Movado posts better-than-expected quarterly results. World Wrestling Entertainment says growth in its video streaming service will be hard to maintain.
SeaWorld is getting a new CEO, and quarterly reports from Pier 1 and Bed, Bath & Beyond will give a good snapshot of the state of home decor.
Yum Brands is counting on deliveries to keep the burritos rolling. It's also planning catering, online ordering, a loyalty program and smaller stores.
Disney makes it easier to book repeat cruises, pleasing all those who adore the family entertainment giant and the company's bottom line.
Walmart is asking suppliers to cut back on advertising spending in its stores and reducing the price of products nearing their expiration date.
McDonald's is simplifying its grilled chicken recipe to remove ingredients people might not recognize, as the fast food chain continues to revamp its menu.
U.S. auto sales slowed down a bit in March, with sales expected to be flat compared to a year ago, but the industry remains optimistic about the market.
Noodles & Co. is fleshing out its menu, offering four popular entrees that replace the chain's signature noodles with a double portion of veggies.
McDonald's plans to test an all-day breakfast at some locations in the San Diego area starting next month.
Shares of Kraft soared on news of a merger with Heinz, and Sonus fell after a bad quarter. Weight Watchers and Apollo Education Group continued to slide.
Utilities are already facing a challenge from solar energy, but a concept called energy storage could change the game entirely.
A new concept luxury car from Mercedes-Benz shows that self-driving robot cars are no longer just the stuff of science fiction.
A pair of analysts boost their price targets on Netflix, and Facebook opens up Messenger to third parties.
n attorney for a lender that lost a bankruptcy auction for electronics retailer RadioShack has asked a Delaware judge to reopen the bidding.
Outlandish new fast food products such as Taco Bell's Biscuit Taco have some things in common, including high calorie counts and a desire to generate buzz.
Comcast says it expects its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable to take longer because of a long-running regulatory review.
The bigger that Netflix gets, the bigger that its catalog becomes, a benefit no matter where its subscribers live.
Kraft Foods, maker of Velveeta cheese, will merge with ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co to form North America's third-largest food and beverage company.
Taco Bell is introducing a biscuit taco this week and ditching its waffle taco, which was included last year in the rollout of the chain's breakfast menu.
The jury is out on Mattel's upcoming Hello Barbie, which will use Wi-Fi and voice-recognition technology to talk with your child.
The company that made bats for a who's who of baseball greats announces a deal to sell its Louisville Slugger brand to rival Wilson Sporting Goods.