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The U.S. government has taken steps to let two companies sell unrefined American crude oil overseas, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
Whole Foods Markets has agreed to pay $800,000 after an investigation found that the supermarket chain overcharged customers in California.
The Fed can reasonably wait to raise interest rates until mid-2015 without risking an undesirable rise in inflation, an influential Fed policymaker said.
General Mills reported a 10.4 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower costs.
GoPro isn't just a hardware play. Its software, services and overall brand identity could be just as valuable, experts say.
The directors of American Apparel rejected a demand to meet and reinstate ousted CEO Dov Charney on Monday, a source close to the matter said.
Google is expected to unveil at least one small set-top box that resembles products like the Roku, Amazon's Fire TV, and Apple's Apple TV.
The Fed chief wants to see U.S. wages climb at a much brisker clip to boost spending and help workers recoup ground they lost in the last recession.
Do you worry about saving enough so you won't run out of money in your golden years? You might actually be saving too much for retirement.
They let their kids play with the sellers' kids' toys and do these other obnoxious things.
The U.S. economy is approaching the Fed's economic targets faster than expected and might push the central bank to accelerate plans to increase interest rates, Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser said on Tuesday.
A person familiar with the situation says LeBron James has decided to opt out of the final two years of his contract and become a free agent.
A key gauge of home price gains decelerated in April, but edged above analysts' expectations, a new report showed Tuesday.
House of Representatives Republicans are working on how to approach re-authorization of the U.S. Export-Import Bank.
El Niño is still likely this year, according to meteorologists, but warming has recently leveled off,the FT reports.
"Do not be surprised if 'noisy' is now the new 'transitory,'" said Tom Porcelli, chief U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets.
A longtime contraction in employer health-care spending is set to end in 2015 and resume an upward trend, according to a forecast.
Ralph Acampora still thinks the stock market is extended, but he said "everything has changed" since he predicted a correction in May.
U.S. consumer confidence rose to a six-year high of 85.2 in June, beating estimates of 83.5.
The rapid growth of electronic cigarette sales poses a rising risk to holders of as much as $96 billion of bonds tied to payments tobacco companies.
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