Spirit Airlines Unveils (Somewhat) Better Seats
The famously frugal budget airline has found a way to give customers a little more legroom while still squeezing lots of seats onto each of its planes.
Hudson's Bay Delivers a Mixed Q2 Earnings Report
While some challenges are fading for the struggling department store group, new ones are materializing just as quickly.
GameStop's Earnings Report Was Better Than It Seemed
The end of the current video game console cycle is weighing on sales and earnings at GameStop. But the company remains quite profitable, and management is moving quickly to cut costs.
GE Is Giving Up Its Majority Stake in Baker Hughes
The industrial conglomerate is continuing the process of cleaning up its balance sheet by selling another big chunk of its stake in Baker Hughes, a GE Company.
Volaris' Turnaround Stays on Track as Summer Air Traffic Soars
The Mexican ultra-low cost airline is benefiting from strong demand, falling unit costs, and its main rivals' financial woes.
Ford Doesn't Deserve Its New Junk Credit Rating
Moody's cut Ford's credit rating into junk territory earlier this week, but its prediction that Ford's turnaround will progress slowly may be overly pessimistic.
Embraer Delivers Its First KC-390 Jet to the Brazilian Air Force
After weighing on Embraer's profit in recent years, the KC-390 military jet could drive substantial earnings growth for the company over the next five years and beyond.
Will PREIT's Worst Malls Die -- or Will They Evolve?
The mall REIT has had to move aggressively to save lower-performing malls that can be revitalized, while cutting others loose.
The Boeing 777X Suffers Another Setback
Engine problems already forced Boeing to delay flight testing until early 2020. A failed ground test last week has added to the new model's woes.
Alaska Airlines Raises Q3 Guidance as Turnaround Stays on Track
The West Coast-focused airline is poised to deliver another quarter of stellar earnings growth in Q3.
Here Are the Details of Macy's Big Cost-Cutting Plan
Macy's sees opportunities to boost its annual profit by hundreds of millions of dollars through more efficient use of data and technology.
Sears and Kmart Are Closing Even More Stores
Bankruptcy didn't fix the underlying problems at these two iconic chains.
The UAW Targets GM in Contentious Contract Negotiations
The once-mighty auto union is determined to stem the tide of plant closures and job losses at General Motors.
JetBlue Airways Slashes Q3 Guidance as Demand Misses Expectations
The popular low-fare carrier continues to face a variety of unit revenue headwinds across its route network.
This REIT Stock Is Struggling, but Its Top 2 Malls Are Thriving
The company has invested heavily in its best malls -- and those investments are paying off.
Hurricane Dorian Brings Spirit Airlines' Worst Nightmare to Life
Flight cancellations have been a big problem for Spirit Airlines all spring and summer, so a big, slow-moving hurricane was the last thing it needed to close out Labor Day weekend.
1 Key Sign That a J.C. Penney Comeback Is Still Possible
Insiders have snapped up more than 2 million shares of the stock over the past few weeks.
United Airlines and American Airlines Extend Boeing 737 MAX Cancellations
Airlines are still unsure when the Boeing 737 MAX will be able to return to service -- so they are preemptively canceling more flights.
Newark Airport Loses 1 Low-Fare Carrier and Quickly Gains Another
Frontier Airlines will launch service at Newark Airport shortly after Southwest Airlines ends all of its flights there in early November.
Appliances and Services Drive Another Quarter of Growth at Best Buy
Best Buy's market share gains in major appliances and initiatives to drive growth in services are paying off for the company.