Retailer JCPenney has reportedly hired advisers to examine debt restructuring opportunities, sources told Reuters.
A U.K. oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz was seized by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard on Friday, the military branch said, claiming the vessel was operating against “international maritime laws and regulations.”
Christian Book Distributors had been known by the acronym CBD, which is associated with cannabidiol, the non-psychoactive compound found in marijuana plants.
Neutrogena announced it has recalled its Light Therapy Acne Mask and Activator due to a risk of an eye injury.
The city of Orlando said it will stop testing Amazon’s facial recognition software, a report stated.
Krispy Kreme is celebrating its birthday with a deal on a dozen doughnuts plus a birthday cake batter-filled doughnut.
Anime fans around the world started donating to a crowd-funding site that will help fund rebuilding efforts and support survivors.
Nearly a week ahead of Boeing’s second-quarter earnings release, the company on Thursday announced that it would take a $4.9 billion charge related to the grounding of 737 Max jets.
What was meant to be a two-day pop-up event in New York to showcase a 99 cent sneaker collaboration between Arizona Iced Tea and Adidas reportedly turned ugly Thursday morning, leading to injuries, arrests and the closure of the event, officials said.
Federal prosecutors argued that Epstein was a flight risk because of his substantial wealth.
The Food and Drug Administration is letting people know the sexual-enhancement drug contains an active ingredient not listed on the box.
More bans are being implemented in Berkeley, California.
Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling for the FBI to look into the Russian company operating the app that morphs people’s faces to look older.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announced in a blog post Monday that Virgin Holidays will stop selling tickets and promote attractions that “involve captive cetaceans, such as whales and dolphins.”
A man stormed the animation studio, spreading an unidentified liquid before lighting it on fire.
Prosecutors in Massachusetts dropped their case against actor Kevin Spacey, who was accused of groping a young man in 2016.
Protests in the region have ocean liners pivoting their scheduled port stops in San Juan.
An analysis by Parks Associates predicts OTT or over-the-top media services and pay-for-TV companies lost $9.1 billion in revenue and will grow to $12.5 billion in 2024 due to piracy or sharing account passwords.
British publisher Pearson announced Tuesday it was going to stop publishing college textbooks in print and will shift to digital instead.
A federal judge in Brooklyn handed down the sentence Wednesday.