Victoria's Secret Parent's Longtime Marketing Chief to Resign
L Brands said Edward Razek, its longtime chief marketing officer, will step down from his role, as the parent company of Victoria's Secret faces backlash from consumers about the unit's marketing strategy.
Barneys Nears Bankruptcy Filing With Plans to Close Most Stores
Barneys is preparing to file for bankruptcy and nearing an agreement with lenders for a financing package that would give the luxury retailer time to find a buyer, according to people familiar with the matter.
Senator Asks Amazon for More Details on Capital One Hack
A Democratic senator is pressing Amazon.com Inc. for answers on its cloud-computing technology at the heart of the Capital One hack, one of the biggest-ever bank-data thefts.
GateHouse Media Parent to Buy Gannett for $1.4 Billion
The country's two largest newspaper chains agreed to combine their businesses in a roughly $1.4 billion deal, further consolidating an industry reeling from strong economic headwinds.
Citgo Beats Power Grab From Maduro Loyalists
Corporate directors tied to opposition leader Juan Guaidó have a better claim to Citgo because of his recognition by the Trump administration as Venezuela's legitimate head of state, according to a ruling issued Friday by Vice Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick of Delaware's Court of Chancery.
Tyson Discloses Justice Department Subpoena in Chicken-Pricing Probe
Tyson Foods and other major chicken companies said they received subpoenas from the Justice Department, signaling an expansion of a criminal investigation into allegations they colluded to prop up prices.
HSBC to Slash Thousands of Jobs After Ousting CEO
HSBC plans to cut up to 2% of its 237,685 employees, as the bank flagged a worsening outlook for the global economy in its second-quarter results.
Renault-Nissan's Long Road to a Better Alliance
Talks between Renault and Nissan to rebalance their cross-shareholdings are encouraging, but need to overcome big obstacles.
Cars.com Completes Strategic Review but Finds No Buyer
Cars.com said that it will remain independent after a strategic review didn't yield a buyer for the online car marketplace.
Restaurants Find Consumers Willing to Pay Higher Prices
Higher prices on foods from Ritz crackers to burritos are helping restaurants and food makers boost sales and profits.