Travelers Companies announced on Tuesday that Alan D. Schnitzer will succeed Jay S. Fishman as CEO effective Dec. 1 of this year.» Read More
Already among the top donors to Hillary Clinton's political career, megabank employees have funneled big money into her campaign.
A news study shows that women suffering from Alzheimer's worsen twice as fast as their male counterparts, NBC News reports.
Rulings by justices with a potential financial interest in the outcome of the cases raise new questions about the credibility of the court.
In an intensifying fight over capping cars in NYC, City Hall and Mayor de Blasio try a new strategy in fighting Uber, NYT reports.
Sports Authority is hoping to end years of what Moody's described as "inconsistent" operating performance.
While the initial panic or hysteria may have dissipated, the threat of Ebola remains imminent, survivor Kent Brantly said.
Instagram recently banned the hashtag #curvy, angering many users. Re/code looks at how the platform decides which hashtags to ban.
A New York state wage board is expected to recommend lifting the fast-food minimum wage to $15 an hour, The Wall Street Journal reports.
California may be thirsting for more drops of water, but water utilities in the state—and elsewhere—are doing great.
Verizon delivered quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday, boosted by an increase in wireless subscribers.
Qualcomm is expected to conduct a strategic review that may result in a breakup of the company, among other options, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Chesapeake Energy said on Tuesday it would suspend dividend payments, starting in the current quarter, to save up to $240 million a year.
A messaging service for business is being launched by some of the world's biggest banks in a bid to challenge Bloomberg's dominance of the market.
United Technologies cut its full-year profit outlook on Tuesday as it warned of pressures in its aerospace systems and Otis elevators businesses.
Travelers reported a stronger-than-expected profit as catastrophe losses almost halved and it recorded a gain from the resolution of tax issues.
U.S. payment processor First Data filed with U.S. regulators on Monday for an initial public offering of common stock.
The famous Smithsonian has launched its first crowdfunding campaign in the hope that fans will help preserve an iconic piece of space memorabilia.
Online shopping club Jet.com launched Tuesday, aiming to deliver bigger savings to members who buy multiple items in a single order.
While Wall Street frets over the ability of bond markets to absorb a rate rise, the Federal Reserve has a message for the industry: deal with it.
Millennials are struggling with the dual burdens of record-high student debt and the lingering effects of the Great Recession.
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Emergency supplies were being rushed Tuesday to help Saipan after the Earth's most powerful storm of 2015— Super Typhoon Soudelor— blasted through.
Long-time entertainment power couple Kermit and Miss Piggy split ahead of anticipated television return.
The presidential race reached a tasty new level with Ted Cruz's video featuring him cooking bacon on the barrel of a gun.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer saw that even Apple could not hide from China today. Turns out the best places to hide seem to be the stocks with highest risk, he says.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer gives his take on Apple's recent decline.
Most times, company management wants to unlock value by making a multi-division company easier to understand. Cramer gives investors breakups worth watching.