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The number of Americans filing new unemployment claims rose, with the four week average hitting its lowest since November.
Shale gas is adding manufacturing jobs to US cities in industries thought to be lost to foreign competition, says a report by IHS Global.
Russia says it has imposed entry bans on nine U.S. lawmakers and officials in retaliation to Washington's sanctions over Crimea.
Home sales slumped in February in part because of a lack of so-called household formation. And that is a mystery.
Food prices are on the rise. It's a safe bet consumers won't like higher costs and the same seems to go for food-related company stocks as well.
While the housing recovery has been suffering from a winter cold, Realogy CEO Richard Smith says all that could change this spring.
Want to reach people on Facebook with your business? You may soon have to pay up.
Apple needs an iWatch sooner rather than later, or the company will risk losing its innovative edge to rivals, analysts said.
Private equity firm Apollo Global Management said Marc Spilker would step down as president and member of the executive committee.
Some wonder whether the district attorney agreed to any sweetheart deals with the seven unnamed cooperators from Dewey & LeBoeuf. The NYT reports.
Hewlett-Packard will outline plans to enter the commercial 3-D-printing market in June.
U.S. securities regulators contacted public funds with investments in Russia to make sure they are managing risks and disclosing their holdings.
A law firm filed a lawsuit alleging Fitbit misled customers in its marketing after people who used the company's wearable device developed rashes.
Tesla Motors would be allowed to sell cars in Arizona without establishing a dealer network under a bill approved by a state Senate committee.
Some interesting developments could crop up in the new round of stress tests applied by the Fed on banks.
Online home-rental marketplace Airbnb is in talks with private equity firms, according to a report.
Tesla’s Gigafactory will turn an innovative carmaker into another kind of company: a metals market supply-chain manager of lithium and cobalt.
Arkansas Supreme Court overturns $1.2 billion judgment against Johnson & Johnson over drug marketing.
While markets were watching the decision closely, many were also awaiting Janet Yellen's first news conference as Fed chair.
Why did equities sell off despite what appeared to be dovish outcome of the Fed meeting? Mohamed El-Erian offers three possibilities.
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Stephen Schork, "The Schork Report" editor say oil prices may be approaching a bottom of the market.
Ed Keon, QMA portfolio manager, and Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, share their outlook on the markets ahead of the Fed ending it's quantitative easing program.