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Car sales seem to have peaked, and the question is how much has to do with consumers pulling back versus lenders tightening the rules on loans.
Google has refuted claims that it systematically underpays female employees by revealing its gender “blind” approach to remuneration calculations.
Spokesman Sean Spicer did not firmly commit to the August timeline the Trump administration previously outlined.
Investors are shunning two high-performing stock market bets that share an anti-US focus.
Soaring investor demand led Brazil's No. 3 airline, Azul, to boost the size of the deal by almost one-fifth.
Japan's Toshiba Corp filed twice-delayed business results on Tuesday without an endorsement from its auditor, increasing the likelihood that the nuclear-to-TVs conglomerate will be delisted.
A video showing a passenger who appears to be of Asian ethnicity dragged off an overbooked United Airlines plane has triggered outrage on social media in China.
S&P 500 earnings are expected to grow roughly 10%, led by roughly 15% gains in the two largest sectors, Technology and Financials.
An estimated 30 million to 50 million jobs in Asia are at risk of displacement in the medium to long term because of artificial intelligence technologies.
Russia's intelligence chief says eight members of terrorist cells have been arrested in connection with the deadly bombing in St. Petersburg.
Morgan Stanley laid out a "bull case" for stocks, calling for the S&P 500 index to reach 3,000 in 12 months.
Boeing wants to trim costs by using 3-D printed parts in its plane structure.
TD Ameritrade's Investor Movement Index offers one reading of investor sentiment.
Machines are increasingly taking over menial factory work on the mainland, the SCMP reports.
Qualcomm responded to Apple's $1 billion lawsuit from January with a countersuit, claiming the iPhone maker breached agreements.
Banks still using computer programming language more than half a century old are dealing with a dwindling community of IT veterans who specialize in it.
Small business optimism, a bond auction and job openings data are a few things that could add some spice to a quiet market Tuesday.
Shares of the automaker could see further upside following a big upgrade, according to one technical analyst.
North Korea's parliament convenes Tuesday for an annual meeting that's expected to commemorate Kim Jong-un's leadership
The market has gotten expensive, Michael Farr and Kenny Polcari say.