The Us Postal Service has taken the first step toward replacing its long-time mail truck, The Wall Street Journal reports.
U.S. stocks closed at highs on Friday, with the S&P 500 setting a new record as firming oil prices sent the energy sector higher.
The U.S. government will begin accepting Apple Pay later this year, said Apple CEO Tim Cook.
A two-minute video featuring U.S. President Barack Obama clowning around marks a sea change in the way political campaigns are being run.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO criticized bad workers and D.C. politicians for slowing down the economy on Thursday.
If the Federal Communications Commission adopts controversial net neutrality rules, expect lawsuits, AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells CNBC.
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The price of oil continued its bumpy ride higher on Friday, with analysts feeling more confident that the commodity is set to climb.
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The euro zone's GDP expanded more than expected in the fourth quarter of 2014, boosted by an acceleration in Germany's growth.
Oil rose above $60 a barrel on Friday for the first time this year, bringing its gain this week to almost 4 percent.
China will surpass the United States as the world's largest retail market within the next three years, according to new research.
European equities ended higher Friday with investor sentiment boosted by better-than-expected growth numbers.
As the dust settles on the newly-signed peace deal between Ukraine and Russia, European leaders and experts are questioning President Putin's motives.
Hedge fund billionaire Larry Robbins gave investment ideas at a charity stock picking event in New York on Thursday.
Economist Nouriel Roubini believes it's time for investors to consider art an asset class, just like stocks, bonds and commodities.
Ordinary Russians are feeling the pinch from the country's economic decline and some believe the crisis hasn't even started yet.
Philippine shares have charged higher over the past year, and some analysts expect the country's consumers can keep the good times rolling.
Wealthy black American families invest more conservatively than their white peers, according to a study.
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