The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
"I'm doing it because I hope we can negotiate an end to this for the good of the country and because I have high regard for the president and for Bob Mueller," Giuliani told The Washington Post.
The union is part of a national wave of activism trying to get the firearms industry to improve gun safety and sales policies.
Lance Armstrong has reached a $5 million settlement with the federal government in a whistleblower lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages.
A bullish view on energy giant Schlumberger ahead of its earnings report, with Mark Tepper of Strategic Wealth Partners.
United Capital CEO Joe Duran is sticking to his prediction of another correction for the S&P 500 before the end of the year
Trump told reporters that Rosenstein and Mueller are "still here" despite rumors about the president firing them.
Cuba has a new president – and for the first time in six decades, his last name is not Castro, and now Cuba must sort out the lines of authority between party and state, William M. LeoGrande explains in The Conversation.
Beijing's tit-for-tat trade spat with Washington could come back to bite China when it comes to soybeans.
Pruitt spent about $45,000 to fly five people to Australia to prepare for a planned trip that was later canceled.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and J.P. Morgan warns their clients iPhone sales may come in below expectations.
International trade issues should be dealt with globally, Pierre Moscovici says.
The Senate narrowly confirmed President Donald Trump's choice of Oklahoma Republican James Bridenstine to run NASA.
Amazon is competing for what could be an extensive lucrative contract with the Department of Defense.
The FDA chief said he worries PBMs have been "complacent participants" in schemes to keep biosimilars off the market.
Trump aims to give a boost to Blackburn in a red-state race Republicans cannot afford to lose in November.
Retailers will need to have both an online presence and physical stores, says former Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren.
Republican mega donors have indicated to Kasich's top political lieutenants that they are willing to back him over Trump under certain circumstances, sources told CNBC.
The DOJ's inspector general made the referral for criminal charges against McCabe.
Goldman Sachs is looking for talent in unusual places because it is trying to pull off a radical makeover, offsetting persistent weakness in its core business of trading by pushing into lending, the Financial Times reports.
These ex-SpaceX engineers moved into the field of biology, which they say is undergoing a massive shift.
Small-cap stocks are just a stone's throw away from the recent all-time highs.
Associates can earn certificates and associates degrees in high-demand fields.
Cohen is being investigated by federal authorities for potential crimes, and saw his properties searched last week.
The SEC has proposed rules that aim to mitigate conflicts of interest by brokers working with retail clients.
Former US President Barack Obama commended Parkland student activists for "speaking truth to power" in TIME magazine.
The engine was manufactured by a joint venture of General Electric and France's Safran Aircraft Engines.
The geopolitical turbulence and volatility putting downward pressure on stocks is working out just fine for commodities.
Workers in a select number of Walmart's stores are now allowed to wear blue jeans.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson testified on Thursday in support of the telecom giant's proposed merger with Time Warner.
As 4.20 comes around, Adam Bierman takes stock of three milestones that mark a tipping point for legal weed.
The company now reaches 100 million members worldwide.
Long before Donald Trump’s attorney paid Stormy Daniels or had his office raided by the FBI, a pattern was established: The associates of Michael Cohen have often been disciplined, disbarred, accused or convicted of crimes, ProPublica reports.
J.P. Morgan Chase reportedly ousted its special operations head Peter Cavicchia III five years ago after learning that his insider security group had spied on the bank's top executives.
The effort comes as Ivy League universities, which will bear the brunt of the tax, ramp up their lobbying efforts.
Small-cap stocks are crushing their larger peers so far this year and approaching all-time highs as the first-quarter earnings season gets underway.
Nearly 60 House members will not run for re-election this year, with most departures coming on the Republican side.
As Amazon continues to expand, propelling Bezos to the richest man in the world, his annual shareholder letters are drawing even wider appreciation among business leaders and executives worldwide.
After adding billions of dollars in the last week, Netflix is edging closer to surpassing the Walt Disney Co.'s market cap.
'The nerds have taken over the world. Now they're showing signs of being drunk on such power,' said GV partner M.G. Siegler.
Epidiolex would be the first drug on the market derived from the cannabis plant.
Amazon is expected to make a big leap in the apparel market this year.
In advance of Earth Day, Apple on Thursday announced several new recycling initiatives and debuted Daisy, a recycling robot adept at disassembling iPhones.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos explains the method that helps deal with bad reviews and "billions of dollars' worth of failures."
That's more than taxpayers shelled out for paintings of his three predecessors combined.
