Income and revenue rose during the peak holiday season at FedEx, but higher fuel costs helped keep profit below Wall Street's forecast.
The second-largest homebuilder in the U.S. says the election of President Trump has sparked a surge in construction activity.
General Mills reported a bigger-than-expected 5.2 percent fall in quarterly sales on Tuesday, hurt by weak sales of yogurt and baking products in the United States, its biggest market.
Tiffany & Co. is reporting fourth-quarter earnings of $157.8 million.
The self-proclaimed ultimate driving machine has hit a pothole in the world's most important luxury market.
Delta Air Lines Inc. Chief Executive Ed Bastian on Thursday sounded an optimistic note for 2017 earnings and said he expects to meet soon with the company's newest and biggest investor, billionaire Warren Buffett.
Dick’s Sporting Goods continues its push to capitalize on the downfall of major rivals like Sports Authority.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra left the door open to future deals in car markets that are struggling to turn around.
Home Depot plans to hire 80,000 Americans to work in the retailer's stores and distribution centers this spring.
U.S. stocks retreated on Thursday, dragged by financial shares, while Caterpillar tumbled following news that federal officials searched the company's Illinois facilities.
U.S. teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch reported a 7 percent drop in quarterly sales on Thursday - the 16th straight quarterly decline.
Best Buy reported an unexpected decline in holiday-quarter same-store sales, hurt by weak demand for tablets, gaming consoles, wearable devices and mobile phones.
Lowe's forecast 2017 sales ahead of analysts' estimates and reported better-than-expected quarterly comparable-store sales.
A rapid 1,000-point advance for the Dow Jones Industrial is one for the history books.
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Target forecast a surprise drop in full-year sales at established stores on Tuesday and reported a steeper-than-expected fall in holiday-quarter sales due to "unexpected softness" at its stores.
U.S. stocks ended slightly higher on Monday and the Dow closed at a record high for a 12th straight session, as President Donald Trump said he would make a "big" infrastructure statement on Tuesday.
Warren Buffett's company says fourth-quarter profit improved 15 percent, but most of the gains came from the paper value of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s investments and derivative contracts.
Wall Street edged higher on Friday, with the Dow extending its streak of record-setting gains to 11 days, as increases in utilities and other safety plays outweighed declines in financials.
The department-store chain will shutter 130 to 140 stores as it races to reinvent itself online and cut dead weight.