J.C. Penney Co. Inc. (NYSE: JCP) saw its shares rally after
it reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss for its most recent quarter.
The 117-year-old retailer reported an adjusted loss of 30 cents per share, lower
Dean Foods (NYSE:
DF), the nation’s biggest milk producer, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
protection to reorganize its debt and help fund pensions while it looks to sell
the company. The company said substantially...
Amtrak reported record ridership and revenue for 2019 in its
latest annual report, marking its third straight year of record ridership and
revenues. For the fiscal year ending September 30, Amtrak provided 32.5 million
The United Auto Workers (UAW) and Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:
F) have reached an agreement on a proposed tentative labor contract. The
deal was being negotiated at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan
Northern Californians may be experiencing widespread power
cuts like the one they suffered last week for the next decade, according to PG&E
Corp. CEO Bill Johnson. During an emergency meeting with the California Public
An outbreak of African swine fever has decimated the Chinese
pig population and is spreading across Asia. The World Organization of Animal
Health now believes that the disease has spread to more than 50 countries. Now,
The International Energy Agency (IEA), which monitors energy
supplies for the world’s richest nations, revealed in its latest report that the
United States briefly held the title of top oil exporter over Saudi Arabia and
Energy-efficiency standards for lightbulbs that were set to
take effect next year have been reversed by the Department of Energy (DOE). The
new standards, set to go into effect in January 2020, aimed to gradually phase
Coal and iron dominated 2017 mining takeovers, show data released earlier this week, with buyers favoring the polluting energy maker they are familiar with over uncertainties of a future that is battery powered.
While the largest of...
Apple is at the receiving end of criticism from major advertising groups in the US after Cupertino’s plans of integrating a cookie-blocking technology into the new version of its web browser Safari came to the fore.