If bitcoin can't recover $8,600 soon, bitcoin "miners" will likely find it unprofitable to keep creating the cryptocurrency, Morgan Stanley analysts said.
Shares of Clorox fall 5 percent after Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock, noting the company will face strong headwinds in the near future.
Paying only the minimum is a popular idea but not a good one.
Google is pitching brands to sponsor videos for a new "how to" feature that it plans to launch for its smart assistant at its developer's conference in May.
Music news themes can be traced all the way back to the 1900s when film studios began incorporating music and sounds in newsreels.
23andMe wants users to rate their treatments for some conditions such as depression and asthma in a new feature.
A major Asian chip manufacturer that makes hardware for cryptocurrency mining blamed cryptocurrency uncertainty for its weaker than expected guidance for the second quarter.
Jonah Reider, once known as the “dorm room chef,” runs NYC supper club, Pith, where tickets sells out in minutes.
It's hard to imagine an offense by President Trump rising to the level of impeachment, says Eric Yaverbaum.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing said poor demand in the smartphone market is hurting its sales.
Sleep Number shares dropped as much as 13 percent.
In these 16 states, it takes more than five years to put together a down payment.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos says in annual letter the employee benefit he is 'particularly proud' of is education reimbursement.
Shares of Snap-on soared over 9 percent following a favorable earnings announcement on Thursday morning, making it the biggest gainer in the S&P 500.
Law enforcement is investigating the death of H.R. McMaster Sr., the father of President Donald Trump's former national security adviser.
The 50-inch-tall statue of the girl with her hands on her hips drew praise and criticism
VC Bill Gurley explained in a blog post why he thinks Uber's biggest success is often overlooked.
Philip Morris has touted Japan as a success story for iQOS, its heat-not-burn tobacco product.
Amazon founder and CEO JEff Bezos writes in his letter to shareholders that at Amazon, Microsoft Powerpoint is out.
Genetic disease risk screening is becoming a popular employee benefit. But experts say the tests may not be all that beneficial for the general population, the New York Times reports.
Voices from the left and the right slammed former FBI director James Comey over the revelations in his new book, "A Higher Loyalty," USA Today reports.
Amazon rolled out a new feature on Thursday that lets you create custom responses for Alexa on your Amazon Echo. Here's how to do that.
Student loan debt has become a major barrier to home ownership in America.
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The #MeToo movement's reach has been far and wide. But it still hasn't taken off in the office.
The two black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks tell ABC they hope what happened to them never happens again.
The multinational makers of everything are under pressure to boost revenues.
If you've logged into a website or app using the "login with Facebook" feature, your data could have been exposed to third-party trackers.
If your savings account isn't keeping pace with inflation, you are losing money.
Sources tell CNBC Qualcomm is "very concerned" with the fate of an NXP Semiconductors deal.
The billionaire gave the speech to high school graduates in 1986.
The lack of trust among global trade partners must be fixed, IMG managing director Christine Lagarde told CNBC.
Pier 1 Imports' stock plummeted Thursday morning after the company reported sales that missed analysts' expectations.
Cohen is accused in the dossier of attending a "secret liaison with the Kremlin" in Prague among other allegations.
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Takeda is in negotiations with Shire to acquire the London company after an unsuccessful $61 billion bid.
Oil hit three-year highs as falling crude stocks and strong gasoline demand boosted a market already on the rise.
"I know you won a Grammy and an Oscar," Leno tells him. "If you win the Indianapolis 500, I'm going to be pissed."
They're made from Egyptian cotton.
"You don't have to reinvent the wheel."
Retiring earlier than expected could throw a wrench into retirement health costs. Here's how to plan for success.
Cuba lawmakers announced they had elected Miguel Diaz-Canel to replace Raul Castro as president, marking a new chapter for the Communist-run island.
Legendary inventor Dean Kamen is working on a venture to manufacture human organs with the backing of the Pentagon
The book will chronicle the Parkland shooting and how students aimed to start a revolution to stop gun violence.
Kraken co-founder and CEO Jesse Powell said the cryptocurrency exchange will not comply with the New York Attorney General's request for information.
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Survey Monkey is breaking from the Silicon Valley norm and providing benefits to contract workers.
New applications for U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week, indicating continued job growth after a slowdown in March.
As of Thursday, Americans have earned enough money so far this year to cover their collective tax bill.
Moscow has joined other nations in seeking rebates from Washington via the World Trade Organization.