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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman is shuffling the executive deck just hours ahead of fiscal third quarter earnings on Wednesday, which are expected after the bell.
A flight attendant trainee for American Airlines has been fired after the airline discovered he is on the government's "no-fly" list for making several bomb threats against United Airlines.
Ron Paul loves gold, but how much the former presidential candidate loves the yellow metal could strike some as a bit...extreme.
The results of a new study ranking states on their affordability for operating a vehicle may surprise you.
Bigger companies expect health-care costs to increase under Obamacare—and most are concerned with getting hit by a tax on pricier plans under the health-reform law, a survey finds.
Hedge fund heavyweight Bill Ackman acknowledged in a letter to clients that he has made a few blunders this year, but still believes in his bet against Herbalife.
Target warned on Wednesday its annual profit was likely to be near the low end of its forecast as it anticipated continued cautious consumer spending.
Google has held meetings with the National Football League about a potential TV deal.
Cramer said that this major turning point for the tech giant could drive the stock price significantly higher.
US home resales rose in July to their highest level in over 3 years, suggesting an increase in borrowing costs is having only a limited impact on the market recovery.
Ed Whitacre's latest comments are a sobering reminder of just how screwed up the world's largest automaker was during its brief bankruptcy and the short period of time afterward.
Bloomberg News is creating the positions of standards editor and independent senior editor in the wake of a scandal involving client data on the company's computer terminals.
Imprisoned former Qwest Communications International CEO Joseph Nacchio is seeking a nearly $18 million tax refund.
JPMorgan Chase is close to naming two new directors with finance and risk management expertise to its board, a source close to the matter said.
Applications for U.S. home loans fell for a second straight week as higher interest rates reduced refinancings.
Lowe's second-quarter net income rose 26 percent, as the retailer and rival Home Depot were buoyed by the housing market's recovery.
Here's one thing both critics and supporters of the modern welfare system agree on: The direct assistance program as we knew it in the 1980s and 1990s is dead and gone.
Just a quarter of this year's high school graduates have the reading, math, English and science skills they need to succeed in college or a career.
A new survey finds good and bad news on the college savings front. Parents are saving more, but not enough. And a third are still paying off their own student loans.
U.S. businesses are hiring at a robust rate. The only problem: Three out of four of the nearly 1 million hires this year are part-time and many of the jobs are low-paid.
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