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Sears has officially filed for bankruptcy after years of poor sales and massive losses. This map shows where Sears and Kmart will remain — for now — after filing for bankruptcy.
Stocks sold off on Thursday as the market turmoil that started last week still has not been completely flushed out of the market as investors eye some key earnings expected out Friday morning.
Ebay claims online retail giant Amazon deployed an illegal scheme to recruit eBay’s “high-value” sellers to Amazon, in a California lawsuit filed Thursday in a Silicon Valley court.
All three of the major indices sold off into the close on Thursday, and the selling accelerated midday after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced that he will not be attending a summit in Saudi Arabia.
Lululemon founder and former CEO Chip Wilson spoke about his vision for the company while appearing on “The Final Round."
Stocks were whipped in late trading on Thursday, as we head towards another big market close. PayPal is also reporting earnings after the bell, and we’ll be live with the results.
The Consumers Union graded 25 of America's favorite burger chains, and 22 of them received "F" grades.
The SEC told four of Elon Musk's companies that they will not be disqualified from exemptions from securities registration law in light of Musks's run-in with securities fraud law.
Fed Vice Chair Randal Quarles said Thursday that he has an "optimistic" outlook on the economy, adding that his preferred rate hike path is "more gradual" than others on the Fed.
Amazon's relatively hidden shadow site, smile.amazon.com, donates .5% of every purchase to a charity of your choice. So far, the donations total nearly $100 million. But is there a catch?
Square's new $399 device hopes to capture a tranche of new business, targeting the million-plus sellers across the U.S. that use traditional credit card terminals.
Prominent members of the world's business community are dropping out of Saudi Arabia's Future Investment Initiative, commonly known as Davos of the Middle East.
DAZN, the UK-based "Netflix of sports," is spending big on boxing to get a foothold in America, starting with combat sports.
The market is bracing for volatility on election night, a change from recent midterm elections which traders expected to see come and go without a big swing.
Nike will continue to race ahead in the sneaker space as it aggressively expands its digital presence, according to Oppenheimer.