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Labor talks between Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers union get underway in earnest next week. Whether they are as easy as the just concluded talks at Ford or as bloody as those at General Motors that resulted in a six-week strike remains to be seen.

US stock indexes hit all-time highs again on Friday, with the Dow climbing above 28,000 points for the first time in history.

The recent euphoria on Wall Street suggests the American economy is roaring. Yet there is a growing risk that growth could grind to a near-halt during the final three months of the year.

Union members at Ford easily approved a new four-year labor deal with the automaker, avoiding the strike that idled rival General Motors for nearly six weeks.

JCPenney has a long way to go before it's a turnaround story. But the company had some rare good news Friday: It was able to trim its losses in the third quarter, and it raised its profit forecast, even as its sales continue to fall.

President Donald Trump was supposed to sign a partial trade deal with Chinese President Xi Jinping next week, but negotiations over the final text have reached a rough patch, according to people familiar with the matter.

Kraft Heinz was crushed like an overripe tomato Thursday after Goldman Sachs cut its rating on the struggling food company to a "sell," citing concerns about a "persistent" decline in profit.

The rise and fall of Fitbit on Wall Street is a cautionary tale for other one-trick pony techs.

Hundreds of local newspapers are now under one umbrella company, making it the largest US media company by print circulation and completing a deal that has journalists and advocates for strong local media worried about the future.

Walmart notched another quarter of strong sales growth and raised its expectations for the holiday shopping season.

Mars is set to launch a new line of vegan chocolate bars in the United Kingdom, becoming the first major confectionery company to offer a plant-based alternative to milk chocolate.

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