PHILADELPHIA— The manufacturer of the jet that crashed on takeoff last year, killing the co-owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer and six other people, reports a problem with a fail-safe system. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Federal Aviation Administration is working with Gulfstream on design changes to nearly 500 of the planes still in service.» Read More
Banks have provisions that allow acceleration of payments owed to senior executives if they take government jobs, NYT reports.
In a secret regulatory action, the Office of Comptroller of the Currency knocked its rating of JPMorgan's management down a notch.
Animal protection groups are applauding the settlement of federal claims that Neiman Marcus and two other retailers had marketed real fur as fake, The New York Times reports.
As if audits aren't painful enough -- there's a lot the IRS won't tell you. Check out these tips from a former IRS agent.
The Federal Reserve sent a record $88.4 billion in profits to the U.S. Treasury last year, audited results showed on Friday.
CNBC's Eamon Javers on the tension that arose as Washington pushed for cybersecurity cooperation with private industry. Even while President Obama raised the issue with new Chinese President Xi Jinping, U.S. CEOs are pushing for limits on government collaboration.
With stocks at all-time highs, there's little sign of a bubble forming in markets, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC on Thursday.
Cai Von Rumohr, Cowen & Company analyst, explains why he maintained a "buy" on the company despite its battery problems, and weigh in on how to play the stock from here if you missed some pretty significant gains.
The FAA has given Boeing approval to start testing a redesigned battery for the Dreamliner, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
The government is considering buying 400-thousand tons of sugar to stave off a wave of defaults by sugar processors, reports Hampton Pearson.
Printing guns is about to get easier. A University of Texas law student plans to make it simple to search for gun-printing models.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest numbers from the U.S. Dept, of Transportation on air travel; including flight delays, tarmac times, mishandled baggage and consumer complaints.
That's classified! Not anymore. US agencies like the FBI will begin sharing some classified information with companies to help prevent hack attacks.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details on the battery fire investigation aboard a Japan Airlines 787 in Boston in January.
The House on Wednesday passed legislation to keep federal funds flowing to government agencies through Sept. 30, seeking to avert shutdowns that otherwise would begin on March 27 when current funding expires.
Patrick Donahoe, Postmaster General & CEO of the U.S. Postal Service, explains why he is urging prompt action from Congress to allow the agency to halt Saturday mail delivery.
Janet Yellen, the Fed's influential vice chair, said Monday the central bank's aggressive monetary stimulus is still warranted.
President Obama announces the nominations for several key administration positions; including Ernest Moniz as Energy Secretary; Gina McCarthy as EPA director; and Sylvia Mathews Burwell as his new OMB director. Also, CNBC's John Harwood, provides perspective on the nominees.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on what to expect from the President's new nominee, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, as his next budget director.
President Obama has selected air quality expert Gina McCarthy to lead the EPA and physicist Ernest Moniz to head the Department of Energy, a White House official said.