Campbell Soup has pushed back against two of Third Point's nominees, former Campbell executive Bill Toler and Third Point executive Munib Islam. Third Point has nominated five executives for Campbell's board. » Read More
By: Lauren Thomas
Most major retailers were confident in recent third-quarter earnings calls that shoppers will show up at stores and online in full force this holiday season. But unconvinced investors sold off their shares en masse Tuesday. » Read More
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By: Lauren Thomas
Amazon will end 2018 capturing about 48 percent of U.S. e-commerce sales, or $252 billion, compared with 43.1 percent in 2017, according to a study by eMarketer. » Read More
While sales throughout the year are important, some retailers rely more heavily on sales during the holiday season.
Earlier this year, Target CEO Brian Cornell raved about the U.S. economy, saying it was one of the best he'd ever seen in his career.
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith posed for a photo in 2014 while wearing a Confederate cap and holding a rifle, and then put the image on her Facebook page with the words "Mississippi history at its best!"
McDonald's and Burger King have both been struggling in the Philippines because of local rival Jollibee, and now the Filipino fast-food chain is making a play for the American market.
The private equity firms that owned Toys R Us before the company declared bankruptcy earlier this year have each pledged $10 million to create the TRU Financial Assistance Fund, which aims to distribute funds to former employees.
Walmart asked Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi on Tuesday to return its campaign donation after outrage from "Will and Grace" actress Debra Messing over the lawmaker's controversial comments about attending a hypothetical hanging.
With interest rates rising and buyer incentives slowing, car shoppers should do some legwork to find the best deal possible.
Almost 3 in 10 shoppers are still paying off holiday debt from last year. If you're among them, here's how to juggle debt repayment and this year's holiday expenses.
Target's investments in its supply chain weighed on profits, but the retailer says it's now "better positioned for this holiday season than ever before."
Kohl's reports quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations. While it also raised its profit forecast for the year, it was on the low end of what Wall Street had been calling for, and shares plunge.
Campbell Soup reports quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations. The soup company is locked in a proxy fight with activist firm Third Point.
The Florida lawsuit accuses the drug stores and pharmaceutical distributors of playing as big a role in the proliferation of opioid addiction as the drug manufacturers of OxyContin and fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 times stronger than heroin.
CVS Health now anticipates its $69 billion acquisition of health insurer Aetna to close after Thanksgiving. Executives earlier this month said they expected the deal to close before the holiday.
Lowe's reports quarterly earnings and revenue that beat expectations, though same-store sales were softer than anticipated and the company lowers its full-year estimates.
The series of three videos posted by D&G, entitled "Eating With Chopsticks," show a woman eating large plates of pizza, spaghetti and a giant Italian cannolo pastry, while a male voiceover tells her what to do.
Monday's sharp losses are likely to extend into a second day on Wall Street, with futures sharply lower and a loss of confidence in leading tech names continuing to weigh on investors.