The aviation giant has outperformed its peers and the market this year.
After more than a year of speculation, Amazon announced it would bring massive workforces and corporate development to New York City and Arlington, Virginia.
Petco announced Tuesday it will no longer sell dog or cat food and treats that contain artificial colors, flavors and preservatives, online or at its nearly 1,500 stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico by May 2019.
The coffeehouse chain reportedly has struggled to attract new and repeat customers.
Kellogg's has announced that is exploring its options to sell its Keebler and Famous Amos cookie brands as well as its line of fruit snacks as part of an effort to focus on its core product family.
Although some races have not yet been called, voters elected more women than ever before to serve in the 116th Congress, as at least 121 women will serve as lawmakers compared to the current 107.
Snap lost another 2 million daily active users in the third quarter on top of the 3 million who fled in the second, giving it 186 million users, or less than it had at the end of 2017.
After a less-than-stellar second quarter, the streaming video leader is looking strong again.
Like autonomous cars, but bigger and with some different considerations.
As of September, 43.4 million retired workers were receiving a monthly benefit and, according to data from the Social Security Administration, more than 3 out of 5 were leaning on this payout to account for at least half of their income.
Kyrsten Sinema was raised as a Mormon, but is no longer affiliated with any church. However, she does not describe herself as an atheist.