A U.S. senator on Friday questioned the Federal Trade Commission's quick approval of Amazon.com Inc's purchase of Whole Foods Market Inc this week, less than three months after the $13.7 billion deal was announced.
No matter how many clothes UK adults own, they tend to wear the same few looks in rotation, a new survey shows. Both men and women do that, but only women worry about being seen in the same clothes again and again.
U.S. department store operator Sears Holdings Corp is having trouble stocking shelves, as some vendors have fled while others are demanding stricter payment terms because of difficulties hedging against default risk.
According to the National Retail Federation (NRF)'s annual back to school survey, most U.S. families are not even halfway done with their back to school shopping. Roughly a quarter of families have not even started.
AmEx will end up paying a settlement to credit card customers in Puerto Rico and other US territories for charging higher interest rates and engaging in discriminatory practices, federal regulators said on Wednesday.
Mexico and Canada on Wednesday dismissed U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to scrap NAFTA, describing it as a negotiating tactic designed to gain an advantage during talks on updating the agreement.
The US government has initiated an investigation of China, seeking to determine whether policies and practices of the Government of China are unreasonable or discriminatory and burden or restrict US commerce.