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Son and grandson of admirals, Navy aviator, POW, congressman, senator, presidential candidate. And maverick. That was John McCain.
The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Technology is the second-worst-performing sector in the S&P in the last week, with names such as Applied Materials, Nvidia and Adobe among the group's biggest losers in that time. Here's what three market watchers said about tech stocks' next move.
Daniel Loeb's Third Point Management has increased their stake in Campbell Soup from 5.65 percent to 6.98 percent, according to a filing with the SEC on Tuesday. Shares of Campbell rose 1 percent in after-hours trading following the news.
The automaker's shares fell 3.4 percent Tuesday to close at $8.95, finishing the day under $9 for the first time since August of 2012. The stock is down more than 28 percent so far this year.
PPG Industries rallied more than 5 percent in after-hours trading Tuesday after word that Trian Partners has built a stake in the company.
Heller leads Rosen by only 2 percentage points among likely voters in one of this year's key Senate races, according to a new NBC News/Marist College poll.
It should have been an ideal year for digital currencies, with government-backed currencies dragged down by ongoing Brexit concerns and trade tension between the U.S., China and European Union.
Angi Homeservices announced Tuesday that it is appointing Chief Product Officer Brandon Ridenour as its new CEO. Current CEO Chris Terrill will stay in the role until the end of the year.
Rising bond yields have unnerved the stock market, and they could continue to be a source of volatility in coming weeks as the Treasury market faces the challenges of growing U.S. debt supply and a ballooning U.S. budget deficit.
Procter & Gamble was informed on Tuesday that it is now exempt from the 25 percent U.S. tariff levied on imported Japanese and Swedish steel that is used in its Gillette and Venus razor blades, a company spokesman told Reuters.
Shares of Chinese electric car maker Nio jumped 22 percent Tuesday after Tesla investor Baillie Gifford revealed it owns 85.3 million shares in the company in a filing.
"I think we don't have to go as fast," the president answered to a question about the Fed raising rates by CNBC from the south lawn of the White House.
In the month of September alone, Boeing was awarded more than 20 contracts with a cumulative value of $13.7 billion. Here's a look at some of the big-ticket items the Pentagon bought.
By connecting to your email and zeroing in on your purchases, the Finery app can digitize your wardrobe to create new, personalized looks with the clothes you already have. Its relationship with more than 10,000 stores aims to fill wardrobe gaps.
Former deputy National Security advisor Dina Powell could be on the verge of rejoining President Donald Trump's administration as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
Investors who buy Starbucks on the news of Bill Ackman's new stake "may end up being a little disappointed," Jim Cramer says.
You better have good auto insurance.
Republicans and Democrats will spend the final month of the midterm election campaign in an unprecedented test of the potency of gender politics.
Employers are offering many different perks at work, but not all of them are worth the extra money. Here's how to figure out what's right for you.