The biggest drop in airline fares in nearly two decades slowed consumer inflation in July following two months of slightly faster gains.
Target is on its way back. Shoppers are visiting the company's stores more often and spending more on each trip, the Minneapolis-based discount-store chain said Wednesday.
Shares of the world's biggest oil companies a tumbling to multi-year lows on new data showing that U.S. crude inventories continue to rise at a time of year when they are typically in decline.
Lowe's second-quarter revenue beat analyst estimates as customer stocked up on things like appliances and outdoor power equipment.
Wal-Mart's second-quarter earnings report was a mixed bag: Its investments to overhaul its stores are helping to perk up sales, but they're causing more pain to the bottom line than expected.
Homes are getting a lot of TLC from their owners of late, which means better sales for businesses like Home Depot.
U.S. builders started work on single-family houses last month at the fastest pace since the Great Recession began in late 2007.
Target has reached a deal to pay up to $67 million to settle Visa claims related to a massive 2013 data breach that resulted in the theft of millions of debit and credit card numbers.
NBCUniversal, following a potentially younger viewing audience wherever it goes, has placed a $200 million bet on the fast-growing BuzzFeed.
The pumpkin spice latte battle is heating up just in time for fall.
Home ownership, that celebrated hallmark of the American dream, is increasingly on hold for younger Americans.
U.S. homebuilders grew slightly more optimistic about the housing market in August, putting their confidence at levels last seen a decade ago during the debt-fueled housing boom.
Zulily, which offers flash sales of products like toys and children's clothing geared to young moms, now has a parent.
Foreign companies have suspended operations around the Tianjin port as officials scramble to contain the toxic fallout of last week's deadly chemical explosions, which dealt a blow to northern China's emerging economic hub.
Two Citigroup Inc. affiliates have agreed to pay $179.5 million to resolve federal regulators' charges of misleading investors in hedge funds that later collapsed.