Hillary Clinton's pledge to take on gun manufacturers and unilaterally tighten background check laws sets up a contrast with Bernie Sanders on one of the few issues where she has a more liberal record.
DuPont, which has been in an on-going battle with activist Nelson Peltz to boost the company's stock price, announced Monday that CEO Ellen Kullman will retire.
An American Apparel store in New York City. The L.A.-based retailer has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection nearly a year after the ousting of founder and CEO Dov Charney.
Twitter announced Monday morning that Jack Dorsey, its co-founder and interim CEO, has become the company's permanent CEO. The news was made official on Sept/ 30, per an SEC filing.
It's costing consumers more and more to get ahold of their own money. The average fee consumers pay to withdraw cash from an ATM outside their bank's network is a record $4.52 per transaction, according to a new survey from Bankrate.