The ongoing Russian-Ukraine war and lockdowns in China in the face of interest rate hikes could renew supply chain woes and push the U.S. economy into stagflation in 2023.
Anyone who has visited the local mall has probably noticed the absence of staff from the store floor, especially the cash register, where the lines and the waiting time are long.
Every Bitcoin crash set the stage for another rally, which drove the digital currency to new highs, but will history repeat itself this time around?
Brick-and-mortar retailer Walmart is beginning to beat online retailer Amazon in the game it pioneered, e-commerce.
Macy's could be poised to have a strong holiday season.
Wall Street is starting to take notice of Foot Locker's resurgence.
The problem became so severe that it prompted Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to appoint himself as agriculture secretary in hopes of bringing food costs under control.
Inflation won't stop American consumers from opening their wallets to the nation's retailers this year on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Beijing thinks Taiwan belongs to China, and it has stepped up its political and military campaign to make Taipei part of the "motherland."
Chinese coffee chain Luckin has made some major changes to close the gap on Starbucks.
Disney has lost its magic. At least as far as Wall Street is concerned.
The improvement in the U.S. trade balance that followed the surge of energy exports is a mixed blessing for the U.S. economy.
The U.S. vice president's visit to the disputed islands signals a significant policy shift from Washington and the Philippines.
The two broad measures of price hikes around the nation confirm that inflation is easing, renewing talk of an end to the Fed interest rate hikes.
How the holiday season will be different for both retailers and shoppers this year.
Elon Musk is making a big mistake by trying to manage Twitter the same way he did Tesla.
Through changing economic times, McDonald's has mastered the game of winning on Main Street and Wall Street.
The two countries have been in escalating conflict and rivalry over a broad range of issues, from the South China Sea to Beijing's position in the Russian-Ukraine war to Taiwan's independence.
After a few years of disappointing performance, Cisco Systems Inc. has regained its competitive strength, thanks to continuing innovation.
Unlike Target, Walmart reported financial results for the third quarter that beat analyst estimates.
The news of BRK's purchase of TSM comes at a time the semiconductor industry had been out of favor among investors due to higher interest rates and the strong dollar.
Solid earnings from Walmart and better-than-expected inflation numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics fueled another Wall Street rally.
It's Elon Musk's first attempt to change how the Internet and social media work, bringing the user into the business conversation.
October sales numbers are sharply higher from last year, especially during the weekends, with store sales up 166% year-over-year.
Food inflation may never actually go away.
How the midterms will affect the economy for the next two years.
The recent inflation report could keep markets stuck in the two-steps forward, one-step back environment.
North Korea's and China's provocations could push Japan into nuclearizing its military, changing the game in the Northeastern Pacific.
For the year, CPI is up 7.7%, down from 8.2% in September and the lowest since January.
Zero interest rates are a policy of the past for most central banks worldwide, but not for the Bank of Japan.