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A major Colorado hospital system will refuse to hire anyone who uses tobacco products starting Jan. 1.
Online retailer Amazon.com will release a new ad-supported video streaming service early next year, the New York Post reported, citing sources.
Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:
Despite recent ups and downs, hedge funds are now more in love with Japan than at any time in the last decade.
Russia may cut oil production to shore up flagging prices, but no decision has been made yet, its energy minister said.
Toyota will recall 422,509 of its Lexus vehicles in the U.S. because of a possible fuel leak that increases the risk of fire, U.S. regulators said.
Google is now offering a subscription service to Web users to remove ads from sites.
Behind the big options bet on the solar stock.
Despite the seemingly unstoppable U.S. stock market, private equity billionaire Wilbur Ross says he'd advise individual investors to be cautious.
Friday marks one year since protests erupted in Kiev, which snowballed into the biggest upheaval Ukraine has seen since the end of the Soviet Union.
There are few new cancer drugs to treat kids, and not much research is being done.
China has revealed its floor for economic growth is 7 percent after unexpectedly cutting interest rates, the former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia says.
Growing social unrest in Mexico culminated in a mass protest on the streets of its capital Thursday, with reports of fierce clashes between demonstrators and police.
US crude settled below $80 a barrel after China cut interest rates and on speculation OPEC could agree to reduce oil production.
"That is not how American democracy works," House Speaker John Boehner said in a statement.
Immigrants who may qualify for deportation protection should begin gathering documents that will help them prove eligibility. USA Today reports.
The Fed will issue in the first quarter of next year new rules for financial holding companies in the physical commodities markets.
Dow Chemical and Dan Loeb's hedge fund Third Point struck a deal on Friday to add four new directors to Dow's board.
In year-end meetings, advisors are helping clients stressed out by the economy and government to get their financial houses ready for 2015.
The surge in the U.S. dollar this month to an almost seven-year high versus the yen is very bad news for Ford investors, if past history is a guide.