The many negative reactions include 'awkward' and 'very boring.' Now the company is soliciting other ideas.
The Dow nearly hits 11,000 but ends off 19 points. Investors cheer Alcoa results. Retailers see decent September sales. Analysts see the U.S. jobless rate rising to 9.7%.
A new survey finds the nation's wealthiest aren't planning to spend much more this year.
Dozens of outlets nationwide lay down a new law: No teenagers without parents.
The comfort-food restaurant chain gets top marks from analysts who cover the casual-dining industry.
Shares sink after the women's apparel retailer cuts revenue projections and announces plans to shutter stores.
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