Business - CNBC

  1. Are consumers pulling back on spending? It depends on which CEO you ask

  2. How Macy’s, Kohl’s and Nordstrom are chasing Millennial, Gen Z shoppers

  3. Jamie Dimon says JPMorgan stock is too expensive: 'We're not going to buy back a lot'

  4. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon signals retirement is closer than ever

  5. Peloton shares drop after it announces refinancing to stave off cash crunch

  6. Red Lobster files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

  7. Shares of Hims & Hers Health surge 27% after startup says it will offer GLP-1 injections

  8. Wendy's will offer $3 breakfast deal, as rivals such as McDonald's test value meals to drive sales

  9. Spirit Airlines gets rid of change and cancellation fees, joining Frontier

  10. Media giants lean on sports as Hollywood strikes still loom over content slates

  11. Mercedes-Benz workers in Alabama vote against UAW union membership

  12. Frontier Airlines does away with change fees in budget airline pricing overhaul

  13. Dodge and Ram boss Tim Kuniskis, father of the Hellcat, to retire from Stellantis

  14. Boeing shareholders re-elect departing CEO Calhoun to board

  15. 'Quiet wealth' takes on new meaning with super-private deals for mansions, art and classic cars

  16. The NBA is picking its TV partners — and a deal hinges on Warner Bros. Discovery's next move

  17. Walmart says more diners are buying its groceries as fast food gets pricey

  18. Wayfair to open its first large store, as physical locations make a comeback

  19. Boeing supplier Spirit AeroSystems lays off workers, citing lower plane delivery rates

  20. FDA approves Amgen's treatment for most deadly form of lung cancer