Kraft-Heinz, Unilever, Wal-Mart, Home Depot among stocks to watch U.S. equities looked set to pick up on their record run, with stock futures briefly tapping fresh highs in holiday-thinned Monday trading as investors prepared for key data and results from retailers this week.
Wal-Mart will report fiscal fourth-quarter results before the market opens Tuesday.
Catalina Magazine Publisher Cathy Areu and the California Women's Leadership Association's Ashley Hayek on Ivanka Trump and the backlash against her clothing line.
A food fight might be brewing on Wall Street after Unilever rebuffed a proposed mega deal by Kraft Heinz.
Macy's investors will be closely eyeing the company's fourth-quarter earnings announcement Tuesday for updates about a possible takeover by Hudson's Bay and what's in store for the future of the 158-year old company.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday defended the controversial border adjustment tax, which he called “good manufacturing policy,” during his weekly press conference with the media.
Demand for firearms tapered off to close 2016, according to Cabela's.
Wendy's reported declining earnings and sales in the fourth quarter as the company shed company-operated stores in favor of franchise-operated restaurants.
Amid social-media shaming and calls for a boycott, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank appeared to distance himself Wednesday from bullish comments he made last week about President Trump’s economic agenda, addressing the company's hometown of Baltimore in an open letter.
National Retail Federation Senior VP David French on his meeting at the White House with President Trump.
U.S. retail sales rose more than expected in January as households bought electronics and a range of other goods, pointing to sustained domestic demand that should bolster economic growth in the first quarter.
Russia, Trump's meetings and Obamacare. Here's what's On Our Radar today: Fallout continues to mount after former national security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn resigned.
PepsiCo reported a 5 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Wednesday, as the company benefited from higher demand for its healthier beverages and snacks in North America.
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet on Wednesday with the chief executives of eight large retailers, including Target Corp, Best Buy Co Inc and J.C. Penney Company Inc, to discuss tax reform and infrastructure improvements, according to people with knowledge of the meeting.
As millennials’ disposable incomes grow, two disruptive online lingerie startups are looking to tap in and gain a bigger piece of the $13.5 billion intimate-apparel market.
Paint, sip, repeat.
Flynn, Yellen, Apple and Valentine’s Day. Here’s what’s On Our Radar today: Someone from Trump’s administration has already called it quits.
Adore Me, a lingerie startup, is taking a bite out of the big lingerie retailers. Their secret exposed!
FBN's Cheryl Casone discusses why Sears dropped Trump's line of home furnishings from their collections.
They kick-started a trend, Cathy Deano and Renee Maloney tell the story of how they developed the leading paint and sip franchise, Painting with a Twist.