Nicole Miller's CEO, Bud Konheim, talks about the increased interest from the financial community in its search for the next Michael Kors.
A retrospective on the Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy, a feature on Omaha Steaks, and a first look at Samsung's smartwatch. Here's the best of what you missed this week.
Confidence among investors has improved since the financial crisis, but experts say it's not fully restored. Jeanne Yurman reports.
From fantasy football to Syria to Harrisburg, here's a review of the top stories this week.
Talk of Vodafone selling its 45% stake in Verizon Wireless for $130 billion has sent shares soaring.
Whether a strike on Syria results in a slide in stocks hinges on whether the conflict is widened or contained as a result of a U.S.-led attack. Jeanne Yurman reports.
Google Android's has 80% marketshare as the Apple Iphone languishes, says Darren Hayes, Professor of Forensics and Security at Pace University.
Appetite healthy for even small floats; Jason Weisburg, Seaport Securities weighs in and looks to mortgage applications numbers next week
Futures point to a lower open on light data and increased industrial output from China, while reports swirl of Blackberry going private.
Exposure to Europe and China is hurting second-quarter earnings, offsetting positive domestic news across retail, energy, and pharmaceuticals.