Bank of America Merrill Lynch raised its rating on Lululemon shares to buy from underperform.
From GM's Mary Barra to JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon, CEOs are increasingly standing up to speak out against hate, the New York Times reports.
Anna Andreeva, Oppenheimer, and Erinn Murphy, Piper Jaffray, discuss Foot Locker's disappointing quarterly results as well how the footwear and athletic retail sector is faring.
Foot Locker nosedive after the company's quarterly results miss expectations by a wide margin.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The White House still needs CEO support to drive its business agenda, says Kellogg School of Management professor Nicholas Pearce.
President Donald Trump's turnabout on the violence in Charlottesville has led to rising speculation that some top officials may be looking for a way out.
Retailers are facing "revenue cliffs" and margin compression this year, and it's not clear to investors where the bottom is.
The former Clinton Treasury secretary and ex-Obama economic aide says he's surprised no officials of Trump's administration have resigned.
Leaders in corporate America can disagree with President Trump and remain engaged in crafting economic policies, Tom Fanning says.
The former Republican presidential nominee was the latest to criticize Trump's response to the white nationalist rally in Virginia.
The more President Donald Trump reveals his character, the more isolated he becomes from the American mainstream.
For those choosing to stay in official roles visiting what the president calls the "boardroom," it's unclear what they'll receive.
Wal-Mart CEO McMillon’s statement comes after an outpouring of backlash against President Trump.
Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Edward Stack said he noticed heavier promotions beginning around Father's Day this year.
European markets closed marginally higher on Tuesday as tensions between the U.S. and North Korea showed signs of subsiding, prompting investors to return to riskier assets.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed the three chief executives who left his manufacturing council as "grandstanders."
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich have announced their resignations from Trump's manufacturing council in response to the president's reaction to Charlottesville.
The companies run by CEOs who left a Trump council this week all have badly-lagging share performance this year.
Simeon Siegel, Nomura Instinet and Ike Boruchow, Wells Fargo, weigh in on mixed retail earnings.