DETROIT - U.S. auto sales were stronger than expected in May, boosted by Memorial Day promotions and strong demand for new SUVs. Analysts had expected sales to fall by around 1 percent, but Tuesday's sales reports were beating their expectations.
Higher inventory mark-ups and lower transportation costs helped Dollar General report better than expected first-quarter profits and lifted shares of the US discount retailer.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The Justice Department's Antitrust Division is investigating the two largest U.S. movie theater chains -- Regal Entertainment Group (RGC - Get Report) and AMC Entertainment Holding (AMC - Get Report) -- for "potentially ...
Insurance companies are proposing a double-digit rate hike in 2016, with Blue Cross Blue Shield seeking a premium increase of 20% or more in several states.
The impasse over Greece's future lingered as both sides worked on rival proposals for the conditions of a financial lifeline with debt payments looming.