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Pilgrim's Pride says it paid about $1 billion to buy U.K. poultry producer Moy Park from its biggest shareholder JBS, which has been selling off its assets amid a corruption scandal in Brazil.
Shares of the specialty food distributor climbed on a strong earnings report.
The family of a man who died when his Tesla sedan struck a tractor-trailer says it doesn't blame the car or its partially self-driving Autopilot system for his death.
Cruise stocks were higher on Monday, a sign of optimism for the state of Florida in the wake of Hurricane Irma, which battered some of the world’s busiest ports over the weekend.
Only a fraction of mobile homes in Florida were strapped down with the kind of hardened braces meant to withstand fierce storms before Hurricane Irma hit the state.
Opko's shares edged higher in August, but the company remains deeply undervalued.
Kohl's, Duluth, and Barnes & Noble made this wrap-up.
Shares jump after the company announces that it has finally filled a key executive position.
A Wisconsin Dairy Queen owner is defending a sign describing his restaurant as "politically incorrect" for its unabashed support for "God and country."
Tesla will install new charging stations in downtown areas.
British billionaire Richard Branson has called for a "Marshall plan" to help the Caribbean recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Irma, which left tens of thousands homeless and sparked looting on islands left short of food and water.
The president of the state's second-largest health system has announced his retirement.
Chick-fil-A and Whataburger are crushing the competition in terms of average sales per unit.
Environmental groups and a Democratic state senator are urging a New Jersey appeals court to let them intervene in the state's $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil.
New York, California and three other states are suing the Trump administration, saying it must put in place higher penalties for automakers that violate federal fuel economy standards.
Miami's financial district experienced significant flooding from Hurricane Irma. Banks are unsure when their offices can reopen.
Big airports in Florida remain closed, and flight cancellations are spreading north along the track of Tropical Storm Irma.
Nordstrom is opening up a store that doesn't have any inventory.
While bank failures are just one piece of a bigger economic puzzle, a chart of them reads like a table of contents in a book about the history of the U.S. financial system.