Low gasoline prices haven’t spurred consumer spending, but the impact may be felt in coming months.
Tiffany is exposed to the strong dollar and the fluctuations of the global economy. But much of that may be priced in.
J.M. Smucker reported better-than-expected profit and revenue growth for its first quarter, helped by a jump in U.S. coffee sales after a new-product launch and improvements in pricing.
Market turmoil has cast doubt on the Fed’s September intentions. But a rate increase remains very much on the table.
A private trading venue operated by ITG was taken off line around 1 p.m. because of a technical problem at the data center where it is located, an executive said.
Consumer, business and government spending helped propel better-than-expected U.S. growth in the second quarter.
McDonald’s and Tyson Foods severed ties with a Tennessee poultry farm after an animal-rights group on Thursday released video footage from the facility that showed chickens being stabbed, clubbed and crushed to death.
Residents and tourists have returned to New Orleans in the decade since Hurricane Katrina, but the city’s economy remains skewed toward low-wage jobs.
A federal judge said Caesars Entertainment and a group of bondholders should prepare for a trial in a lawsuit over Caesars’ guarantees of billions of dollars of its operating unit’s debt.
The FDA sent warning letters targeting the owners of top-10 cigarettes brands Winston and Natural American Spirit for violating federal law by marketing the brands as “additive-free” or “natural.”