Remington says gun owners are wary about government, but the court should approve its class action settlement.
The Trump administration's tax-slashing promises have some investors clamoring for more progress, says Divine Capital's CEO.
Counter terrorism efforts in Afghanistan are likely to be a major highlight of President Trump's address Monday evening.
As China's financial markets mature, major foreign financial firms increasingly want to tap the multitrillion-dollar institutional investor market there.
Google's decision to avoid China is preventing its cloud from competing there against Amazon, Microsoft and Alibaba.
Yahoo owes $5.5 million for backing out of a contract to pay $1 billion for predicting every winner in the 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Republicans may be committed to getting tax reform done, but Pimco's Libby Cantrill warned that getting it enacted is "difficult."
Martin Shkreli was convicted of three criminal counts but acquitted of five others.
In an essay, Ray Dalio, the head of Bridgewater Associates, compared the current U.S. climate to 1937.
In an open letter to the UN, a group of 116 robotics specialists urged the organization to take action against "weapons of terror."
Mitch McConnell on Monday insisted the U.S. government will raise the debt ceiling and avoid defaulting on its debt.
A combination would give Uber autonomous driving technology and put Tesla in many more cities.
Some companies hope to get a boost from millions of people traveling in the U.S. to see Monday's once-in-a-century solar eclipse.
Herbalife early Monday said it recently held talks to go private but that the discussions ended on August 16 without a deal.
The Pebble Beach car auctions were stronger than expected, with $327 million in sales, but still below last year.
The Powerball jackpot is now $650 million, after Saturday's drawing failed to yield a winner.
Pre-scheduled U.S.-South Korea war games are set to begin Monday.
Losing the famous U.S. brand to China may not be acceptable to Washington.
ADP says its board voted unanimously not to nominate any of billionaire hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman's three candidates.
Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk said Monday it had agreed to sell its oil and gas division, Maersk Oil, to French oil major Total SA for $7.45 billion.
While start-ups live in fear of regulation a la Uber or Airbnb, a Washington D.C. venture firm is helping start-ups learn how to work with Capitol Hill.
"Hitman's Bodyguard," the action comedy movie starring Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds, won the weekend box office. The Channing Tatum special "Logan Lucky" wasn't so lucky.
Jerry Lewis, known for his slapstick antics, a brilliant comedic partnership with Dean Martin and muscular dystrophy telethon, has died of natural causes, his publicist said. He was 91.
The solar eclipse will significantly diminish solar capacity for a couple of hours, prompting the solar industry to set up a complex back-up system of other power sources, Vox reports.
The computer programmer who pulled off a crazy, multi-state lottery scheme could get hit with a whopping 25-year prison sentence.
This startup is trying to use the shortage of hotel rooms along Monday's eclipse path to its advantage.
Stocks are technically weakened, and traders are hoping to get past the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium with no new bombshells.
Steve Bannon plans on returning to Breitbart after leaving the White House.
Wall Street may be cheering the news of Steve Bannon's departure, but you really can't blame Bannon for the GOP's failures, James Pethokoukis said.
Steve Bannon could make more trouble for the "establishment" Republican agenda outside the White House.
Foot Locker nosedive after the company's quarterly results miss expectations by a wide margin.
Strategas tells clients that returns stemming from growth investment strategies could start to underperfom.
It makes sense for Apple to be doubling down on this type of technology for a few reasons.
Apple plans to set up donations to the Southern Poverty Law Center through iTunes and it has started to disable Apple Pay payments to white nationalist websites.
There are three long-festering issues plaguing the GOP's relationship to American businesses.
It made business sense for CEOs to leave Trump's councils as much because of concern about consumers as concern about the workforce.
A powerful business council, formed by President Trump, had to disband because of the impact of his incendiary comments.