Luxury retailer Tiffany, once famous for its “please return to Tiffany” necklaces and bracelets, is struggling to appeal to Millennial consumers.
The head of U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has called for hearings next month on the proposed merger between the DuPont Co. and Dow Chemical, as well as on broader issues of consolidation within the seed and chemical industry.
The outrage over the surging price of Mylan’s (NASDAQ:MYL) EpiPen continues while the company’s board remains silent.
FBN's Charles Payne on last year's Dow flash crash.
Allergy Kids Foundation Founder Robyn O' Brien and Portfolio Wealth Advisors Lee Munson on the increase in EpiPen prices.
GOP Strategist Cathy Taylor, Democratic Strategist Christopher Hahn and RNC Finance Co-Chair Mica Mosbacher on Bill Clinton defending the Clinton Foundation.
Why La-Z-Boy and National Beverage stocks made big moves as indexes fell on Wednesday.
The nation's biggest bank controls nearly $25 trillion worth of assets.
The video game publisher found some new, influential buyers last quarter.
Japan's ambassador to the U.S. says his country has authorized $2 million to support a feasibility study on building a high-speed train between Baltimore and Washington.
California lawmakers voted Wednesday to extend the state's landmark climate change law — the most aggressive in the nation — by another 10 years, resisting fierce opposition from oil companies and other business interests to keep the program alive at least through 2030.
A prepared foods specialist, a title insurer, and a soon-to-be-acquired utilities operator hiked their payouts last week.
Wal-Mart has struggled to successfully integrate other e-commerce companies. Could Jet.com be any different?
Karl Rove, former senior advisor to President George W. Bush, on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's fundraising strategies.
Opening more stores while comparable sales fall will lead to investor indigestion.
'Clinton Cash' Author Peter Schweizer on the Clinton Foundation scandal.
Maybe the Chicago White Sox will change their luck by changing the name of their stadium.
Starting in May, government computers would be air-gapped, or removed from the public Internet.
The US Open is right around the corner and already there is one undisputed champ: the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on U.S. payments to Iran.
An accomplished photographer who lets the public use thousands of her images of America for free has sued the Getty Images photo agency in New York for more than $1 billion, saying it's improperly selling her work and sending threatening letters to those who don't pay.
The company said revenue is moving in the right direction and that augmented reality will soon take a more prominent role. Management also talked about tech trends that the company will be able to cash in on.
Authorities say a former Bismarck securities and insurance agent defrauded more than 40 people out of more than $3 million in a scam that lasted about 14 years.
Figures on government spending and debt in millions of dollars.
It's the dawn of HR 2.0. Failing to upgrade could cost you your people.
Guess Inc. shares soared 14.2% in Wednesday after-hours trading after the apparel and accessories company reported fiscal second-quarter earnings and same-store sales that beat consensus.
The founder and former CEO of an online public school that educates thousands of Pennsylvania students pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal tax fraud, acknowledging he siphoned more than $8 million from The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School through for-profit and nonprofit companies he controlled.