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Wall Street's tempered expectations for Apple this earnings season may actually be a good thing.
A Senate proposal would cut rates for now, though borrowers would probably pay more in the future.
The postmaster general has renewed his plea for lawmakers to allow the Postal Service to switch to a five-day delivery schedule and to implement other overhauls.
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Factory activity in the mid-Atlantic region expanded in July at its highest pace since March 2011 as employment and shipments picked up.
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Dell has delayed Thursday's vote on founder Michael Dell's plan to take the slumping computer maker private, a sign the board needs time to rally support.
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The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits dropped more than expected last week to its lowest level in four months.
Verizon Communications quarterly earnings and revenue rose on strong wireless subscriber growth at its Verizon Wireless venture with Vodafone Group.
Equity sales, underwriting and wealth management helped power Morgan Stanley to a 42 percent jump in second-quarter profit, the firm announced on Thursday.
Tight loan underwriting is about halfway back to the "too liberal" standards before the Great Recession, BB&T Chairman and CEO Kelly King warns on CNBC.
JPMorgan Chase wants to settle accusations by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that it gleaned profits from power plants via “manipulative schemes.”
President Obama is set to boast Thursday that Obamacare is giving rebates to 8.5 million Americans this summer and lead to $3.4 billion in reduced insurance premiums.
Nasdaq OMX chairman Borje Ekholm warned of "bubbly valuations" in financial markets as a result of ultra-loose monetary policy from the world's largest central banks.
Activist investor Carl Icahn teed off on the board of Dell, a day before computer maker's board is set to vote on an offer by its founder to take it private.
American Express beat Wall Street earnings expectations for the second quarter, as the company's members spent more.
Ebay's stock dropped after the company reported second quarter earnings in line with analysts' expectations, but offered weaker guidance for the third quarter.
Intel's margins improved but the chip giant cut its full-year revenue forecast amid slumping PC sales and a shift toward tablets and smartphones. Shares fell after-hours.
IBM reported second-quarter earnings Wednesday that exceeded analyst expectations, sending shares up more than 3 percent.
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