The $13.7 billion deal has yet to be signed and sealed, so there’s still time for other competitors to ignite a bidding war for the struggling grocery chain…the question is: Will the effort be worth it?
Struggling department-store retailer Sears on Friday said it will shutter another 20 stores – including 18 Sears stores and two Kmart locations – by mid-September, as it continues to respond to an industry-wide shift in consumer shopping habits that’s hitting traditional retailers particularly hard.
Shares of home-furnishings retailer Bed Bath & Beyond sank more than 12% on Friday, on pace for their lowest closing level since 2009, after earnings missed expectations amid continued challenges in a highly competitive retail environment.
Former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder on why he believes Sen. Rand Paul (R-Texas) is 'plain wrong' on health care.
U.S. stocks ended higher on Friday after a last-minute trading spike and a technology sector gain offset weakness in financial stocks and sent the Nasdaq higher, giving it a weekly gain for the first time in three weeks.
Rafferty Capital Markets equity research analyst Dick Bove, The Wall Street Journal chief economics correspondent Jon Hilsenrath, and Manhattan Institute senior fellow Diana Furchtgott-Roth, weigh in on the current state of the U.S. banking system.
George Young, Portfolio Manager of the Villere Balanced Fund (VILLX) weighs in on why investors shouldn't get attached to their stocks and should diversify their portfolios.
American Airlines Group said on Thursday Qatar Airways had expressed interest in buying a 10 percent stake in the U.S. airline.
Wall Street's major indexes ended little changed on Thursday as gains in healthcare stocks after Senate Republicans unveiled their proposal to replace Obamacare were offset by declines in financial and consumer staples sectors.
S&P Global Vice President Erin Gibbs on where she believes investors should place their money this summer.
Former CIA analyst specializing in North Korea and Former Goldman Sachs Senior Partner Peter Kiernan on whether China can impose sanctions on North Korea.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco and Kingsview Asset Management's Scott Martin weigh in on the impact of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's decision to step down.
The S&P 500 and Dow stock indexes were weighed down by falling energy shares as oil prices fell on Wednesday and added to investor concerns about low inflation, while healthcare and technology stocks helped lift the Nasdaq Composite index.
Shares of Snap, the parent company of disappearing-messaging app Snapchat, slipped as investors fretted about increased competition from Facebook’s Instagram Stories rival.
Rafferty Capital Markets banking analyst Dick Bove on how global stability has affected the markets.
U.S. stocks closed lower on Tuesday as a sharp drop in oil prices hurt energy stocks and retail stocks were pulled down by concerns about Amazon.com's
he fashion apparel maker, which shuttered all of its bricks-and-mortar store locations last month after a four-decade industry run, will get new life as an e-commerce retailer.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with the S&P 500 and the Dow hitting record highs with growth sectors such as technology in favor again as investors appeared to regain confidence in the economy after upbeat comments from Federal Reserve officials.
While tech’s top business leaders gathered at the White House Monday to work with the administration on streamlining processes and cutting the costs of bureaucracy through a technological overhaul, venture capitalists in attendance could be seeking out the next wave of investment opportunities created by the government’s latest push.
Kaltbaum Capital Management's Gary Kaltbaum on how the special election in Georgia and the Trump agenda will affect investors.