes with drugs and warm water to form a solid that can be safely thrown out in the trash.
Jim Cramer said there’s one thing that this market needs to do to curb the major stock shortage facing investors.
Jim Cramer examined the tech titans' weekly stock charts to determine if it's time for investors to take some profits.
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