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Critics are questioning why the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration let GM sidestep a recall for the ignition switch issues.
The former co-CEO of the Newport Beach, Calif., bond giant posted his first tweet Monday morning at around 10 a.m. to announce his presence.
Jeff Boyer, a General Motors veteran, has been appointed vice president of global vehicle safety, effective immediately.
Five of the nation's largest banks have satisfied their consumer relief and refinancing obligations under a mortgage settlement.
The stock market's rally on Russian President Vladimir Putin's promise Tuesday not to go beyond Crimea is not warranted, said a leading money manager. But a Russian investor believes Putin.
Pawn shops to the rich seem to be popping up faster than Starbucks stores, according to an article in Crain's New York Business.
Wal-Mart said it will allow shoppers to trade-in used video games for an eGift card for use on any item sold in Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores and online.
U.S. housing starts fell for a third straight month in February, but a rebound in building permits offered some hope.
Viacom, which been suing Google over alleged copyright violations at its YouTube unit, has settled out of court, the two companies announced today.
Baring the unexpected, housing data and the Federal Reserve are expected to get the bulk of Wall Street's attention, starting on Tuesday.
We're in the middle of what Michael Yoshikami calls a "stumbling recovery" — and here's what he wants to hear from the Fed this week.
Alibaba’s impending initial public offering is a ticking time bomb for Yahoo to figure out how to grow revenue on its own, analysts said.
Stock market index provider MSCI said it would sell Institutional Shareholder Services to Vestar Capital Partners for $364 million in cash.
Tech companies in booming Silicon Valley are facing the most competitive rush ever to secure US work visas for their foreign hires, the Financial Times reports.
Veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday that a rumor about a second corporate bond default in China has been making the rounds on Wall Street.
Regulators are conducting two investigations into GE's credit card business for potential violations of consumer finance laws.
McGraw Hill Financial is seeking out at least $100 million in cost savings and said that it's exploring strategic options for its construction unit
Car rental company Hertz Global Holdings said it would spin off its equipment rental business for $2.5 billion.
A Brand Keys survey found that shoppers responded to Amazon's price hike by dinging its brand reputation and brand value.
U.S. baby boomers, desperate for retirement income, are increasingly turning back to reverse mortgages, but big banks stay away.