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  • Tesco fined £129 million for overstating profit view

    Tesco PLC has agreed to pay a fine of £129 million ($162 million) for overstating its expected profits in a trading statement in August 2014. The supermarket operator must also fulfill other requirements under the deferred prosecution agreement with the Serious Fraud Office announced Tuesday. In addition, Tesco has...

  • Whole Foods traffic has fallen by 14 million customers and Kroger could benefit most, says Barclays

    Whole Foods Market Inc. has experienced a 3% traffic decline over the last year and a half, or about 14 million customers, according to a Barclays note published Monday. Traffic has declined six consecutive quarters, according to their analysis. Barclays estimates that the loss is in the range of...

  • Elevate Credit sets price range after postponing IPO

    Elevate Credit , which had postponed its initial public offering in January 2016, set a $12 to $14 price range for its offering Monday. Elevate plans to sell 7.7 million shares to raise up to $107.8 million. The venture-backed company is an online service that offers small loans and has...

  • Red Hat shares rise on revenue beat, outlook

    Red Hat Inc. shares rose in the extended session Monday after the software company's forecast for the year topped Wall Street estimates and it reported higher-than-expected revenue for the quarter. Red Hat shares advanced 3.8% to $85.30 after hours. The company reported adjusted fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of 61 cents...

  • Tesaro stock rises 6% on news that its ovarian cancer drug was approved by the FDA

    Tesaro Inc. shares rose 5.9% in after hours trade Monday after the company said its ovarian cancer drug Zejula, also called niraparib, had been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Zejula was approved for maintenance treatment of women with several kinds of recurrent ovarian cancer, including epithelial...

  • Olive Garden parent company Darden Restaurants gains after earnings beat

    Darden Restaurants Inc gained in late trading Monday after the parent company of restaurant chains including Olive Garden and LongHorn Steakhouse beat earnings expectations. The Orlando, Florida, company reported net income from continuing operations of $165.6 million, or $1.32 a share, on revenue of $1.88 billion in its fiscal...

  • Dow notches longest losing streak since August 2011

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell for an eighth session on Monday, its longest losing streak since August 2011 as the market sentiment weakened following the health-care bill debacle last week. The failure of House Republicans to garner support for the the American Health Care Act also cast doubt on...

  • Sears' stock soars after biggest shareholders boost stake

    Shares of Sears Holding Corp. shot up 9.7% toward a 2-month high in afternoon trade Monday, after the troubled department store chain's largest shareholder disclosed that he bought more shares over the past few sessions. That came after the retailer's second-largest shareholder also boosted its stake. Chief Executive Edward...

  • WOW Air offering flights between Chicago and Iceland for $99

    WOW Air said Monday that it will begin service between Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and Iceland's Keflavik Airport on July 13. Tickets are on sale beginning Monday for $99, with service between O'Hare and Keflavik to be offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For $149, passengers can travel to...

  • Oil settles lower as producers fail to calm oversupply concerns

    Oil prices settled lower Monday as meeting of major crude producers over the weekend failed to calm concerns over global supplies. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries told member nations to uphold their production cut agreements, but traders worry that the producers will find less incentive to cut as...