Former Walmart (NYSE:WMT) CEO Bill Simon and Target (NYSE:TGT) CEO Brian Cornell took part in a hearing before the House Ways and Means Committee Tuesday, warning the GOP’s proposed border adjustment tax could take a bite out of middle- and lower-income Americans’ finances.
Pope Francis has hired a new team of consultants to help him beef up his social media presence.
Firm partner Jim Donovan is still interested in serving President Donald Trump in some capacity.
Harley-Davidson, which has received praise from President Trump, confirmed that it will open a new plant in Thailand in late 2018.
This morning, the western world, the Judeo-Christian world of Europe and America, is confronted with Islamic terror.
Sotheby's Tad Smith on the record-breaking $110.5 million sale of a Basquiat painting at the company's recent auction.
Former Reagan Executive Assistant Peggy Grande gives you a look into the final years of the former president's life.
Ford, which faces a transition to a tech-focused automaker and skepticism on Wall Street, elevated mobility chief Jim Hackett to CEO.
In an industry plagued by bankruptcies and declining sales, one fast casual chain is breaking the mold.
Despite a 2015 hack that left the information of more than 37 million users on the infamous cheating site Ashley Madison vulnerable, millions of new users have flooded to the site since, registering at a clip of 400,000 new global users per month, the company said.
FBN's Jeff Flock on the management shakeup at Ford.
Alexandria Real Estate Equities CEO Joel Marcus on outlook for commercial real estate.
Ford is replacing CEO Mark Fields as it struggles to keep its traditional auto-manufacturing business running smoothly while remaking itself as a nimble, high-tech provider of new mobility services.
Under political fire at home, U.S. President Donald Trump sealed a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Saturday on his maiden foreign trip as he struggled to shift attention from the aftermath of his firing of the director of the FBI.
About 37,000 AT&T Inc workers, or less than 14 percent of the company's total workforce, began a three-day strike on Friday after failing to reach an agreement with the No. 2 U.S. wireless carrier over new contracts.
U.S. private equity firm Blackstone and Saudi Arabia's main sovereign wealth fund said on Saturday they planned to create a $40 billion vehicle to invest in infrastructure projects, mainly in the United States.
The annual four-day Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) - a collaboration between U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and the National Defense Industry Association – gives companies large and small the chance to get their innovations in front of US Special Operations.
President Donald Trump may be having a rough go in the United States these days, but in Saudi Arabia, on his first foreign trip as President of the United States, he is getting a royal welcome layered with pomp and circumstance.
U.S. technology and engineering conglomerate GE said on Saturday it had signed $15 billion of business deals with Saudi Arabia as part of the kingdom's drive to diversify its economy beyond oil.
IBM just announced to its employees work from the office or find a new job. The numbers on this workforce trend reversal!