The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Redcore, a Chinese start-up, created a web browser it claimed had "independent intellectual property rights," but was found to contain traces of Google Chrome.
Activist investor Starboard Value has taken a 5.8 percent stake in Symantec and is seeking five board seats at the cybersecurity company.
The country's political parties have apportioned blame for the disaster to, variously, previous governments, the European Union, the road management company and even the Mafia.
With no sign of de-escalation in its tariff spat with the U.S. and the absence of a comprehensive plan to address key economic weaknesses, risk remains extremely high. And Qatar's $15 billion investment package may be a mere band-aid.
This could be the solution to the constant traffic problems baseball fans have attending Los Angeles Dodgers games.
Amazon is speaking to insurers about whether they could contribute products to the price comparison site, Reuters reported.
New Zealand's government on Wednesday passed legislation that allows only New Zealand residents to buy homes.
Delivering his first-ever address to parliament on Tuesday, Australian Senator Fraser Anning advocated a return to the "White Australia" policy, which existed in the country for most of the 1900s before being abolished in 1973.
Turkey needs to commit to sound economic policies in order to ensure stability and reduce imbalances at a time of market volatility, an IMF spokesperson said.
Analysts say the company has a proven track record of dealing with Chinese regulatory authorities and will likely get approval for its games eventually.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Twitter that the New York governor was having "a total meltdown" when he told a crowd at an event that America "was never that great."
A librarian from Utah used city resources to make in-app purchases in Game of War, the Herald Journal reported.
A controversial Hong Kong politician who advocates independence called for the U.S. to open a new front in its trade war with China. Analysts say it is unlikely to happen — even accounting for Trump's willingness to break longstanding norms.
A Chinese delegation will travel to the United States for trade talks in late August, China's Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.
Toyota Motor is likely to make 120,000 more cars a year in the Chinese port city of Tianjin as part of a medium-term strategy that's gathering pace as China-Japan ties improve.
Asian shares were set to decline, taking cues from losses on Wall Street after Chinese internet giant Tencent reported a fall in quarterly profit.
Jim Cramer explains why the stock shortage gives this bull market a real edge.
Major players in the beverage industry will follow Constellation Brands into the cannabis industry, "Bar Rescue" host Jon Taffer told CNBC on Wednesday.
Jim Cramer says Post Holdings' spin-off of its private label division and smart acquisitions have shown that the company knows how to unlock value.
Jim Cramer sits down with Sen. Elizabeth Warren to discuss her new bill, the Accountable Capitalism Act, and also hear her views on U.S. trade policies.
Jim Cramer explains how the global sell-off is related to Turkey, China and Macy's and why it isn't as big of a deal as investors might think.
Tesla whistleblower Martin Tripp is tweeting internal emails, photos and vehicle identification numbers that he says are evidence of deeply flawed manufacturing practices at Tesla's battery factory.
Scientists predict that the rest of 2018 through 2022 may be warmer than expected around the world as human-caused global warming and natural factors combine to heat the planet, USA Today reports.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Walmart is gearing up for its quarterly earnings report before the bell on Thursday, and despite its dramatic underperformance this year, one market strategist says the stock is a buy.
Best Buy said on Wednesday it would buy health services provider GreatCall Inc for $800 mln in cash, adding a clutch of products tailored for aging consumers.
If the Securities and Exchange Commission punishes Tesla, it won't be for founder Elon Musk's big personality, former SEC chair Harvey Pitt told CNBC on Wednesday.
Cisco reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, along with strong guidance.
Manafort is charged with 18 counts lodged by prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller's team, which is investigating Russia's attack on the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The dollar has been strengthening so much that some market pros are wondering when the White House will start tweeting about it.
CNBC Make It spoke to five Singapore-based movie cast members who each revealed their favorite "crazy rich" experiences in Singapore.
Twitter said on Wednesday that it has suspended the official Twitter account of InfoWars for violating its terms.
Stocks of major home construction companies fell on Wednesday, beleaguered by a slump in U.S. equity trading and a decline in homebuilder sentiment.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's corporate responsibility bill will help destroy capitalism, Harvard University economics professor Jeffrey Miron told CNBC on Wednesday.
The investigation could result in a stop order preventing the company and shareholders from selling shares.
The release of the order would conclude a contentious process that's lasted more than six months in which multiple federal agencies and offices raised concerns about the potential purview of the order.
How cryptocurrency experts reacted to the recent decline of bitcoin.
Among the unintended consequences from President Donald Trump's trade war is that it could cause the Federal Reserve to slow the pace of its interest rate hikes, but for the wrong reasons.
Uber told CNBC it had gross bookings of $12 billion in Q2, up 41 percent since the same quarter last year, and net revenue of $2.7 billion, up 51 percent year-over-year. Those growth rates are slower than they were in Q1.
The move targets one of President Donald Trump's most vocal critics.
Even lifelong procrastinators can overcome decades of bad habits with the right strategies.
Elon Musk's social media outbursts could land him in some uncomfortably hot water, according to Laura Unger, a former SEC commissioner and the agency's acting chairman under President George W. Bush.
"I've gotta finally treat myself," he realized. "It's been eight years."
Paris has installed bright red public urinals, called "uritrottoirs," right on the sidewalk in popular tourist areas as a an eco-friendly solution to public urination, USA Today reports.
"I can't guarantee anything," Sanders said in the White House press room on Tuesday. "But I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly, I can tell you that I've never heard it."
Corporate America is focusing too much on getting shareholders rich, so the government needs to intervene to hold businesses accountable, says Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Alex Jones was banned for seven days from Twitter after he called on people to take up arms, CEO Jack Dorsey said. Twitter had previously defended its decision to keep Jones on its platform, saying he hadn't violated its rules.
