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To market women’s sportswear, industry executives have long grappled with a perennial debate: Are celebrities or sports stars more effective endorsers?
CVS Health Corp. has decided to keep Aetna Inc. in Hartford, Conn., reversing the insurer’s plan announced last year to move its corporate offices to New York City.
Digital publishers are reckoning with the potential impact of Facebook’s planned changes to its news feed, with reactions ranging from trepidation to confidence to reflection on the folly of depending on the social network for web traffic in the first place.
The Supreme Court said it would consider whether states can broadly require online retailers to collect sales taxes even for states where they lack a physical presence—with a potential major impact on online commerce.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles issued a recall for more than 162,000 late model Chrysler Pacifica minivans to fix a software flaw that could stall out vehicles while being driven.
The Supreme Court said it would hear an antitrust case involving price fixing by Chinese vitamin C manufacturers, agreeing to decide whether U.S. judges must defer to legal submissions made by the Chinese government.
America is producing more meat than ever. Farmers and meatpackers produced a record 99.7 billion pounds of red meat and poultry in 2017, the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates. They are on track for an even bigger slaughter this year.
Agriculture trade groups and federal officials are working to change part of the new tax law that gives farmer cooperatives an edge over independently owned businesses.
The battle for the attention of America’s children pits parents against some of the world’s most advanced companies. It is a fight as lopsided as it sounds..
The Trump administration targeted markets in Russia, China and other countries for allegedly turning a blind eye to the sale of counterfeit goods and other intellectual-property violations.
In the several weeks after Christmas, one analysis says, U.S. merchants and credit-card issuers can expect to see $980 million in disputed charges reversed in consumers’ favor.
Joan Luntz studied history and opera and had six children before finding her unlikely career designing plastic dinnerware.
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said it isn’t clear whether Congress will need to take up a bill to make technical corrections to the sweeping new tax law that took effect this month.
Luxury group Kering is seizing the chance to offload Puma at a price that just about covers its purchase cost 11 years ago.
Amazon.com Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos is granting $33 million in college scholarships for undocumented immigrant high-school graduates in the U.S., according to TheDream.US, a nonprofit education group.
Spending at U.S. retailers rose in December for the fourth consecutive month, capping the strongest year for sales growth since 2014.
U.S. consumer prices rose in December, a sign that inflation ended the year on a somewhat stronger note.
China reported its largest-ever annual trade surplus with the U.S. last year while its overall imbalance with the world shrank, potentially strengthening the Trump administration’s case for tougher penalties and other trade actions against Beijing.
Germany’s naval brass dreamed up a warship that could ferry marines into combat anywhere, go up against enemy ships and stay away from home ports for two years with a skeleton crew. But now it turns out it doesn’t work.
GKN rejected a $9.5 billion approach from Melrose Industries and plans to separate its aerospace and automotive businesses.