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U.S. consumer sentiment fell in June as views by consumers with the lowest incomes soured, a survey released on Friday showed.
The Justice Department has asked Citigroup for over $10 billion to settle a mortgage-backed bonds investigation, according to Bloomberg.
GM will recall 511,528 Chevrolet Camaro cars, mainly in North America, because a driver's knee can bump the key fob and cause a loss of power.
President Barack Obama is likely to make "timely decisions" on the situation in Iraq given the gravity of what has happened there in recent days.
U.S. producer prices fell in May as costs declined broadly, indicating inflation pressures remained benign.
Priceline announces it is buying online reservation site OpenTable for $103 per share, or about $2.6 billion.
New U.S. claims for unemployment unexpectedly rose last week as import price gains were held in check, data showed.
Japan's central bank left its monetary policy steady by a unanimous vote on Friday.
Sycamore Partners said Thursday it wants to acquire retailer Express, adding that it has already acquired almost 10 percent of Express's stock.
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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said Thursday interest rates in the U.K. could increase sooner than investors expect.
Intel raised expectations on second-quarter and full-year revenue, as well as gross margins, based on a stronger-than-expected business PC demand.
Ford Motor Co said it would lower the fuel economy ratings for six vehicles and make goodwill payments to owners of about 200,000 cars.
Stocks declined on Thursday after retail sales figures disappointed and energy costs rose.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said it it will allow others to use its patents.
Iran has sent elite troops to Iraq to assist the country's government against al Qaeda-inspired rebels, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Treasury auctioned $13 billion of 30-year bonds at a high yield of 3.444 percent. The bid-to-cover ratio, an indicator of demand, was 2.69.
House Speaker John Boehner says President Barack Obama is "taking a nap" as terrorists capture Iraqi cities and move toward the capital of Baghdad.
U.S. business inventories recorded their biggest increase in six months in April, supporting expectations of a sharp rebound in growth.
Twitter said on Thursday Ali Rowghani resigned as chief operating officer, effective Thursday.