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BOSTON/ WASHINGTON, March 13- Target Corp's security software detected potentially malicious activity during last year's massive data breach, but its staff decided not to take immediate action, the No. 3. U.S. retailer said on Thursday.
House Republicans are asking insurers for data on how many Obamacare enrollees have paid, and how many were previously uninsured.
The possibility that Crimea will join Russia has sparked such fear among customers, banks have had to impose withdrawal limits.
Amazon.com will raise the price of its Prime membership to $99 a year from $79. Should you bite?
Graco Children's Products has added more than 403,000 child seats to last month's recall of 3.8 million to replace faulty harness buckles.
U.S. stocks declined on Thursday, after the S&P 500 came less than four points from its record close.
Billions of Western dollars in aid to Ukraine will likely end up in the coffers of the Russian government thanks to a bond clause.
This is the latest in a string of actions by fast-food workers, many of whom earn minimum wage, to protest how much they are paid.
The number of millionaire households in America reached an all-time high in 2013.
Alibaba reportedly seeking a U.S.-listed IPO. The e-commerce site is in dispute with Hong Kong over its partnership structure.
There will be no delay in penalty for missing the health care enrollment deadline, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said.
About $1.7 trillion is invested in variable annuities, yet most investors don't know how to value their holdings and evaluate fees and tax advantages.
Yet another warning flag was raised Wednesday over the high-priced junk bond market.
You can already pay for a ticket to space or even buy a beer but companies are now looking to bitcoin to fund mergers and acquisitions.
A new study says 10 percent of all renters want to buy a home this year, but face considerable hurdles like tight credit and higher prices.
Amazon.com is hiking prices on Prime, its premium membership tier, to $99 per year from the current $79.
China's latest read on domestic spending and industrial output came in worse than expected, offering little comfort to markets already spooked by the prospect of a weakening economy.
Bargain hunters eyeing the drop in emerging market equities may want to shift their focus to the segment's unloved bonds instead.
Crude was hurt by a large rise in U.S. oil inventories and a report that the government planned to release crude from its reserve.