Kurumi Fukushima is a correspondent for TheStreet. She earned her M.S. from Columbia Journalism School following stints at CBS News, ESPN, and Fuji TV. She is a proud alum of Lafayette College, where she was a cheerleader and anchor for the TV station. Follow her on Twitter @RumiMori26
Campbell Soup (CPB) reported its latest quarterly earnings results Thursday morning, here are three key takeaways from the report.
Russia's United Aircraft and China's Comac look to challenge Boeing and Airbus for a piece of the wide-body jet market, which they currently dominate.
Russia and China are teaming up to create a wide-body jet in order to fuel global demand for the next couple of decades and claim some of the market share.
Chinese tech firm Xiaomi, whose stylish, low-cost devices have made it the world's fourth-largest smartphone maker, could start selling a laptop similar to Apple's MacBook Air in early 2016.
Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker, is entering the laptop business.
According to Variety, Apple is talking to Hollywood executives about unique content.
Despite a late Labor Day holiday and stock market volatility, August auto sales rose.
August auto sales showed that buyers were in the mood to shop, even amid the recent volatility in the stock markets.
Apple (AAPL), known for providing a platform for content distribution, is exploring the idea of creating original content to challenge the likes of Netflix (NFLX), Amazon (AMZN), and Hulu.
With rivals like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley retreating from equities, Citi is going on the offensive, investing money and manpower in plans to beef up its equities market share.
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