Barnes & Noble’s New Boss Tries to Save the Chain—and Traditional Bookselling

A year ago, John Radford had little control over the book selection at the Barnes & Noble store he manages

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About 150 U.S. Cadillac Dealers to Exit Brand, Rather Than Sell Electric Cars

About 150 General Motors Co . dealers have decided to part ways with Cadillac, rather than invest in costly upgrades

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UPS Slaps Shipping Limits on Gap, Nike to Manage E-Commerce Surge

United Parcel Service Inc. imposed shipping restrictions on some large retailers such as Gap Inc. and Nike Inc. this week,

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Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 Vaccine Wins U.K. Authorization

LONDON—The U.K. became the first Western nation to grant emergency-use authorization for a Covid-19 vaccine, clearing a shot developed by

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Philip Green’s Arcadia rejects Frasers’ offer of ‘lifeline’ loan

LONDON (Reuters) – Philip Green’s struggling British fashion group Arcadia has turned down rival Frasers Group’s offer of a “lifeline”

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Look for tech stocks to come roaring back and help drive the S&P 500 higher into year-end, says this strategist

Stock investors could be forgiven for some fatigue that is showing up on Monday, the last day of what has

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Hertz to Sell Donlen Fleet Business to Athene for $875 Million

Hertz Global Holdings Inc. said it agreed to sell its Donlen Corp. fleet management business for at least $875 million

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Why the Stock Market Keeps Rising—and Why Its Next Test Comes Next Week

It’s as if the stock market adopted Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” as its mantra on the way to

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