Everyone knows Tesla cars move fast. The same goes for Tesla the company.
2019 was another bruising year for many American retailers, despite healthy consumers and a strong economy.
Michael Bloomberg won't have to file his public financial disclosure report until February 4, 2020, after being granted a 45-day extension by the Federal Election Commission.
FedEx has been trying to turn its business around after a difficult year, but its second quarter results show that it's not nearly there yet.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has submitted a $1.68 billion settlement agreement to California regulators related to fires started by its equipment in 2017 and 2018, the company said in a news release Tuesday.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has rejected the bankruptcy reorganization plan proposed by utility giant Pacific Gas and Electric, saying that the proposal would not result in a "company positioned to provide safe, reliable and affordable service to its customers."
Wall Street expects the longest bull market in American history to extend into next year. For all the concerns about slowing US economic growth, there's consensus that stocks can continue to rise.
Apple CEO Tim Cook shocked investors on January 2 by warning of slowing iPhone sales in China. Apple's stock plunged 10% the next day, dragging down the entire market along with it. But it's been all good news for the company ever since.
Could this be the last holiday shopping season for Sears?
California utility giant Pacific Gas and Electric has agreed to pay $13.5 billion to individuals affected by several recent fires in the state, the company announced Friday night.
More than 20 years after launching Google out of a Menlo Park garage, Larry Page and Sergey Brin are relinquishing their executive roles at its parent company Alphabet.
The US stock market moved almost exclusively in one direction this fall: up.
Big tech stocks have been extremely popular bets for many investors for several years -- and 2019 is no exception.
Black Friday discounts aren't just for people looking to buy holiday gifts. Shoppers rising at the crack of dawn need some sustenance as they search for the next doorbuster bargain.
Shares of Dick's Sporting Goods soared 18% in early trading after the company reported strong earnings and raised its guidance for the third time this year.
This year, Black Friday is more than just the starting gun for the all-important holiday shopping season (or the day you elbow your neighbor out of the way to score a TV). For retail's struggling players, shopping's mega-day is crucial.
For all the chatter about a looming recession in the United States or Europe, it's important to remember: right now, forecasters don't expect the global economy to contract.
Sprint is a storied American brand, but it's one that could cease to exist if its $26 billion merger with T-Mobile is approved.
Bumble Bee Foods filed for bankruptcy on Thursday, blaming its "recent and significant legal challenges."
The growth of e-commerce has gutted many traditional retailers and led to the shuttering of brick-and-mortar stores. In response, many retail companies have shifted their focus away from physical stores and tried to rapidly grow their digital presence.
Two of the leaders of the online brokerage industry may be merging. Charles Schwab is said to be in talks to buy TD Ameritrade in a deal worth $26 billion according to multiple reports.
Walmart is doubling down in China despite an economic slowdown.
Home Depot is spending a lot of money to become a bigger player online, but the results aren't working out as well as the retailer had hoped. Home Depot reported revenue that missed forecasts Tuesday morning and lowered its sales outlook too.
With China's economy slowing, many market and economic experts believe that the United States has more leverage to negotiate favorable terms to end the trade war.
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