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American Apparel recently received a bid from private equity firm Irving Place Capital to the tune of $1.40 a share, which would value the clothing retailer at about $244 million.
Walgreens, America's largest drugstore chain, reported earnings for their first quarter of 2015.
After nearly a decade of development and redesign, Airbus has finally delivered its first A350 XWB jet to Qatar Airways at a delivery ceremony Monday.
Fox News and Fox Business Network were both blocked by Dish Network on Sunday as a result of contract negotiation issues.
Chrysler announced that they will be recalling 257,000 Ram pickup trucks after an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Xerox will be selling their information technologies outsourcing business to France's Atos for roughly $1 billion.
U.S. drugmaker Eli Lilly and French pharmaceutical company Adocia agree to a $570 million deal to develop a fast-acting insulin.
Efraim Levy, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ, speaks on GM's decision to halt auto sales to dealers in Russia earlier this week.
Obama says that the U.S. will change outdated policies with Cuba by reestablishing diplomatic relations and opening both economic and travel ties between the two nations.
FedEx, the Memphis based shipping giant, reported earnings that sent shares down nearly 4% in early morning trading.