A plan to sell several hundred Sears stores to a to-be-created real estate investment trust won't save the troubled department store chain.
Berkshire Hathaway agrees to acquire Procter & Gamble's Duracell battery business for about $3 billion.
Regulators fined five major banks $3.4 billion for conspiring to manipulate foreign currencies, which pushed their stocks down and ended a run of records.
A month ago investors worried that a big market correction had arrived. Now they just saw record highs for the S&P 500 for five straight sessions.
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.
Dillard's stores weathered a social media backlash over a sign in a girls' department asking for a slim body and fat bank account.
If you are an active and nimble investor, you might be able to take advantage of the bullish bias during the holidays.
The stock market eked out another high on Tuesday, but the gains were slight as investors awaited more news regarding the strength of the economy.
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.
The Standard & Poor's 500 index and the Dow Jones industrial average both hit all-time highs on a day that was light on economic news and company releases.
Venezuelan currency swings hit Herbalife bad. King Digital and Whole Foods shine in quarterly reports.
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.
Stocks closed little changed Friday, pressured by renewed uncertainty in health care stocks and by Disney shares, even as the jobs picture improved.
Unusual ads with Matthew McConaughey boost sales of Lincolns. Sprint and other wireless carriers are having disappointing quarters.
McDonald's is a mess. The rest of the burger-flipping industry is holding up relatively better.
Solid profits for big companies and optimistic economic news helped nudge the stock market to another record high Thursday.
American rapper Jay Z has purchased the legendary Armand de Brignac Champagne brand, known for its incredibly expensive gold bottles of Champagne.
Chuy's, a Mexican restaurant chain with just 59 locations, is consistently improving in sales and has a lot of potential for growth
Stocks returned to record levels Wednesday as a rebound in oil prices boosted energy stocks, powered by the GOP takeover of the Senate.
LeapFrog sales are plummeting, and the company is pinning its hopes on a fitness tracker called LeapBand and a video game console called LeapTV.
The ongoing slump in oil prices weighed on energy companies stocks again, and disappointing reports from a range of companies also pulled the market lower.
The federal government is suing Southwest Airlines after failing to reach a settlement over allegations that repairs to planes didn't meet safety standards.