McDonald's says a key sales metric dropped 1.4 percent in the U.S. in February, yet again hurt by tough winter weather.
Urban Outfitters, Krispy Kreme and Ulta are among the firms reporting earnings this week, which ends with what could be a new movie franchise based on a video game.
Crocs' signature clogs are long past their peak of popularity, but the company, buoyed by an investment from the Blackstone Group, is doing better than many expected it to.
Staples plans to shutter as many as 225 stores in North America and cut costs by as much $500 million by the end of 2015, as it forecast a first-quarter sales decline.
Costco posts a fiscal second-quarter profit that trailed analyst estimates as discounts meant to attract holiday shoppers cut into sales.
RadioShack scored a viral hit last month with its Super Bowl ad, but its five-point revitalization plan is a far more difficult goal to accomplish.
Here are some stocks that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Berkshire Hathaway reports quarterly earnings rose 10 percent to nearly $5 billion as its insurance, rail and energy businesses generated major gains in the improving economy.
Political uncertainty in Ukraine caused volatility in the markets Friday, but the Dow and S&P 500 still ended the day higher, closing a strong month on an positive note.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen is 2-for-2 as far as investors are concerned, and the S&P 500 on Thursday finally found the momentum to crack its previous record close.
Making carbonated beverages at home continues to grow in popularity, as SodaStream 's 26% surge in sales last quarter makes clear. Unfortunately, the story doesn't end there.
Berkshire Hathaway will likely post a record annual profit, showing how Warren Buffett’s decades of acquisitions have positioned it to benefit from a rebounding U.S....
AMC has a problem filling seats, and it's not just one exhibitor's problem. It's time the theater chain does more to improve the moviegoing experience.
Sears Holdings reported a hefty loss in the fourth-quarter on a 14 percent sales drop, as the beleaguered retailer continues to struggle to bring shoppers into its stores.
Bloomin' Brands -- parent of Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill -- saw revenue climb 5% in its last quarter.
J.C. Penney surged after forecasting an increase in annual revenue and margin expansion, prompting CEO Mike Ullman to predict its turnaround will be completed this year.
Retailers and homebuilders rallied Wednesday, but the market mostly marched in place. The major averages posted strong early gains, then retreated, though all closed higher.
Stocks drifted lower on Tuesday thanks to middling economic news that held the market in check, but Tesla raced ahead and some big name retailers posted big gains.
A big rally sent the S&P 500 to within a whisker of its all-time high Monday. And if analysts were left trying to find a good reason for the upswing, no one was complaining.
Stocks ended slightly lower Friday, but shares of deal site Groupon are now available at a big discount, while travel site Priceline got some air under its wings.