Sears sought to alleviate concerns among investors about the state of the floundering retailer, which issued an ominous disclosure earlier this week.
Car dealers and manufacturers are under pressure this week after Ally Financial rekindled forecasts for weakening used-car prices.
FedEx sees Amazon.com as a friend, not a foe, despite the e-commerce giant’s growing in-house delivery business.
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Disruptor Capital CEO Pete Snyder, former Bush '41 campaign advisor Mark Serrano and Democratic strategist Richard Fowler weigh in on President Trump's tariffs policy and how it will affect U.S.-China relations.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday denied a request to list what would have been the first U.S. exchange-traded fund built to track bitcoin, the digital currency.
British police have arrested seven people in the investigation into an attacker who killed three people and injured about 40.
U.K. police early Thursday raided a residence in Birmingham that has been linked to the deadly Westminster attacks, with several arrests made, according to media reports.
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.
China stocks ended slightly higher on Thursday, despite a slump in Shanghai B shares amid worries over tight liquidity and stepped-up regulation.
Most Asian benchmarks were higher Thursday after Wall Street steadied overnight.
The Nikkei share average edged up on Thursday, crawling back from a 1-1/2-month low, as support from a weaker yen helped offset a political scandal centered on the wife of Japan's prime minister.
The United States won their first World Baseball Classic title with an 8-0 victory over Puerto Rico in Los Angeles.
Jay Clayton, the Wall Street attorney tapped by President Trump to lead the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, will face questions on his vision for the agency at his confirmation hearing on Thursday.
Oil prices rallied from four-month lows on Thursday but the recovery was cautious with investors concerned that OPEC-led supply cuts were not yet reducing record U.S. crude inventories.