Dow 26,000: Stock Market A Runaway Freight TrainSeven trading days. That's how long it took the Dow to rocket from 25,000 to 26,000.
Dow Opens By Blowing Past 25,000 For First TimeThis stock market doesn't obey speed limits. It just blasted through another barrier: Dow 25,000, barely a month after it cracked 24,000 for the first time.
$69 Billion CVS Health-Aetna Merger Could Mean More ServicesCVS Health wants to do much more than fill your prescription or jab your arm with an annual flu shot.
Tesla Unveils Prototype Of Electric Big Rig TruckTesla unveiled a prototype of its electric big rig at its Hawthorne headquarters Thursday night, after several delays.
Most Americans Say Success Means Not Having To Clean Your Own HomeA recent survey conducted by Discover asked 1,000 Americans what type of service employee would make them feel like they'd truly made it, 53% of respondents picked a housekeeper.
Kohl's To Accept Amazon Returns Starting OctoberKohl's will pack and ship the returned items back to the giant online retailer for free.
Kmart Ditches 'Plus-Size' Label For 'Fabulously Sized'Size sections for most of Kmart's in-house brands will reportedly be expanded as high as a size 4X in an effort to make the store's merchandise more inclusive.
Prime LA Real Estate? Amazon Looks For 2nd Headquarters Amazon, bursting out of its Seattle headquarters, is hunting for a second home - and Los Angeles is one of the cities planning to bid on the project.
Gymboree Closing 350 Stores After Filing For BankruptcyThe closing sales at affected stores are scheduled to begin next Tuesday.
Nike-Amazon Deal Has Sporting Goods Chains Running ScaredShares in several major sports chains hit 52-week lows on word that Nike may soon be selling its gear directly on Amazon.com.
Payless Files For Bankruptcy, Will Immediately Close Nearly 400 StoresShoe chain Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, becoming the latest retailer to succumb to increasing competition from online rivals like Amazon.
Verizon To Take 'Oath' As New Company To Run Yahoo, AOLThe Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive.