Wednesday's Democratic debate, the fifth this year, was the least-watched debate of this election cycle. The ratings for MSNBC were down more than 20% from last month's match-up on CNN.
A former USA Today digital sales director has sued the newspaper for allegedly discriminating and retaliating against her after she told her managers that she was pregnant.
Two of Disney's most successful movie franchises are about to hit theaters again, and toymaker Hasbro needs people to buy as many toys, figurines and games as they can to gain lost ground this holiday season.
Edible Arrangements has finally reached nirvana. The company is rolling out a new CBD-infused product line that is appropriately titled Incredible Edibles.
Ray Dalio doesn't want to use the word "recession" when talking about the global economy. But he does believe it is headed for what he dubbed the "Great Sag."
Two of the leaders of the online brokerage industry may be merging. Charles Schwab is said to be in talks to buy TD Ameritrade in a deal worth $26 billion according to multiple reports.
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Record low interest rates are forcing the world's best pension system to take drastic action aimed at staving off cuts to payouts that were once unthinkable.
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Embattled UAW President Gary Jones resigned his post Wednesday as the union's leadership was seeking to remove him from office because he allegedly misused union funds.
A lawyer representing Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the National Security Council's Ukraine expert who testified publicly this week in the impeachment hearings, sent a letter to Fox News on Wednesday asking the network for a retraction.
SpaceX has launched at least 120 Starlink satellites into orbit since May. But astronomers say they've already seen their fears of sky obstruction come to fruition.
General Motors has filed a federal lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, arguing it was hurt by the rival automaker's corrupt labor relations with the United Auto Workers union.
Bad news for spicy fast food fans: A popular Burger King sauce is in short supply because of the ripple effect of a global horseradish shortage.
The marriage of SunTrust and BB&T received the blessing of financial watchdogs on Tuesday, paving the way for the formation of America's sixth-largest commercial bank.
More companies are abandoning causes championed by Prince Andrew after the British royal's car crash interview about his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Produce is the first thing customers see when they enter Walmart and a key part of the retailer's defense against Amazon. So Walmart is giving its produce aisles a makeover.
These days, everyone is concerned about foreign actors spreading disinformation in the run-up to elections. Until now, in the United Kingdom at least, we've not had to worry about the governing party indulging in the same practice.
Citibank is beefing up its checking account offering with free ATM withdrawals and higher yields. It's battling online-only banks that have been luring consumers with low costs and big perks. Kind of.
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America's banks have rapidly shut down branches over the past decade to slash costs and adapt to a world in which deposits can be made on smartphones.
China's central bank is further loosening its purse strings as the country grapples with a slumping economy and a prolonged trade war with the United States.
Alibaba put a price on its highly anticipated Hong Kong stock market debut on Wednesday, the world's biggest share sale of the year so far.
Tuesday's marathon hearing in the Trump impeachment inquiry began at 9 a.m. Eastern and ended around 8:25 p.m. On Fox News, Tucker Carlson was dismissive of the four witnesses, saying "the circus train of impeachment remains stalled on the tracks." But others saw a deepening crisis rather th…
Climate change will have an impact on economic growth over the next decade — and not for the better. North America is no exception, but it is better off than the rest of the world.
Allbirds co-founder Joey Zwillinger called out Amazon for releasing a private-label shoe that looks nearly identical to his company's iconic "Wool Runner" sneakers in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour Monday.
Investigators of a fatal accident on a Southwest Airlines plane last year recommend that Boeing retrofit the engines of nearly 7,000 jets to prevent a repeat of the accident.
Kraft Heinz Food Company has issued a voluntary recall of three varieties of their Breakstone's Cottage Cheese products due to potential contamination of metal and plastic pieces.
Boeing finally has found buyers for its troubled 737 Max jets, the first firm orders for its bestselling plane since it was grounded in March.
The state of California is taking aim at GM, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan and other automakers that are aligning with the Trump administration in its battle over emissions rules.
Kohl's innovative strategy to draw customers into its stores won the company praise and fans on Wall Street. But shoppers are going elsewhere, and investors are losing confidence in Kohl's.
Home Depot is spending a lot of money to become a bigger player online, but the results aren't working out as well as the retailer had hoped. Home Depot reported revenue that missed forecasts Tuesday morning and lowered its sales outlook too.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has launched a new mid-range restaurant chain just six months after his UK dining empire collapsed.
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Fewer international students are coming to the United States. That's hurting American universities and the economy.
McDonald's has agreed to pay what could be tens of millions of dollars to New Zealand employees after becoming embroiled in a nationwide payroll debacle.
A man is suing Burger King because the meatless Impossible Whopper is cooked on the same grill as meat products, the lawsuit alleges.