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Walgreens approved to buy most Rite Aid stores

Drugstore chain Walgreens received approval from U.S. regulators to purchase nearly 2,000 Rite Aid stores, the company said Tuesday.

Trump ‘sees great potential’ in U.N. reform, concerned U.S. is paying too much

PresidentĀ Donald TrumpĀ told the United Nations on Monday that he sees "great potential" in reducing the world body's bureaucracy and costs -- and better defining its mission around the world.

More companies line up with climate commitments

Apparel companies are the latest in a growing list of high-profile brands making pledges to support Paris climate agreement goals, sustainability leaders said.

Senior executives to leave Equifax following security breach

Two senior executives at Equifax are exiting the company following the announcement earlier this month that the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers may have been compromised by a data breach on the company's servers.

Toys ‘R’ Us considers bankruptcy as vendors tighten screws

Toys 'R' Us may file for bankruptcy before the holiday season as vendors cut shipments to the company on account of its efforts to refinance billions of dollars of debt.