British bank Barclays said Hector Sants, the head of its regulatory compliance office, has decided to step down from his post.
Macy's reported a quarterly profit Wednesday that easily surged past Wall Street expectations, with the department store chain citing increased advertising for stronger sales.
Stocks fell in early trading Wednesday as investors weighed signs of an improving economy against the prospect of the Federal Reserve cutting back on its economic stimulus.
Despite preconceptions that Millennials buy everything online, they may actually be first in line to shop in brick-and-mortar stores this Thanksgiving Day.
Will Tim Massad, nominated to head the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, prove as aggressive as Gary Gensler in holding Wall Street banks to stricter standards?
Daniel Loeb said he'as taken a stake in FedEx Corp. and met with its leadership, goosing the shipping company's stock.
The head of the World Bank says growth in the global economy is proceeding in a positive way but there still is a lot of work to be done to make sure it lasts.
The Justice Department says it has reached an agreement to allow American Airlines and US Airways to merge, creating the world's biggest airline.
A pair of reports released in Washington last week about U.S. economic performance caused a positive surprise among analysts and observers.
Jobs are hanging in the balance as machinists in the Seattle area prepare to vote on a Boeing contract proposal, union and company officials said.
Markets were unmoved Tuesday by a promise from China that the free market would play a bigger role in the country's state-dominated economy.
U.S. farming's best days may soon be behind it, the American Farm Bureau Federation's top economist said, though it's well to remember that the industry is presently at an unprecedented peak.
China and India are increasingly driving world energy demand as the U.S. production boom puts it on track to become independent of the global market, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday.
More and more Americans are giving up on their Thanksgiving holiday meal as Black Friday shopping, the annual rite of passage on the day after Thanksgiving, continues to creep further into the holiday as more stores open their doors a day early.
Stocks were mostly lower in early trading on Wall Street Tuesday after an all-time-high for the Dow on Monday, with major U.S. market indexes still trading at near-record levels.