Americans are resorting to frozen PB&J and instant coffee. That's good news for Smucker

As the Covid-19 pandemic has kept more people at home, they're turning to coffee and PB&J sandwiches -- and that hits right in the sweet (and sticky) spot for J.M. Smucker.

Thailand issues new charges against fugitive Red Bull heir

A court in Bangkok has ordered the arrest of the heir to the Red Bull fortune on fresh charges, adding another twist to a scandal that has turned a spotlight on one of Thailand's wealthiest families.

American Airlines will lay off 19,000 workers if it doesn't get additional federal help

American Airlines says it will lay off or involuntarily furlough 19,000 employees as of October 1 unless the airline industry gets more help from Congress.

Damaged, looted businesses in Kenosha, WI wonder why protesters targeted them

Business owners across downtown Kenosha are cleaning up a mess after some protesters turned destructive overnight Sunday, Aug. 23. This, after a man was shot by a Kenosha police officer as he walked away near 28th Avenue and 40th Street.

Here's what Tiffany's renovated Fifth Ave. store looks like

Tiffany & Co. couldn't reopen its flagship location in New York without some dazzle -- a sparkling box lit in its iconic blue.

Former High Point, NC, high school basketball player creates platform for black-owned businesses

With the growing movement to support black owned businesses across the country, a former High Point Andrews High School basketball player created a platform in town for business owners.

TikTok Announces Deal With UnitedMasters, The First Distributor To Be Fully Integrated Into The TikTok Platform

Already Known For Propelling Unknown Artists to Success, TikTok's New Partnership With United Masters Provides a Turn-Key Platform For Aspiring Stars to Fast-Track Their Careers

COMCAST: Internet Essentials Partnership Program For Schools, Students and Families To Connect

With more than half of all U.S. students starting the 2020- 2021 school year online due to COVID-19, Comcast announced today a new partnership program for cities, school districts, and community organizations to connect large numbers of low-income students and ...

The stock market is this close to setting another record -- the shortest bear market in history

The S&P 500 could finish Tuesday at a new record high -- its first since the pandemic hit and exceeding its all-time high from February. That would mean it took Wall Street less than five months to go from nadir ...

Hertz sold $29 million in stock despite SEC questions

Hertz did raise millions of dollars through stock sales after its bankruptcy filing, after all.

McDonald's is suing its ousted CEO for lying about sexual relationships with employees

Ousted McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook lied to the board about the extent of his relationships with employees, the company alleged in a new lawsuit. He misled investigators about engaging in physical sexual relationships with three employees in the year before ...

Amazon may take over old JCPenneys and Sears to try and speed up deliveries

Amazon may replace closed department stores at struggling malls.

CRUISIN’ The USA: Chevrolet To Host Week-Long Virtual Fan Experience Celebrating Past, Present Vehicles

Chevrolet is reimagining summer car cruising through a weeklong virtual festival – Cruisin’ the USA in your Chevrolet – that celebrates more than a century of the brand’s automotive history. Hosted on Chevy’s social media channels from August 10-16, the ...

Bank regulators crack down on Capital One after its massive data breach

The US government and Federal Reserve on Thursday took action against Capital One in response to the bank's massive 2019 data breach.

Acting State Department watchdog resigns months after previous inspector general was fired

The acting State Department watchdog Stephen Akard has resigned after serving in the role for less than 3 months following the firing of the previous inspector general by President Donald Trump at the recommendation of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.