Boeing CEO says travel rebound will take longer because of slow vaccine rollout
Boeing's CEO said a travel recovery will take several more months because of the slow vaccine rollout.
GameStop's surge has made its 3 largest shareholders billions overnight
The chief beneficiary of the GameStop rise is Ryan Cohen, co-founder of Chewy, who made an investment in GameStop last year to help its online push.
Biden to sign major executive orders on climate change
Biden's climate actions include establishing climate change as a national security priority and conserving at least 30% of federal land and oceans by 2030.
General Motors partners with Navistar to supply fuel-cell technology for new semitruck
The companies are billing the undisclosed financial partnership as a "complete solution" for customers of Illinois-based truck manufacturer Navistar.
Boeing posts record annual loss, pushes out 777X deliveries to late 2023
Boeing's loss worsened after the company pushed out the deliveries of its 777X plane to late 2023.
Walmart bets bigger on online grocery as it ramps up automated fulfillment at stores
The big-box retailer has seen online grocery orders spike during the pandemic and it's trying to fend off competitors while keeping costs low.
Watch live: White House holds a press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic
Nearly one-third of U.S. homes are at high risk of natural disaster, study says
Twenty-two weather- or climate-related disasters each resulted in at least $1 billion in damages last year, the NOAA says.
HBO Max activations double to 17.2 million in fourth quarter
"Wonder Woman 1984" helped double the HBO Max's activations to 17.2 million, AT&T said Thursday.
AstraZeneca defends slow supplies to the EU, but says it ordered 3 months later than the UK
AstraZeneca has defended its delayed rollout of the coronavirus vaccine to the EU, but said the bloc had ordered later than others.
Americans won't be rushing to retail stores to shop after getting Covid vaccine, survey finds
40% of consumers say they plan to shop for apparel in stores either the same amount or less after being vaccinated, according to a study by First Insight.
Walgreens taps Starbucks operating chief Roz Brewer as its next CEO
Starbucks Chief Operating Officer Rosalind Brewer will replace Stefano Pessina as CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, the drugstore chain confirmed Tuesday.
Economy could open up by late spring if enough people get vaccinated, says Dr. Ashish Jha
Dr. Ashish Jha explains why he thinks that U.S. states could start making decisions about opening up businesses and economies earlier than predicted.
5 things to know before the stock market opens Wednesday
Dow futures fell more than 300 points Wednesday, with earnings once again a main focus on Wall Street.
America's top-tier malls were resilient, but values are now crumbling, down 45% from 2016 levels, Green Street says
The real estate analytics firm Green Street estimates the values of so-called A-rated malls have tumbled about 45% from 2016 levels.
Starbucks tops earnings estimates even as U.S. recovery hurt by Covid resurgence
Shares of Starbucks have risen 13% over the last year, giving the company a market value of $123 billion.
Target teams up with Levi's for exclusive collection of home goods and more
The big-box retailer has long used limited-time collections with beloved brands to drive sales and create buzz.
Department store chain Belk to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, private equity firm Sycamore to retain control
The department store chain Belk announced it plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, marking the latest mall-based retailer to do so during the Covid pandemic.
3M CEO expects Covid demand for the company's N95 masks to be strong throughout 2021
"We see the demand, the need, from front-line health care workers and first responders. That's still our priority," 3M Chairman and CEO Mike Roman told CNBC.
Tilman Fertitta optimistic on U.S. economy post-Covid: 'This is going to be the Roaring Twenties'
"The consumer is coming back. I'm telling you, where we can do business, we are doing business," Tilman Fertitta told CNBC.
Tilray stock soars 10% after company tapped to provide medical cannabis in French study
Tilray's products will treat patients with neuropathic pain, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis who aren't getting relief from existing treatments.
FedEx Ground CEO Maier announces retirement, company's freight chief to fill top job
FedEx Ground CEO Henry Maier is set to retire after 35 years with FedEx and will be replaced with FedEx Freight CEO John Smith, the company said.
Female-backed SPAC, Powered Brands, aims to create new beauty conglomerate after public listing
SPAC Powered Brands priced earlier this month, with the goal of creating a global conglomerate made up of sustainable and digitally focused beauty brands.
Cici's files for bankruptcy as pandemic accelerates the decline of the all-you-can-eat buffet
Cici's has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and announced its sale to D&G Investors, its primary lender.
General Electric shares pop on better-than-expected industrial cash flow, rosy outlook
The conglomerate has paid down its debt during the pandemic and cut costs, including through layoffs in its aviation business.
Beyond Meat shares soar 26% as company teams up with PepsiCo to make plant-based snacks and drinks
Beyond Meat and PepsiCo announced Tuesday that they've formed a joint venture to create, produce and market snacks and drinks with plant-based substitutes.
Last-mile delivery problems hampering pace of Covid vaccine rollout, distributors say
The mass rollout of safe and effective coronavirus vaccines is thought to be the biggest logistical challenge the world has ever seen.
Restaurants staged nimble responses to Covid's blows in 2020, but 6 years of growth were wiped away
With the rate of new infections still unacceptably high, the threat of new restrictions on restaurants lingers even as vaccinations are under way.
J&J beats fourth-quarter earnings expectations, will release Covid vaccine data 'soon'
The drug and and consumer products company reported adjusted earnings of $1.86 per share, higher than the $1.82 expected in a survey of analysts by Refinitiv.
UK's coronavirus death toll surpasses 100,000
Britain has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic that emerged in the country almost a year ago.