Shareholders would likely have to sell existing shares and then buy into a fund if they want to remain invested. Any profit from the sale would generate a capital gains tax.
A VP at FICO sheds some light on what does and does not affect your credit.
A Macy's sell-off is a temporary setback on the path to further gains for retail, says one strategist.
"I wanted to be chosen, and I wanted somebody to see me or see my vision or see my business opportunity as [worthy]," Union says of her early career. But at 45 she realizes, "motherf-----, I'm worthy from birth."
Want to retire among the healthiest adults? Pack your sneakers and head to New Hampshire.
The city with the youngest business founders and the one with the highest percentage of millennial founders in the U.S. are nowhere near Silicon Valley.
To lure TV shows to its platform, Netflix is offering lucrative contracts, then keeping more of the upside if a show takes off. This is making it hard for traditional TV networks to keep pace, while boosting Netflix's revenues long term.
Officials and guests of the New York City Football Club rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
Officials from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's office said the pledge was made by Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who met with the Turkish leader Wednesday.
He loves when job candidates say they want to be CEO.
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Two Democrats are poised to become the first Muslim women in Congress, offering a stark counterpoint to the anti-Muslim policies and sentiment surfacing across the country.
She'll face Republican nominee Manny Santos for the Congressional seat in November.
Wall Street veteran Byron Wien says he's undeterred by Wednesday's stock market tumble.
JetBlue topped the list of frequent flyer programs, according to a J.D. Power & Associates survey published Wednesday.
The SEC has reportedly sent subpoenas to the electric car maker over CEO Elon Musk's comments about taking Tesla private.
Gold is having a dreadful year, as the strengthening U.S. dollar has knocked the dollar-denominated asset down to 18-month lows. But rather than run from the weakness, one investor says now might be the time to buy.
Copper prices hit their lowest levels in 13 months , potentially signaling an economic slowdown is happening around the world.
The FBI has warned banks in the U.S. of an impending cybercrime, a heist called an "ATM cash-out," in which thieves seek to swipe millions of dollars by using cloned ATM cards for fraudulent withdrawals, USA Today reports.
Randy Bryce, who won the Wisconsin 1st District Democratic primary on Tuesday, in many ways embodies his party's strategy in pushing to flip red-leaning seats as it tries to take a House majority in November.
Healthcare expenses are high, yet consumers have some tools in the arsenal to combat them. Here's how to deal.
The Treasury Department announced on Wednesday new actions directed at Chinese and Russian firms that it says facilitated illicit shipments on behalf of North Korea.
Facebook confirmed to CNBC that Koum is still an employee, despite an April Facebook post in which he said it was time to "move on."
Paul Manafort is accused of hiding tens of millions of dollars earned overseas from the IRS, and of committing bank fraud to obtain loans to fund is lavish lifestyle when that income from a pro-Russia political party in Ukraine ran out.
Today, Todd Brooks is a success. He's the owner of Brooks Gourmet Burgers & Dogs, a restaurant that brings in millions and is ranked the No. 2 burger joint in America by TripAdvisor.
Risk in Turkish equities remains high while valuations are extremely low, prompting more brazen investors to seek opportunities. Turkey's benchmark BIST 100 Index has fallen 22 percent since the year's start.
"I was in tens of thousands of dollars in debt: credit card. Car. Personal. Student loans," said Constance Wu, star of the Warner Bros. movie "Crazy Rich Asians." It's the first major studio movie predominantly starring Asian-Americans in 25 years.
Shares of retailers took a thrashing Wednesday with Macy's and JC Penney leading the pack, tumbling by as much as 14.3 percent and 11 percent, respectively, in early morning trading.
Hotter temperatures are being blamed for rising crime, according to US News & World report.
Government ethics experts immediately sounded the alarm, suggesting it may have been a violation of the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from engaging in political activity while on the job.
U.S. business inventories barely rose in June and the inventory-to-sales ratio fell to more than a 3-1/2-year low, suggesting businesses would need to ramp up the accumulation of stock, which would boost economic growth in the third quarter.
General Electric shares fell below $12 per share for the first time since July 24, 2009 on Wednesday.
Sam Dogen of the website Financial Samurai retired at age 34.
It's never been easier to secure the most important thing all business leaders need, according to billionaire Richard Branson.
The recent furor over President Trump's immigrant children detention policy didn't change the outlook of a key conservative constituency: small-business owners. The Main Street view on immigration has been remarkably stable in the Trump era.
While sentiment is still relatively high, builders are increasingly concerned over rising home prices and material costs.
Kimberly-Clark, the owner of Kleenex and Huggies, is notifying customers in the U.S. and Canada of its plans, as it grapples with rising commodity costs.
People who claimed early were OK with their choice.
Presiding Judge T.S. Ellis has repeatedly urged attorneys in Manafort's criminal trial to speed their pace and scrap evidence.
Helios and Matheson Analytics has just $175 million of total assets left on hand.
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Have you ever wondered why tech companies use blue in their logos? Facebook, Twitter, Samsung, LinkedIn, Intel and IBM all use shades of the color for their entire logos, while Microsoft and Google incorporate it into theirs.
Your home internet and TV experience is about to change drastically with the roll out of 5G.
Some market participants are betting on even further downside for Micron, and for the chips more broadly.
A U.S. investor filed a $224 million lawsuit against AT&T Wednesday accusing the telecommunications giant of negligence that allegedly caused the California resident to lose roughly $24 million in cryptocurrency.
U.S. industrial production was expected to rise 0.3 percent in July, slowing from a 0.6 percent increase reported for the previous month.
The Turkish lira may be set for even more pain despite early attempts by the country's banking regulator to curb investor ability to buy and short the national currency.