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The stock market is looking to Friday's jobs report as the next big driver.
"Game of Thrones," HBO's Emmy-award winning fantasy epic, has surpassed "The Sopranos" as its most popular series ever, the cable network said.
BofA could pay over $12 billion to settle probes into the bank's alleged handling of shoddy mortgages, the Wall Street Journal said.
As the Senate made a deal to ease delays, the VA's acting boss revealed 18 veterans on a secret waiting list died while waiting for care.
U.S. authorities negotiating with BNP Paribas over alleged sanctions violations at one point suggested it pay a penalty as high as $16 billion.
Wal-Mart's appointment of 44-year-old Penner puts him in a position to succeed Chairman Rob Walton, his 69-year-old father-in-law.
UPS said its board of directors named David Abney, the company's current chief operating officer, as its new CEO. He was appointed to the board.
While many investors remain mesmerized by the record rally in stocks, commodities like wheat and corn have logged huge losses in the past month.
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Earlier, Verizon sent Netflix a letter demanding the streaming service cease and desist false claims and unfair business practices on Thursday.
Warren Buffett's annual auction to benefit a San Francisco charity has drawn a bid of more than $1 million, surpassing last year's top offering.
The father of a woman killed in the crash of a GM car recalled for a deadly ignition key fault said the compensation offered is not enough.
The euro continued to rise despite the ECB's all-out assault on the specter of deflation, and some analysts believe it won't weaken anytime soon.
China's military spending exceeded $145 billion last year, the Pentagon said, a far higher figure than Beijing's official tally.
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Mary Jo White spoke of the need for a "comprehensive review" of market structure, including rules adopted a decade ago that helped create high-speed trading.
The market seems to have blithely shrugged off recent troubles in Ukraine, but this may be too optimistic.
U.S. household net worth rose 2 percent in the first quarter to a record $81.8 trillion, but the number came with a more gloomy indicator.
Investors are already wondering what high-priced stocks will next pierce $700 a share as Apple is on the verge of splitting its share price.