A.K. Verma, an executive engineer at the Central Public Works Department, was fired after last appearing for work in December 1990, according to Reuters.
French police were still hunting for the two brothers suspected of being behind the attack after a possible sighting in a forested area. The Financial Times reports.
With the oil market weighed down by oversupply, activist investor Carl Icahn said that he expects crude prices to slide further in the short-term.
Twitter is planning to unveil its new video product in the next few weeks, according to sources familiar with the company's plans.
Obama wants to make two years of community college free and universally available, saying he would propose this at the State of the Union speech.
Sony's Michael Lynton said the costs from the cyberattack on the Hollywood studio is covered by insurance and will not lead to further cost-cutting.
Fast-rising rents in the priciest U.S. cities are eating up more than half of some apartment dwellers' paychecks.
The retailer is restructuring, including plans to shutter stores and consider off-price business.
Thursday's broad U.S. rally left no shortage of moves, and eight traders on CNBC's "Fast Money" saw plays across a variety of areas.
WTI crude oil prices are most correlated with oil and gas exploration companies, if history is any guide.
Oil companies might be slashing budgets, but Jim Cramer doesn't think oil prices are going back up any time soon.
Someone made a huge buy of Dick's Sporting Goods options on Wednesday as reports came that the company was mulling going private.
House Speaker John Boehner said he has never voted for an increase in the gas tax and doubted there were enough votes in Congress to pass a hike.
James Clapper revealed new details of a dinner he had with a top North Korean intelligence official during a secret trip.
The manhunt for the two suspects in the killing of 12 people in Paris is concentrating on an area north-east of the capital.
The hedge fund industry has two new massive independent money managers to start 2015: Leda Braga and David Warren.
The bridal shop in Akron, Ohio that was at the center of the state's Ebola scare will shut its doors for good.
Here's how the government can help entrepreneurs create opportunity—and the all-important jobs—in the year ahead, says this Ernst & Young executive.
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban wishes "Fast Money" a happy 8th anniversary and shares his take on current market conditions. Cuban says Twitter has some real challenges
The average private pension was about 80 percent funded at the end of 2014, a drop from 89 percent a year earlier.