Nike is currently evaluating how it will proceed with selling Kobe merchandise. The company had other Kobe sneaker launches in the works.
For a limited time, McDonald's customers can buy Chicken McGriddles and the McChicken Biscuit sandwich nationwide for breakfast.
This year's Super Bowl will be the most legally bet on Super Bowl in history. New data by the American Gaming Association says 26 million Americans will wager approximately $6.8 billion on Super Bowl LIV, a 15% increase from last year's game as the Kansas City Chiefs face off...
Walt Disney, McDonald's, MGM Resorts and other U.S. companies are temporarily shutting down in China as the outbreak of the coronavirus continues.
Bath & Body Works' owner L Brands "could experience (and meet) a meaningful demand surge as consumers race to take preventive measures to protect themselves and their loved ones," Evercore ISI analyst Omar Saad said in a note to clients.
A DHS report comes after Trump signed a phase one trade deal with China requiring both countries to tackle counterfeit sales.
"Turnarounds take time and you can lose a fortune while you're waiting for an intractable management to do the right thing," CNBC's Jim Cramer says about the downtrodden stock.
Walmart is testing a slightly higher minimum wage in a few hundred of its stores, as it rolls out a new, more flexible model for how it manages workflow within the store.
The auto parts retailer specializes in keeping on hand a staggeringly wide inventory of parts for all kinds of cars, and training staff to answer obscure or complex questions. Now it wants a bigger piece of the market serving professional mechanics.
The Wuhan coronavirus has already killed at least 17 people in China.