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Negative perceptions of the health care rollout have eased, a new poll finds, but overall, two-thirds of Americans say things still aren't going well.
The average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. dropped 3.46 cents over the past two weeks, retreating from its highest level since mid-October.
Federal prosecutors are scrutinizing whether banks have allowed businesses to siphon billions of dollars from consumers’ accounts.
The fortunes of nuclear power may hinge on a market for smaller, cheaper and safer reactors.
It's going to cost you a few pennies more to mail a letter. The cost of a first-class postage stamp is now 49 cents — 3 cents more than before.
The dollar is likely to rebound this week on expectations that the Fed will approve a "gradual" withdrawal of bond purchases, according to a CNBC poll.
Will the Fed announce further tapering—and what will that mean for the market?
Traders are bracing for another rough ride in markets this week, as the emerging markets continue to shakeout and the Fed is expected to announce another round of cuts to its easing program.
Airports are busy rolling out major upgrades and expansions in places such as San Francisco, Denver, New York and New Orleans.
The idea of banning, or at least reducing, the use of automobiles in city centers has become an increasingly hot topic among urban planners.
"Ride Along," a buddy cop comedy starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, raced to the top of the weekend box office charts for the second week in a row, collecting $21.2 million in ticket sales.
Michaels, the biggest U.S. arts and crafts retailer, said on Saturday it is working with federal law enforcement officials to investigate a possible data breach on its systems that process payment cards.
The DoJ and the CFTC have both held investigations into whether BofA engaged in improper trading by doing its own futures trades ahead of executing large orders for clients.
Not only is credit more available, the rates on used vehicle loans is expected to stay at a reasonable level.
Wal-Mart Stores plans to lay off 2,300 workers at its Sam's Club stores, about 2 percent of its workforce, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
Puerto Rico is in a struggle to borrow money—and it has to do it quickly if it wants to keep ratings agencies happy.
Martin Marietta Materials is in advanced discussions to buy construction material supplier Texas Industries, Bloomberg said.
The price of natural gas spiked as a surge in demand for the heating fuel has led to concerns about whether there will be enough to last the winter.
Obama risks tacking too far left and setting Democrats up for disappointment in this year's vital Senate races, POLITICO's Ben White says.
A star pitcher who recently signed for the Yankees will pay an extra burden in state and local taxes for the privilege, Americans for Tax Reform said.
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