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Subsidies accounted for four-fifths of the profits reported by Chinese steel companies, a dramatic increase in reliance on state support.
General Motors will begin building a new, top-end Cadillac sedan late next year at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll who said Apple had become somewhat or much less cool in the last two years.
Once the ailing part of a family business, Singapore-listed Eu Yan Seng International, is in the pink of health.
Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, currently Oracle's presidents, will become the CEOs of the company.
Home Depot said 56 million card details were likely stolen in a data breach between April and September at its stores in the US and Canada.
The logo, which featured a five-pointed red star led to complaints from some members of the Vietnamese-American community.
Citi argued it faces "a serious and imminent hazard" if it cannot process another interest payment by Argentina on $8.4 billion in bonds the country issued.
The Fed just might have triggered an early look at its dream trade—where short-term yields rise gradually and longer term rates rise more slowly.
Microsoft laid off 2,100 employees as a part of a previously announced restructuring plan.
Credit Suisse analyst Gary Balter is the latest retail expert to call for struggling department store Sears to liquidate.
A top Wall Streeter thinks the government is hurting the economic recovery by unfairly constraining banks and continuing bad policies.
IBM's memo to select staff forcing them to take a pay cut and retrain may seem harsh but it makes sense for investors, this hedge-fund manager says.
A new survey has found 10 percent of American workers have showed up to their jobs high. Are you surprised? Here’s what employers can do about it.
A top Wall Street investment expert doesn't see a stock or corporate bond crash coming anytime soon—even if it's tough to spot cheap assets.
The federal debt grew at the slowest pace since 2007 in the second quarter, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday.
If you're looking to put new money to work, you may want to avoid these stocks, says Bespoke's Hickey.
Alibaba's expected valuation is about $175 billion. Here's how that compares with other tech giants like Amazon, Facebook and Apple.
The glittery initial public offering, which prices Thursday evening, may not be all gold.
The Fed took an enforcement against Santander, saying the bank should not pay out dividends without prior written approval.