U.S. homeownership dropped to 63.9 percent, its lowest level since 1994, according to the U.S. Commerce Department.» Read More
Bill Gross's new employer saw a 7 percent increase in short interest in the past month, according to new data.
Staples is investigating a possible breach of payment card data and has contacted law enforcement about the matter.
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A federal amendment expired, paving the way for Dallas Love Field to offer flights again and setting the stage for an airfare war.
The NFL and other sports leagues filed a lawsuit against New Jersey to fight sports betting in the state.
A doctor treated for Ebola was released from an Atlanta hospital and 43 people were taken off Dallas' Ebola watch list.
Weakness in Europe has been the dominant driver behind the recent volatility in U.S. stock markets, Mary Callahan Erdoes said.
The NHTSA said on Monday that certain car owners should "act immediately" to replace defective Takata airbags, affecting 4.7 million vehicles.
While very fast-mutating, Ebola is unlikely to become transmissible through the air, said Richard Preston, author of the "The Hot Zone."
There are fewer tax-code changes for 2014, but the expiration of 48-plus tax breaks might leave students, retirees and homeowners cold.
"Beer has to have water," says the manager of one brewery, who noted that a typical can of beer is 92 percent water.
Here is the most crucial element to stopping the spread of Ebola, says Scott Ratzan, a doctor and member of the CDC board on infectious disease.
Reflecting downgrades to the European economic outlook, the bank doesn't expect the yield to rise to 3 percent until the end of next year.
Dallas Fed President Fisher said stock market volatility has not changed his outlook for ending the central bank's bond-buying program "one iota."
Warren Buffett does not like to lose money in general, so losing $1 billion before lunch on a Monday morning can not be going down well.
U.S. stocks gave back some of Friday's gains after IBM's top and bottom lines badly missed estimates.
Earlier Monday, IBM posted quarterly results that badly missed Wall Street expectations, which was enough to drag the entire Dow lower.
Hasbro reported a 43 percent jump in quarterly profit, helped by higher demand for its Transformers, Marvel and Stars Wars action figures.
Toyota Motor on Monday recalled 247,000 vehicles in the U.S. because a Takata-made air bag may rupture.
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