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Sleep Number reported first-quarter sales that fell short of analyst expectations. The mattress maker's stock tumbled nearly 19% on Thursday afternoon.
Sears filed a lawsuit against its former CEO Eddie Lampert, Treasury's Mnuchin, and others for allegedly stealing billions from the retailer.
Cava Group purchased Zoes Kitchen last year. This year, the Mediterranean powerhouse has ambitious expansion plans.
The way people get their groceries delivered is changing.
Amazon said it will "no longer operate a marketplace on Amazon.cn" and "will no longer be providing seller services on Amazon.cn effective July 18."
Carl's Jr. is the first fast food chain to announce plans to sell a CBD-infused burger.
It's one of the first major national retailers to sell CBD supplements since Congress legalized the cannabis derivative in December.
Nike sees the opportunity to grab a greater share of the women's athletic apparel and sneaker market, something it hasn't focused on.
PepsiCo earnings top expectations on earnings and revenue, thanks to continued growth internationally and by its Frito-Lay snack business.
Arby's Paul Brown doesn't believe a "corporate-ish" approach is always best. Case in point: When Jon Stewart made offensive jokes about the sandwich chain on the "Daily Show," Arby's shot back with humor and turned the "ribbing' into an opportunity.
French companies including L'Oreal LVMH and Kering have pledged millions of euros to help rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Nike shares rallied the last time Tiger Woods won the Masters, and one market watcher says we could be in for a repeat performance.
Short-sellers may have little faith in these exchange-traded funds, but they're all up by double digits in 2019.
The probe, carried out by U.K. consumer advocacy group Which?, analyzed hundreds of tech products on Amazon and found that potentially false reviews were helping unknown brands dominate searches for popular items.
Walmart announces it's partnering with Kidbox, a subscription box company akin to Stitch Fix but focused solely on selling clothes for babies, girls and boys.
"Any company with any kind of consumer product could potentially end up in their crosshairs, and that's a very dangerous place to be," the "Mad Money" host says.