An earnings deluge will hit the stock market Thursday, and analysts say that mostly good reports could continue to drive new highs.
China's manufacturing activity rose to an 18-month high in July, according to a private survey Thursday, as the government's stimulus measures worked their magic, consolidating a recovery in the world's second biggest economy.
Israelis have used smartphones, mobile applications and telecoms technology to try to minimize casualties in the latest conflict in Gaza.
The U.S. lifted the ban on commercial flights to Israel's Tel Aviv, while continued fighting pushed the Palestinian death toll over 700.
The State Department's global database for issuing travel documents has crashed, resulting in delays for those waiting for U.S. passports and visas.
Standard & Poor's may face securities fraud charges for ratings given to six commercial mortgage-backed securities issued in 2011.
Facebook reported earnings and revenue that beat estimates in the second quarter, thanks to its robust mobile ad business.
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Americans are stashing more in their IRAs, but it may still not be enough for a comfortable retirement.
Though barely a week has passed since MH17, an anti-aircraft campaign is still in full swing above the areas controlled by pro-Russian separatists.
Yum severed ties with OSI Group after police detained five people from the supplier's meat-processing factory at the center of a food-safety scare.
Mars Chocolate North America said that it will raise its prices by 7 percent "to offset rising costs," its first increase in three years.
The new board will have the task of figuring out whether ousted founder Dov Charney will return in some capacity to American Apparel.
Gilead Sciences delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
The federal government says 10.3 million adults have become newly insured since the launch of Obamacare last fall.
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I would bet inflationistas a truckload of scarce limes that inflation pressures are temporary and inflation is about to fall, says Ron Insana.
A former Jefferies Group managing director convicted of defrauding investors was sentenced to two years in prison.