A fall in demand for military equipment spurred a drop in new orders for U.S. factory goods, data showed on Wednesday.
Private sector job creation surged in June, with companies adding a much larger than expected 281,000 new positions, according to a report from ADP.
Two former female employees of Goldman Sachs who have accused the bank of gender discrimination are seeking class action status for their case.
Despite new airline rules allowing users to stay on their smartphones from takeoff to touchdown, only a small percent do. USA Today reports.
Some of the biggest investors have started to pull back from riskier fixed-income assets even as the Federal Reserve keeps on a green light for risk.
Shutterfly, the photo-sharing service, is said to be working with boutique investment bank Qatalyst Partners to sell itself, Bloomberg reported.
Nearly 7 in 10 Americans said their opinion of Obamacare will play a role in how they voting in upcoming Congressional elections.
The FTC filed a complaint against T-Mobile USA, alleging that the wireless provider added unauthorized charges customers' bills.
The United States was eliminated from the World Cup by Belgium despite a memorable performance from goalkeeper Tim Howard.
The company, which competes in a crowded cloud computing sphere, had previously tried to partner or merge with another company.
Mortgage applications barely budged last week, despite recent reports of a surge in home sales, data from the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) show.
Investor sentiment for the precious metal gold fell to a 4½-year low last month, according to new research by London-based online exchange BullionVault.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon told his employees that he has 'curable' throat cancer.
GM has not only been responsible for the lion's share of recalls in a record year, but it also recalled nearly every model that it makes.
Currency traders and strategists polled by CNBC expect a turnaround in the U.S. dollar this week.
Labor unions representing workers from across Europe met to discuss how best to take on Amazon, following what they describe as the "mistreatment" of its workforce.
As the Dow flirts with 17,000, some question how long the euphoria will last and whether investors may stay away for fear the market has gotten too rich.
Even as diners pay more attention to eat healthy food, restaurant chains are launching highly indulgent items. Here's why this makes sense.
The U.S. apartment vacancy rate was unchanged in the second quarter, while new construction rebounded as weather improved.
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