But it's still unlikely to survive for more than a few extra years.
The largest U.S. department store chain still has too much overlap among its locations.
Unit revenue growth accelerated last quarter for the two midsize airlines.
Aircraft order activity remained healthy last year -- particularly for Boeing.
The struggling department store operator will reassess its store footprint as it looks to stabilize its profitability and improve its balance sheet.
If there were abundant demand for Tesla's vehicles -- especially the Model 3 -- it wouldn't be reducing prices.
In an ominous sign, California Pacific Airlines has suspended all service from its hub in Southern California for a month or more.
The top department store operator has returned to consistent sales growth by making major investments in some of its most promising stores.
November was a good month for both aircraft manufacturers, but December will probably be much better.
An expanded alliance with JetBlue will help Hawaiian Airlines' upcoming new route between Boston and Honolulu become financially successful.
After a previous turnaround plan failed because of a shift in consumer demand toward crossovers and SUVs, Cadillac is ready to try again.
New pipeline capacity, a massive backlog of uncompleted wells, and increased drilling activity together set the stage for the next leg of growth in U.S. oil production.
Boeing posted another month of robust aircraft order activity in September, while Airbus' 2018 sales slowdown continued.
With $134 million of debt maturing in a few days, the storied retailer may choose bankruptcy over depleting its liquidity cushion.
Primera Air's plan to fly people across the Atlantic for as little as $99 one-way was undone by rising fuel prices, poor reliability, and stiff competition.
With profits plunging, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways are looking to boost ancillary revenue.
Elon Musk still hopes to develop truly affordable electric cars at Tesla, but his recent statement that a $25,000 car could be ready in as little as three years doesn't make any sense.
Starbucks has seen a sharp slowdown in sales growth in China over the past year. A new partnership with Alibaba should help it accelerate its growth rate again starting in 2019.
Despite a massive backlog of Model 3 reservations, Tesla is having trouble finding customers for the premium Model 3 variants that it can actually build profitably.
Delta is in the midst of adding 50 new regional jets to its fleet, but it can't configure these planes with the number of seats they're designed for.