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The Supreme Court will hear a case on executive compensation this fall, as anger over huge bonuses paid to the executives of failing firms continues to grow, the New York Times reports.
Companies the offer the unemployed help in finding a job can charge a small fortune and deliver far less than promised, the New York Times reports.
Mexico has lowered its estimated death toll from new influenza strain referred to as swine flu to 101 from as many as 176. Italy reported its first case of the H1N1 virus.
The Dow returned to a triple-digit decline as disappointing earnings from a trio of components dragged on the index, as did a disappointing jobless-claims report. The Nasdaq, however, got a boost from a bid for ImClone.
Stocks ticked higher Monday amid merger buzz but index gains were modest as the market awaits the Federal Reserve's rate decision later this week.
Stocks retreated after an early pop Monday as the early market buzz was all about deals and deal makers.
Stocks opened lower Tuesday after disappointing guidance from Texas Instruments.
Talk about the "Road less Traveled". With the dollar at all-time lows against major currencies and the continued rise of crude oil prices, many Americans may be rethinking the summer vacations they have been planning. Here are some companies that may feel the impact...
Two of the largest U.S. airlines raised fares on Friday, aiming to take advantage of strong travel demand to boost profitability and offset the price of jet fuel, which despite recent declines, remains historically high.