Bankrupt U.S. retailer Sears Holdings Corp will take a charge of about $443 million arising from store closures, a regulatory filing showed on Tuesday.
U.S. chipmaker Micron Technology Inc on Tuesday gave a quarterly sales and profit forecast well below Wall Street's estimates, citing a market glut of memory chips as consumer and business demand for phones and computers is weakening.
The benchmark S&P 500 stock index ended little changed in a choppy trading session on Tuesday as the possibility of a partial U.S. government shutdown raised investor jitters ahead of a highly anticipated meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Johnson & Johnson on Monday scrambled to contain fallout from a Reuters report that the healthcare conglomerate knew for decades that cancer-causing asbestos lurked in its Baby Powder, taking out full-page newspaper ads defending its product and practices, and readying its chief executive for his first television interview since investors erased tens of billions of dollars from the company’s market value.
U.S. package delivery company FedEx Corp on Tuesday cut its 2019 forecast after Europe's economy weakened and trade skirmishes exacerbated a slowdown in China, sending its shares tumbling 6 percent in after-hours trade.
The S&P 500 hit its lowest point in 2018 on Monday. An early rebound off those lows faded as energy stocks declined on Tuesday.
When CBS ousted its former chief executive, it agreed to pay his legal bills into the future — an arrangement likely to cost CBS tens of millions.
Though options are limited for now, they exist. For starters, parents should recognize that they are confronting an addiction to nicotine, which is hard to break.
Higher production than expected in Russia and the United States suggest that an OPEC deal to reduce supply might not do enough to stabilize prices.
Lockheed Martin Corp has been awarded a $585 million U.S. defense contract for a Homeland Defense Radar in Hawaii, the Pentagon said on Tuesday.
A federal judge said on Tuesday that he was considering using a court-appointed monitor to make sure CVS Health Corp refrains from fully integrating with insurer Aetna while he examines the companies' settlement with the government.
Search company Yelp and lobby group Consumer Watchdog lost their joint bid to intervene in Google's challenge of a 2.4 billion euro ($2.7 billion) EU antitrust fine after a court said they had no direct interest in the case.
Uber Technologies Inc received approval from Pennsylvania to resume self-driving car testing on public roads this week, state records show, nine months after it suspended the program following a deadly accident in Arizona.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday further sought to pressure the Federal Reserve as the central bank prepared to start its two-day policy meeting, warning the Fed's board not to "make yet another mistake" ahead of an expected interest rate hike.
Global equity markets dipped on Tuesday as nervous investors awaited indications whether the Federal Reserve will be able to raise interest rates much further amid turbulent markets and a weakening outlook for the global economy.
Glencore-controlled Katanga Mining Ltd said on Tuesday it agreed to pay more than $22 million to settle Canadian allegations of inadequate historical disclosures of its finances and activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The sell-off in stocks isn’t the only ominous economic sign emanating from financial markets. The bond markets, much more closely linked to the actual economy, are also flashing a warning.
Parents, schools and public health experts struggle to find effective ways to help young people quit e-cigarettes. “There is no sound science yet.”
The Chinese tech giant cultivated a hard-charging spirit in its quest for world dominance. Some employees may have been pushed too far.
With the ‘Yellow Vest‘ movement widening the country’s budget shortfall, the French government is accelerating a plan to hit companies like Apple, Facebook and Google with a big bill.
The professor, a star in his field, resigned from the American Economic Association’s executive committee in the face of pressure from other members.
The big online dating rebrand means the apps want you to fall in love with them now.
Untangling the origins of a myth repeated so often that no one thought to question it.
US President advises the central bank to 'feel the market' ahead of an expected interest rate rise.
At an event commemorating a leaders’ conclave in 1978, China’s president emphasized a singular message: Don’t question the wisdom, foresight and omnipotence of the Communist Party.
Fishing enthusiasts helped Angling Direct to bumper takings on Black Friday.
A mother tells of her financial struggle as regulators outline plans to simplify overdraft fees.
Flights will restart more than 10 years after it halted services following a major hotel bombing.
The fashion label started by the former Spice Girl reports another loss and pledges to cut costs.
One of the great hopes of the UK tech sector, Blippar, collapses following a funding dispute.
Proposals by the regulator would lead to lower returns for investors, but save customers money.
US broadcaster refuses Les Moonves' severance deal following claims of sexual misconduct.
The 35-year-old quit her job in finance and went on to build one of the world's biggest make-up brands.
Courier firms are struggling to cope with the rise of online shopping, and tech can only help so much.
Britain's largest carmaker faces a difficult year amid fears that big job cuts are on the way.
Regulator says 'robust reform' of the audit market is needed after high-profile company failures.