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POM Wonderful may take Coke to court to accuse it of misleadingly marketing one of its Minute Maid juices, the U.S. Supreme Court said.
If the Supreme Court rules in favor of Halliburton and against shareholders, then other businesses will gain, as well.
The primary defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor shows how divided the Republican Party has become, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer tells CNBC.
U.S. business inventories recorded their biggest increase in six months in April, supporting expectations of a sharp rebound in growth.
New U.S. claims for unemployment unexpectedly rose last week as import price gains were held in check, data showed.
U.S. retail sales rose less than expected in May, but that probably will do little to change expectations of an acceleration in growth this quarter.
Canadian yogawear retailer Lululemon's quarterly net profit fell 60 percent as tax expenses rose.
Data released shows weaker health care spending in the US.
Twitter said on Thursday Ali Rowghani resigned as chief operating officer, effective Thursday.
Folks walk into Starbucks to re-charge their batteries — figuratively. Now, they'll be able to do it literally, USA Today reports.
Lawyers for a family trying to reopen a GM wrongful death suit say it seeks to move the case to federal court to use bankruptcy as a shield.
No need to travel to Brazil to get in on the 2014 FIFA World Cup action.
The al Qaeda-inspired militants who overran two Iraqi cities in as many days apparently have new orders: march on Baghdad.
Prices of copper – the industrial metal used in everything from cars to houses – have declined this week, heading towards a one-month low.
In the past three years, the category of low-volatility ETFs has mushroomed, but whether they work or not remains an open question.
The company launched a web page overnight seemingly announcing a new streaming music service as part of its $99 Prime subscription service.
It’s always the unexpected that sends Wall Street for a loop. And something unexpected has happened.
As Brazil steps into the spotlight for the World Cup, it maintains considerable barriers to the global economy.
Surging U.S. oil production was expected to send oil prices lower, but a confluence of geopolitical events could drive high prices even higher.
Immigration reform advocates said they planned to step up pressure on the White House to enact changes without waiting for Congress.