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Billionaire investor Peter Thiel has agreed to end his pursuit of Gawker.com to avoid a potential lawsuit over his secretly funding litigation that...
Atlantic City, N.J., is showing signs of a rebound, after a decade-long decline led to the closing of five of 12 casinos, Bloomberg News reported....
LendingClub Corp., once the Wall Street darling of online lenders, tumbled to a record low after U.S. regulators accused it of misleading consumers...
Jeff Stollenwerck, a 15-year veteran of Sears Holdings Corp. and president of its real estate business, will soon be departing the U.S. department...
Subway Restaurants, the world’s most ubiquitous dining chain, will continue closing U.S. stores as it expands internationally, Bloomberg News...
Peabody yesterday reported 10 percent growth in first-quarter revenue, and also announced it would expand its share buyback program from $500 million...
A Chinese property developer whose owner bought a stake in SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. is piling up overdue loans worth hundreds of millions of...
Toys “R” Us Inc. is winding down its business, but the retailer still has a lot of moving parts to deal with before it closes its doors in the U.S....
Harvey Weinstein borrowed $1 million from his company last year in the months before public revelations of his alleged sexual misconduct plunged the...
Six years after Gov. Rick Snyder's administration first intervened in Detroit's finances, Michigan's largest city is poised to shed the...