Pantry, which owns the Kangaroo Express chain of convenience stores has been hurt by volatile fuel prices and increased competition.
A potential merger sends Office Depot and Staples stock up, and horrible quarterly report sends Conn's down -- way down.
VeriFone offers an early read on holiday shopping, and Dave & Busters assesses its first quarter as a public company.
You have to take dividend increases in context. Companies can increase their dividends by huge percentages and still lag behind their peers.
The days are numbered when it comes to enjoying video on physical media.
U.S. stocks fell Monday after weak Chinese and Japanese data stoked worries about slowing global economic growth, while oil prices sank to five-year lows.
McDonald's is planning major changes in the U.S., including an expansion of a test that lets people build their own burgers by tapping on a touchscreen.
Demand for the new iPhones outpaces supply. Many reasons are suggested, and some wonder whether the shortage will affect Apple stock.
Some companies have burned investors in a bad way this year. Look at what happened to 3D Systems, the Container Store, Sodastream, Twitter and Coach.
Cheap diapers are a new reason to get Amazon Prime, and Microsoft dumps its stake in the Nook back with Barnes & Noble.
U.S. stocks ended slightly lower Thursday after the European Central Bank brushed off pressure for more immediate monetary policy action.
The bookseller has dived into the holiday selling season as investors await the quarterly report due this week.
Energy and health care companies led major stock indexes higher Tuesday, even as crude oil resumed its slide.
Mounting signs of weakness in the global economy and a poor start to the holiday shopping season knocked the stock market lower Monday.
Shifting economics for energy have affected American Airlines, Goodrich Petroleum and ReneSola. Taser stock grows with interest in wearable cameras.
The week features the frenzy of Cyber Monday and quarterly reports from some familiar retailers, including Aeropostale, Tilly's and a troubled Sears.
Staples is doing a few things right, but there's only so much it can do if demand for office supplies isn't beating a path to its sliding-glass front door.
A slump in energy prices pushed the stock market back from record levels on Tuesday, after starting the day with small gains on upbeat economic news.
Stocks stay at record levels as investors remained confident that stimulus measures from the world's central banks would help revive global economic growth.
Target, Sears, Kmart, J.C. Penney and Radio Shack all have serious issues to confront in the make-or-break holiday shopping season.