SeaWorld and King Digital need to respond to declining figures, and Caesars faces a lawsuit from creditors.
Regional telcos Frontier, CenturyLink and Windstream aren't growing, but their big yields are making connections with investors.
Murdoch isn't buying Time Warner, and Sprint and T-Mobile aren't merging. Amazon, Google and Barnes & Noble expand same-day delivery in select markets.
P&G plans to sell or close as as many as 100 small, stagnant brands. The market cheered the plan to focus on products that yield 90 percent of its sales.
Caesars Entertainment and Westgate Resorts are each betting $250 million to refurbish large gambling/dining/shopping/sleeping complexes in Las Vegas.
Disney's "Frozen" has sold nearly $1.3 billion in tickets to become the fifth-highest grossing movie ever. But plenty of cold cash is flowing elsewhere.
Sprint is replacing its longtime CEO Dan Hesse with Brightstar CEO Marcelo Claure on the heels of a report that it is dropping its bid for rival T-Mobile.
Back in the 1990s, casual steakhouse chains were popular with dinners and investors. But today, you won't find many of their tickers on the market menu.
Michael Kors posted strong quarterly results, and the stock fell. Coach results fell, and the stock rose. What's going on with the luxury handbag makers?
Big news is expected at DEF CON 22, a hacker convention, and strong box office is foreseen for a Sin City sequel.
El Pollo Loco soars after its IPO. Horizon Pharmaceuticals falls when two benefits managers say they will remove its biggest drugs from their formularies.
From the Green Mountain reporting results to Groupon trying to become less of a bargain, here are some things that will help shape the week on Wall Street.
There was news good and bad from Tesla Motors, Zillow, Trulia, SeaWorld, Southwest, Electronic Arts and the market itself.
Decent dividends, big investments that should pay off and increased interactivity with patrons add up to making theme-park stocks a good bet.
U.S. auto sales growth slowed slightly in July despite hefty discounts, with most manufacturers reporting gains below expectations.
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and SodaStream all reported discouraging quarters. Is refreshment's future in iced coffees, energy drinks, teas and flavored waters?
A whistleblower suit by a former tax attorney alleges Vanguard has operated as an illegal tax shelter for nearly 40 years. The fund giant denies the claim.
Target appointed former PepsiCo (PEP) executive Brian Cornell as CEO and chairman as it tries to regain customer confidence following a massive data breach.
Sirius XM revenue topped $1 billion for the quarter, but alternatives to in-car radio are growing, and potential competition is from some corporate giants.
Amazon is ramping up efforts to offer repair, installation and other services online, tackling a fragmented but potentially rich U.S. market.
With lower fuel prices helping to improve margins, air carriers have been big winners in 2014. But you may want to pay heed to the fasten seat belts sign.
UPS second quarter profit fell 58% as the world's biggest courier company took a charge related to retirement liabilities of some union employees.
Twitter and Yelp combat lower stock prices, while Procter & Gamble is seen continuing its success. Herbalife and Tesla also report earnings.