Wal-Mart’s “Made in the USA” Campaign, Underage Tobacco Sales Down, Billabong Posts Record Loss

The response to Wal-Mart’s “made in the USA” campaign, a push to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S., has been a lot of skepticism.

Tiffany’s & Co. posted a higher-than-expected second-quarter profit, with price increases and the lower cost of silver balancing out slowing sales in the Americas.

According to a new report, sales of tobacco to underage youth are at an all-time low due to stricter smoking bans and higher taxes.

Surfwear retailer Billabong announces record loss of $772 million.

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