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The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's administration "is trying to be very cautious," says a former U.S. official.
John Bolton's appointment as national security advisor sees another dedicated hawk in the president's inner circle.
The U.S. will deploy a record number of Marines to train in Australia to counter Chinese aggression in the region.
Former CEO Steve Wynn has agreed to sell all his remaining 8 million shares in privately negotiated transactions.
The U.S. goods include pork, wine, fruit and steel.
Investors were rattled after the Trump administration unveiled tariffs designed to punish China for intellectual property theft, imposing about $60 billion in retaliatory charges.
Asian markets slumped early on Friday after global stocks took a hit on the back of fears of a potential trade war.
A West Coast earthquake early warning system gets restored funding in the House's new spending bill approved Thursday.
A new fundraising email from the Trump campaign claims Special Counsel Robert Mueller will "overturn" Trump's election
Jim Cramer reveals which stocks you should be eyeing on a down day.
The actor is the co-founder of a non-profit and a social impact investing effort to help give access to clean water.
Jim Cramer does an apples-to-apples comparison with the home improvement chains to see which one is a better investment.
J.P. Morgan said that the Fed's reluctance to forecast four hikes in 2018 should spur a "goldilocks" rally in stocks.
McMaster is the second national security advisor to leave the Trump administration in just over one year.
Ross Gerber of Gerber Kawasaki argues that Facebook has peaked and young users can't be fooled.
Jim Cramer ties the market sell-off to high society's distaste in President Donald Trump's trade policies.
Jim Cramer determines the causes of the sell-off, zooming in on scandals at Facebook and Uber.
A spin-off highlights the difficulties Wall Street firms often have getting rivals to adopt new technologies they create in-house
Fears of a trade war with China may be spooking investors, but analyst Alan Tonelson says he doesn't see that happening.