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Carvana's aggressive U.S. expansion continued in the second quarter of 2017.
Many automakers posted sharp sales declines last month -- but on the whole, the market still looks healthy.
The number of users is only one thing for investors to watch when Snap reports Thursday afternoon.
Find out why these key funds are doing so well.
The connected-home software company now expects its bottom line to soar this year, adding more good news on top of a solid second quarter.
Higher wages, beef prices, and promotions weighed on the Burger King franchisee's profitability this quarter. But there's a light at the end of the tunnel.
Last December's Starz buyout and the more recent sale of EPIX's equity holdings made it hard to do apples-to-apples comparisons with the year-ago period.
PRA Group disappointed on the top and bottom lines during the quarter, but management remains optimistic about industry trends.
The sweet baked goods company's light outlook gave the market indigestion.
Weakness in the licensing business is a big red flag for Qualcomm investors.
A giant summertime festival celebrating all things marijuana has drawn support or at least toleration over the years from officials in Seattle, the largest city in one of the first states to legalize recreational pot.
The ticker vendor recorded solid growth in all three of its business segments, and earnings more than doubled year over year.
Chipotle has temporarily closed a Dallas location where a diner posted video of rodents inside the restaurant.
Sometimes a rising stock price is the sign of a winner. A close look at these two stocks suggests there's more upside left.
Arkansas highway officials shut down westbound lanes of a cross-country interstate for four hours so crews could pick up pizza.
Wireless and wireline and media, oh my. What else is going on at the telecom giant?
One of Apple's suppliers is trying to ramp as quickly as possible to fulfill the Mac maker's orders.
Tasers are still the company's biggest seller, but body cameras are clearly its future after doubling sales in the second quarter.
South Carolina's legislative leaders have formed separate committees to investigate decisions leading to last week's abandonment of a nuclear power project and what can be done to prevent residents from ponying up billions more through their utility bills.
The Latest on the size of a legal settlement between ABC and a South Dakota meat producer (all times local): ___ 5:10 p.m.