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Kroger has delivered 43 straight quarters of rising sales at stores open at least a year.
Thirteen years after the twin towers of the World Trade Center were destroyed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, One World Trade Center reopens its doors.
Toys R Us and J.C. Penney will also open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
Online sales this holiday are expected to reach a record high, but the category's growth will decelerate, according to Forrester Research.
Politico's Ben White tells you what to look for as the results roll in from Tuesday's midterm elections.
MetLife will make a final plea on Monday to U.S. regulators determined to subject it to tougher oversight.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing in September to its highest level in 7½ years, according to data released Monday.
Laboratory Corp. of America said it would buy contract research company Covance for about $6.1 billion in cash and stock.
The BoJ's stimulus blitz raises the specter of currency wars as a rapidly weakening yen threatens the competitiveness of export-driven economies.
A 29-year-old British banker appeared in a Hong Kong court on Monday charged with two counts of murder.
Tim Cook just got us closer to the day when coming out as gay isn't a big deal, says former Rep. Barney Frank.
What's become apparent in the debate is that while some may want to give up American citizenship, they resent the notion that they are giving up American values.
AbbVie reported strong earnings on demand for its Humira drug and said it could deliver strong long-term growth without another big merger bid.
If you repeatedly answer the phone in a fake robot voice, can you get suspended from your job? Affirmative.
Markets have rebounded sharply since touching correction territory on October 15, with two S&P sectors posting double-digit gains since.
Piper Jaffray analysts Gene Munster and Doug Clinton say they were happy to see that investors don't care Apple CEO Tim Cook is gay.
What waits on the other side—asset bubbles, inflation, the prospects for still greater wealth disparity—remains, of course, an issue for another day.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company's third-quarter results and shared his high hopes for the future.
Politico's Ben White offers up his midterm prediction for the Senate, as well as for other tight races around the country.
Forty years after cheap Japanese watches nearly ruined the Swiss industry, Apple's new smartwatch is posing a similar threat.