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FOXBusiness.com has learned that Tissot on Wednesday will announce partnership deals with five NBA teams: the Chicago Bulls, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, New York Knicks, and San Antonio Spurs.
Why Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are endorsing a candy brand called Unreal.
The Securities and Exchange Commission settled charges on Tuesday with Fenway Partners LLC, principals Peter Lamm and William Gregory Smart, former principal Timothy Mayhew Jr., and chief financial officer Walter Wiacek for allegedly failing to disclose conflicts of interest to a fund client and investors when fund and portfolio company assets were used to pay former firm employees and an affiliated firm for services.
Federal regulators are preparing to hit Takata Corp. with a $70 million fine in connection with lapses with rupture-prone air bags.
A federal agency that regulates the U.S. financial services industry issued a warning Tuesday to U.S. banks of the growing threat of cyberattacks involving extortion.
Automakers continued to see robust sales gains in October and inched closer to making 2015 their best year ever.
Tesla Motors Inc. is scheduled to report third-quarter results after the bell Tuesday, and analysts at Stifel predict the stock will trade lower after the reporting.
Cash takeovers of U.S. listed companies hit a record $457.8 billion for the six months through October, breaking the previous six-month record of $406.5 billion for the period through July 2007, just before the credit crisis hit, TrimTabs Investment Research said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - Orders for goods produced in U.S. factories fell 1.0% in September to mark the second decline in a row, the Commerce Department said Tuesday.
Holiday season sales will increase 4.2%, said chief marketing officers polled for the 10th annual BDO Retail Compass Survey of CMOs.
New orders for U.S. factory goods fell for a second straight month in September as the manufacturing sector continues to struggle under the weight of a strong dollar and deep spending cuts by energy companies.
The head of American International Group Inc. said management and the board have "carefully reviewed" the idea of breaking up the insurer on many occasions and concluded that such a move "did not make financial sense."
Auto makers in the U.S. said car sales rose by a double-digit percentage in October, driven by the month having five weekends and continued strong demand for larger vehicles.
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower Tuesday as investors took a pause after a big rally during the previous session.
Freddie Mac , the mortgage buyer under government conservatorship, on Tuesday said it lost $475 million in the third quarter, its first loss in four years, after earning $4.17 billion in the prior-year quarter.
Aeropostale Inc. , the mall-based apparel retailer, said it signed two licensing agreements that will launch new stores in Thailand and Egypt.
Pershing Square Holdings Ltd. said the hedge fund founded by billionaire investor Bill Ackman suffered a net loss of 7.3% in October.
Kellogg, the maker of Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies, reported a bigger-than-expected drop in quarterly net sales as demand for its snacks and cereals remained weak in the United States.
Kellogg Co. said it had net income of $205 million, or 58 cents per share, in the third quarter, down from $224 million, or 62 cents, for the same period last year.