Abraham Hamilton of the American Family Association on boycotting Target over its bathroom policy.
Smart employers are looking to technology to reduce their headcount and maintain their profits. This is not such great news for people looking for jobs. But it’s reality.
Amazon.com's shares jumped in early trading on Friday, a day after the company reported profit and revenue that swept away analysts' estimates along with doubts about the online retailer's investment spree.
Book retailer Leonard Riggio said in an interview Tuesday that he will step down as executive chairman of Barnes & Noble Inc., following the company's annual meeting scheduled for September.
FBN's Ashley Webster reports the number of Americans taking week-long river cruises in Europe is rising. He takes a tour of one of the luxury boats.
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Coach is in the midst of a turnaround.
As Chicago prepares to host the NFL Draft for the second consecutive year this week, city and league officials are adamant that the event will inject tens of millions of dollars into the local economy. But a leading Chicago-based sports economist says the actual financial boost may be far smaller.
Target is eyeing the wellness market and enlisting top fitness brands like Tracy Anderson.
Dow component Procter & Gamble reported a 3Q profit of $0.86 per share, topping the estimate for $0.82. Revenue for the company came in at $15.8 billion, matching Wall Street expectations.
Whirlpool posted a lower than expected quarterly net profit on Tuesday, as cost and capacity reductions were offset by soft demand in emerging markets and unfavorable currency exchange, the company said.
Tech analyst Jess Leslie, Geek Factory CEO Peter Shankman and FBN's Deirdre Bolton on the success of the Apple Watch since its debut a year ago.
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Chicago Cubs ace starting pitcher Jake Arrieta hurled his second career no-hitter Thursday against the Cincinnati Reds just hours after he announced a new endorsement deal with menswear startup Mizzen+Main, which wasted no time in incorporating the historic feat into its marketing campaign.
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson warned on Friday that automakers are “overly optimistic” in their sales goals, citing weaker retail demand in the first quarter.
The highly anticipated HBO drama “Game of Thrones” returns Sunday with many unanswered questions. One in particular strikes a chord to many fans of the show.
After growing sales by more than 50% between 2010 and 2015, upscale retailer Nordstrom saw a sharp slowdown in sales gains starting last summer.
What: Target Corporation has added its name to the parade of retailers hiking their minimum wage to $10 an hour.Reuters reported earlier this week that the nation's third-largest general merchandise retailer has started lifting wages for the second time in two years.The wage hike is expected to be completed by May.
Sears Holdings will close another 78 U.S. stores as it tries to return to profitability after five consecutive years of losses.
BodyArmor founder Mike Repole spoke to FOXBusiness.com about his strategy to shake Gatorade's decades-long dominance.