After a string of dismal earnings and missed expectations last year, Tupperware (TUP) is reporting soaring profits fueled largely by demand from newly minted pandemic chefs.
Over the summer, diners flocked to hastily assembled outdoor patios. The airy option was great for people still wary of eating indoors because of the coronavirus pandemic and offered a much-needed sales boost for restaurants with dining restrictions.
ALBANY -- While the question of kids trick-or-treating Saturday remains unsettled for most -- Should the little ones be allowed to go from door-to-door in the age of coronavirus? -- one thing is sure for grown-ups: There will be plenty of treats at Pretoria Fields Brewery downtown during the…
Some 751,000 Americans filed first-time unemployment benefits last week, the Department of Labor said Thursday in its last report before the presidential election.
In what could be a glimpse into the future of pandemic air travel, United Airlines will begin offering free coronavirus tests to passengers on select routes. United hopes the move will not only increase traffic on mostly empty transatlantic flights, but also spark international cooperation t…
Apple's quarterly earnings announcement Thursday afternoon will look different than in past years: The report won't include the new iPhone 12, Apple's highly anticipated, first ever 5G smartphone.
The US economy in the summer recovered much of the historically enormous ground it lost in the spring, expanding at the fastest rate on record in the third quarter, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.
Samsung reported bumper profits on Thursday, but warned that things won't be so rosy in the coming months as smartphone competition ramps up and demand for memory chips slows.
Ford returned to profitability in a big way Wednesday, as strong demand for its trucks led to a much larger profit than Wall Street was forecasting.
For months, Wall Street was sleepwalking towards what every health expert said would be a terrible fall and winter. Now, a harsh reality is setting in.
In the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, finding an open slot for grocery delivery was like winning the lottery. Even when shoppers were lucky enough to lock one in, food and cleaning supplies were often out of stock and there were delivery delays ranging from ho…
Ted Cruz yelled. His Democratic colleague Brian Schatz called the hearing in which he was speaking "a sham." Committee chair Roger Wicker couldn't pronounce the last name of Google's CEO. Just another day on Capitol Hill for Big Tech.
McDonald's has struggled at breakfast, a part of the day it once dominated. So the chain is rolling out new bakery items Wednesday for the first time in nearly a decade.
Harley-Davidson, an aging brand with falling sales, is starting an ebike company that it hopes could help it connect with a younger audience and grow its business.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the worst financial crisis in the history of the airline industry. But when the health crisis is over, airlines' financial problems will probably continue for years.
ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp announced Tuesday that Toyota Industries Compressor Parts America will expand its Pendergrass production facility to meet growing demand for its onboard power electronics. The company will invest $5.5 million in the project and create at least 27 new jobs in Jackson…
The coronavirus pandemic has forever changed the microchip industry, kicking its consolidation into high-gear as people rely more on massive data centers to host their video conferences and other productivity services. Capping off a year of massive change for semiconductors, AMD agreed to bu…
HSBC is speeding up its mammoth restructuring plan as the bank continues to grapple with ongoing headaches, from ultra-low interest rates and geopolitical tensions to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Robert "Bob" Murray, known in the industry as the king of coal, died due to complications from lung disease early Sunday morning surrounded by his family in the Ohio Valley, his lawyer Michael Shaheen told CNN.
Charles Schwab said Monday that it is laying off 1,000 employees just weeks after completing its acquisition of TD Ameritrade. The job cuts are part of efforts to "reduce overlapping or redundant roles" across both firms, the company said.
Many large toy companies are trying to become more eco-friendly after decades of relying on environmentally destructive plastic in their products and packaging.
Fox News said Monday that several people at the network recently tested positive for Covid-19, on the heels of a report that several top anchors and commentators are quarantining at home.
American Airlines plans to convince passengers that the 737 Max is safe to fly. So it's considering tours and giving potential customers the chance to ask questions of the airline's pilots and mechanics.
Allstate tested the new iPhone 12 models' Ceramic Shield screen and found it to be the most durable smartphone display it ever tested — but it's not indestructible.
Facebook is diving further into games, and announced Monday that it has launched cloud gaming on its mobile and desktop platforms.
Beijing said Monday that it will impose sanctions on American companies — including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, and Raytheon — that have been involved in selling weapons to Taiwan.
(The Center Square) – The workforce in Georgia is experiencing the fifth-slowest recovery from COVID-19-related layoffs, according to a WalletHub study of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Lee Kun-hee, the chairman of South Korean electronics giant Samsung, died Sunday at the age of 78, the company said. He had been comatose since suffering a heart attack in 2014.
Clarence Cox took over a 35-year-old motorcoach business from his father and uncle and had hopes of one day giving it to his daughters. But with a $5 million fleet parked for months during a pandemic, and no federal aid, his goal now is just to make it to the end of 2020.