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A deal to restructure $8.2 billion in Puerto Rican utility debt collapsed, after lawmakers missed a deadline to approve conditions for the bond swap.
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In an interview with CNBC, the NIH director said people may be "a little cynical" because of cancer's casualty rate, but researchers 'had its number.'
Some states dependent on energy revenues are facing strained budgets due to low oil prices, according to an S&P report.
The recent El Nino storms only slightly increased the levels of California reservoirs that stand at half of historic depths, federal officials said.
St Jude Medical Inc said the FDA has issued a Class I recall on faulty parts of its devices implanted into patients to control irregular heartbeats.
A California judge on Friday ruled that Viacom Executive Chairman Sumner Redstone can be examined by a doctor hired by Redstone's ex-girlfriend.
Google said it had reached an agreement with the U.K. to pay £130 million ($185 million) in back taxes and interest. The FT reports.
A doctor is under internal investigation by a Miami health system due to an online video of a young woman trashing an Uber car.
Starbucks says the Paris terror attacks hurt their sales in Europe. But is that just a convenient excuse?
Analysts have identified retail as the next sector that's likely to get rattled by activist investors.
Google shelled out $1 billion to Apple in order to remain a search option on iOS devices, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Banks are raising red flags about energy loans on their books, but they may be unable to bring down the hammer on drillers.
An increasing number of older Americans are driving for Uber or its competitor Lyft to augment retirement income, the NYT reports.
Despite its problems, Twitter is one of the "most significant companies of the century," says Ted Bailey, chief executive of Dataminr.
The slide was led by a drop in housing permits and weak new orders in manufacturing.
BlackRock chief Larry Fink tells CNBC he's more bullish on stocks than a week ago, but said crude hasn't hit bottom.
World stock market losses are approaching $8 trillion so far this year and investors last week poured the most money into government bond funds.
The U.S. December Chicago Fed National Activity Index narrowed to -0.22 from the revised -0.36 the previous month.
Investors will zero in on Microsoft's cloud business amid earnings, but they will also keep an eye out for two other factors.
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