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Although health and wellness companies like Fairway and Sports Authority have been hit by bankruptcies, companies like Under Armour and Hain are going strong.
Stocks are lower Wednesday after a steeper-than-expected climb in crude stockpiles pulls the energy sector into a selloff.
Cisco Systems (CSCO) shares are down Wednesday afternoon as Deutsche Bank reiterates its rating and price target ahead of Q1 results.
Small business owners are bullish and their optimism is stronger than ever, according to Chase for Business.
Although executive turnover and the bankruptcy of a major retailer has some analysts worried, TheStreet's Jim Cramer believes that the long-term story is still sound.
Tesla (TSLA) stock is falling in early-afternoon trading on Wednesday as two production chiefs will leave the company ahead of the launch of its first mass-market car and SUV.
Pfizer reportedly made a bid for the cancer drug maker, rivaling Sanofi's $9.3 billion offer, but analysts say another company might be the best fit.
The parent of the CBS and Showtime networks saw an earnings boost thanks to increased ad revenue following Beyoncé's Super Bowl performance.
Match (MTCH) shares are soaring Wednesday afternoon following the dating website operator's better-than-expected 2016 first quarter results reported after yesterdays's market close.
Investors are struggling with low yields and that is forcing them to look to alternative markets like private credit and real estate.
1-800-Flowers.com will sell more than 11 million stems this Mother's Day, including more than 5.4 million roses.
Medivation (MDVN) stock is higher in early-afternoon trading on Wednesday, as Pfizer (PFE) reportedly considers a takeover bid.
Brazilian woes pull down BHP and AB InBev
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Stephen Curry appears to have extended his marketing magic to Brita water bottles, a brand owned by Clorox.