Dick's Sporting Goods Is Testing If It Should Stop Selling GunsDick's has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business, including firearms.
768 Million Vacation Days Went Unused In U.S. Last YearWorkers in the United States left a record number of vacation days on the table last year, equating to billions in lost benefits.
Boston-Based General Electric Suffers Worst Stock Drop In 11 YearsGeneral Electric fought back Thursday night after the company was accused of fraud and its stock experienced its worst one-day percentage drop since April 2008.
Walmart Says It Supports 'Common Sense' Gun ControlEarlier this month, a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, was the scene of one of the worst mass shootings in American history.
Qdoba Faces Over $400,000 In Fines For Hundreds Of Alleged Child Labor Law ViolationsAttorney General Maura Healey said she found that minors routinely worked in violation of the law at Qdoba.
Macy's Struggled With A Big Earnings Miss; Ominous Signs For Other RetailersMacy's is the first major retailer to report quarterly earnings and what it revealed does not bode well for the sector.
CBS And Viacom Agree To $30 Billion Media MergerCBS and Viacom, once part of the same company, plan to again join forces in a merger to bolster their positions in a rapidly changing entertainment industry.
Party City Says More Stores Will CloseParty City is closing more stores this year than previously projected.
FedEx Ends Ground Deliveries With AmazonFedEx announced Wednesday that it would no longer make ground deliveries for Amazon.
Cumberland Farms Sold To British RetailerThe new owner says customers will not notice any big changes.
Lowe's Is Laying Off Thousands Of WorkersLowe's operates more than 1,700 stores in the United States.
Capital One Data Breach: What To Do If You're WorriedApproximately 100 million people in the United States and 6 million more in Canada are affected by the massive data hacking.
T-Mobile's Mega-Merger With Sprint Can Move Forward, Justice Department SaysIt's an unprecedented combination of America's third- and fourth-largest wireless providers.
Facebook Will Pay An Unprecedented $5 Billion Penalty Over Privacy BreachesIt is the largest fine in FTC history — and yet still only about a month's worth of revenue for Facebook.
Kohl's Hiring Early For Back-To-School, Holiday Seasons Across 500 StoresThat's nearly double the number of stores with early hiring positions compared with last year.