Walmart issued an urgent agenda memo to its store managers across the nation last month, laying out guidelines to boost sales of chilled and fresh food.
The promise and potential of 3-D printing is going to be huge. It's now simply a matter of how patient investors are as they wait out the revolution.
Macy's reports its fiscal third-quarter earnings of $217 million, or 61 cents a share, surpassing Wall Street expectations of 49 cents.
Mercedes-Benz is recalling 10,509 C-Class compacts from model year 2015 in the United States because some cars can lose steering function at low speed.
The Dogs of the Dow, a common strategy for choosing stocks from the Dow Jones industrial average looks like it could succeed again this year.
You have to break some eggs to make an omelet and, according to a lawsuit from the maker of Hellmann's, the same goes for mayonnaise.
Microsoft will roll out its Lumia 535 smartphone this month, dropping the Nokia name just months after buying the Finnish company's handset business.
Venezuelan currency swings hit Herbalife bad. King Digital and Whole Foods shine in quarterly reports.
Pizza Hut is letting customers play mad scientist, giving them the freedom to make pies with honey Sriracha sauce or add curry flavor to the crusts.
In an attempt to keep the sales and profits flowing nearly around the clock, Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks look to sell dinner-friendly foods in 2015.
Wayfair makes its first report as a publicly traded company, and a report from D.R. Horton shows the state of America's housing industry.
Energy costs are down big-time in the U.S., but it may not have the impact you think on energy companies' profits this winter.
Disney's on a roll with plans for more Star Wars and Toy Story movies, a Shanghai theme park, a live-action Cinderella and new rides at other theme parks.
Unusual ads with Matthew McConaughey boost sales of Lincolns. Sprint and other wireless carriers are having disappointing quarters.
JPMorgan Chase says it will cut more than 3,000 jobs than previously expected in its retail banking unit.
Nike has dropped its partnership with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson amid accusations of child abuse.
Amazon.com launches Amazon Echo, a speaker you leave on all day and give it voice directions, just like Siri on an Apple iPhone smartphone.
Luxembourg came under fire Thursday after leaked documents allegedly revealed the extent to which it has attracted the super-rich with sweet tax deals.
McDonald's is a mess. The rest of the burger-flipping industry is holding up relatively better.
The U.S. Postal Service will deliver packages on Sundays in major cities and high volume areas during the holiday season, the agency says.
SodaStream's new slogan is "Water made exciting," as the company adapts to ebbing consumer interest in sweet made-at-home carbonated drinks.
Amazon is testing deliveries via taxis in California, as the Internet retailer explores alternative modes to speed up delivery and cut costs.
Chuy's, a Mexican restaurant chain with just 59 locations, is consistently improving in sales and has a lot of potential for growth
In one small step to improve customer service, Comcast is now allowing Xfinity customers (and former customers) to return equipment to UPS stores.
LeapFrog sales are plummeting, and the company is pinning its hopes on a fitness tracker called LeapBand and a video game console called LeapTV.
Amazon introduces a new benefit for its Prime membership package: Prime Photos, a service that provides free unlimited photo storage in the Amazon Cloud.
Ford is recalling more than 202,000 vehicles in North America to fix gas leaks, air bag sensors, stalling and other issues.
A cyberattack penetrated computer networks for months at USIS, the government's leading security clearance contractor, before it noticed, a probe finds.