The social media-fueled Grab Your Wallet campaign from 2017 is back with consumers now calling for the boycott of retailers affiliated with the NRA. Apple and Amazon are being targeted for streaming NRA TV.
Footwear maker Wolverine Worldwide is facing a series of lawsuits for chemical dumping that contaminated wells on private property in Michigan with ingredients known to cause cancer, thyroid issues and other diseases.
Nike Inc on Tuesday defeated an appeal by a renowned photographer who accused the sportswear company of ripping off his iconic photo of basketball superstar Michael Jordan, and using it to create its "Jumpman" logo.
Fashion retailer Guess Inc. is adopting a policy to trace the sources of its wood-based fabrics, joining an array of fashion companies aiming to rid their supply chains of products from endangered forests.
Liberal U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday sharply questioned American Express over restrictions the company places on merchants, which several states and the Trump administration claim violate federal antitrust law.
Mexico and Canada want to rework less contentious chapters of NAFTA with the United States in new talks that started Sunday, hoping to clear the path for a breakthrough on the toughest issues before upcoming elections.
Some European companies are turning Amazon's rise and the e-tail revolution to their advantage, supplying online giants with everything from forklift trucks and storage space to cardboard boxes and automated warehouses.
Westfield reported rising 2017 footfall at its UK centres but sales barely budged year-on-year as the market stayed tough for retailers and especially for the fashion brands that make up a huge chunk of mall tenants.