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Toys 'R' Us Joins With Major Department Store for Holiday Hot Toys List
Geoffrey the Giraffe is bringing the season's most in-demand toys to a location near you.
Elon Musk Sounds the Alarm at a Silicon Valley Giant
The billionaire is alarmed by a problem that worries and scares away advertisers.
Disney Gives Beloved Character a Starring Movie Role
A development team led by Seth Rogen is working on a production that centers on a less well-known character with a nonetheless devoted following.
Earbuds for $3.70, Dresses for $5 Key Shopping Site's U.S. Launch
Online retailer's founder sees it as a cross between Costco and Disney.
Walt Disney Theme Park Rival Unveils Brand New Roller Coaster
A Disney theme park rival is launching a new thrill ride to draw more visitors to its attractions.
Here's What Disney World, Universal Do During a Hurricane
Across the state of Florida, folks are preparing for Hurricane Ian -- here's everything you need to know about your Disney reservation.
How Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Norwegian Handle Hurricanes
Bad weather is looming on the East Coast and that could impact your upcoming cruise, but Royal Caribbean, Carnival, and Norwegian cruise lines have a plan.
Disney Park Ticket Prices Have Done Something Unusual
There's something surprising about what's happened with ticket prices at Disneyland and Disney World compared with their top rival.
Illumina's Singapore Tax Holiday is About to Expire
The DNA sequencing giant generated over 10% of its diluted earnings per share in 2021 from a tax holiday.
Oil Volatility Returns, Pushing Gasoline Prices Higher
The 14-week decline in gasoline prices ended while two million people in Florida are still without power.
New Electric Vehicle Beats Tesla When it Comes to the Environment
A new EV would radically change how cars are made and that could be a threat to the market leader.
House Prices Fall as Rate Hikes Push Buyers to Sidelines
Soaring mortgage rates and elevated home prices have deterred buyers, forcing sellers to lower their expectations.