The shortened Thanksgiving week is usually positive for the markets, history says.
Google is reportedly the latest company interested in grabbing Groupon -- and for good reason.
The once-elusive McRib sandwich is now a pop-culture phenomenon, creating enough buzz to make competitors drool.
The actor and other investors sued the global banking company for unauthorized purchases, but the claim was denied.
The company has placed large orders for new planes, which will cut travel times but eat into cash flow.
The retailer unveils a new site for movie script submissions, hoping to turn some into feature films.
Wal-Mart and Home Depot raise profit forecasts for the year, even though third-quarter earnings were a mixed bag.
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Investors expect the report to show some weakness, and are cautious ahead of the long holiday weekend.
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