Nike’s decision to feature Kaepernick in the campaign, which commemorates the 30th anniversary of its “Just Do It” slogan, drew a mixed reaction on social media.
The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): ___ 9:40 a.m.
U.S. stocks are little changed Friday morning as banks climb but retailers and big-dividend stocks slide.
The luxury retailer Henri Bendel, which opened its doors in New York's Greenwich Village at the end of the 19th century, is closing.
US retail sales rise 0.1 percent, weakest gain in 6 months, as auto and clothing sales fall.
Government data show Chinese factory output held up in August but investment weakened, adding to challenges for communist leaders in the midst of a tariff battle with Washington.
Nike has found itself into another political controversy with its CEO taking a public stance in the debate over sanctuary laws.
Nike CEO Mark Parker pledges to save Oregon's 30-year-old sanctuary law.
Sears has shuttered dozens of stores in recent months in a bid to trim operating costs after several years of major sales declines.
Target plans to hire more than 120,000 people for the busy holiday shopping season, a 20 percent increase from last year.
WD-40 is embarking on the most exciting time in the company’s history, the CEO said.
A state of emergency in North Carolina makes price gouging illegal
WD-40 Company CEO Garry Ridge on the company's 65th anniversary and its diverse line of products.
The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m.
The company, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, said its adjusted gross margin fell 36 basis points in the second quarter from a year earlier.
Nevada's prisons pharmacy chief testified Wednesday that she obtained drugs for the lethal injection of a convicted killer despite knowing that drug manufacturers didn't want their products used for executions.
Badgley Mischka tells FOX Business that the fashion house is having a “banner year” due in part to a robust economic outlook.
Bob Woodward's "Fear" is spreading quickly.
American designers James Mischka and Mark Badgley, the founders of the fashion label Badgley and Mischka, discuss their soaring sales in the midst of Fashion Week in New York City.
The shipping company made the change to meet growing e-commerce demand.