Covered California could get a higher-than-expected proportion of sick people under President Obama's new rules, which might in turn require insurers to revisit the premiums they have already set.
A Government Accountability Office report finds that the Federal Reserve hasn't finalized regulations it's required to implement to avoid future bank bailouts.
U.S. and European Union negotiators on Friday reported good headway in their talks for a proposed free trade deal, and disputed charges that ordinary citizens could be the losers.
Industrial production dropped 0.1 percent in October after posting a gain of 0.7 percent in September, the U.S. Federal Reserve said Friday.
New York manufacturing showed a slight contraction in November, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Friday.
Jos. A. Bank has withdrawn its unsolicited -- and unwelcome -- $2.3 billion offer to buy rival Men's Wearhouse.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a new stake of 40 million shares of Exxon Mobil and revealed that it cut its ConocoPhillips investment to 13.5 million shares at the end of September.
Boeing union machinists soundly rejected the aerospace giant's contract that would have guaranteed Boeing would build its newest plane in Washington.
The U.S. economy is "in the fifth inning of recovery," a JPMorgan Chase economist told a gathering of University of Richmond business students.
Janet Yellen was "clear and concise and saying what we expected" at a nomination hearing Thursday, favorably impressing Wall Street investors and sending stocks higher.
Millennial moms have baffled marketers with their eclectic shopping patterns, but a new study may be able to help with that.
Lockheed Martin announced Thursday it will lay off about 4,000 workers across the country, closing operations in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Texas and California.
Wal-Mart Stores cut its annual outlook for the second time in three months as the world's largest retailer finds its low-income shoppers continue to feel squeezed around the globe.
The price of oil slipped closer to $93 a barrel on Thursday, pressured by another expected rise in U.S. crude stocks.
Foreign markets will drive long-term demand growth for U.S. agricultural products, the chief economist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture said, but U.S. producers will have to compete with Brazil, Ukraine and Russia.