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There's a lucrative reason General Electric isn't turning its back on light bulbs completely.
Barclays: Even bearish earnings forecasts support an optimistic outlook for the changing company.
Today Current, powered by GE (NYSE:GE) announced it is partnering with Sainsbury's (LON: SBRY) to make it the first grocery retailer in the U.
Once millennials get in on an upward trend, count on the market to head in the opposite direction.
The risk is to customers with Virgin Media's Super Hub 2 router.
That's cigarette industry is under pressure.
Uber may have to look beyond Silicon Valley to find a replacement for the company's hard-charging founder.
Samsung's Bioepis unit seeks final approval in Europe of a rheumatoid arthritis drug to compete with Humira.
Tech rotation, oil and Fed rate hike keep markets on even (flat) keel. Several portfolio positions get beefed up.
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Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester said that there is no 'immediate need' to tighten policy.
Delta has struggled to compete in Asia with growing Chinese air travel and the lack of a partner in Japan.
The ignition switch defect has been tied to over 100 deaths.
Shares of Whole Foods were moving lower on the news during after-hours trading on Friday.
CEO Steven Temares said 80-100 stores are up for lease renewal soon and might be considered for closing.
Advanced Micro Devices has pulled ahead of Intel when it comes to unveiling the latest server microchips, according to Rosenblatt Securities.
Facebook had sought to suspend the lawsuit, citing its terms and conditions.
The meeting does not necessarily represent a meaningful step forward in any possible transaction.
Nike and SNKRS will use AR to alter the way sneaker buyers purchase shoes.
Net sales fell short of forecasts but 'disciplined expense management' kept Finish Line in the black.
Target said that it has received several customer complaints about Hampton Creek products.
7,000 farmers in Kansas sued the Swiss company and another 60,000 in Minnesota go to trial next week.
Jeff Immelt said the U.S. will become a stronger global competitor with a focus on manufacturing and exports.