Boeing is looking at several locations, including Long Beach, Calif., to build its new 777X.
U.S. stocks fell in early trading in New York on Tuesday as investors weighed the most recent earnings reports and waited for more economic news.
CVS Caremark's third-quarter net income climbed 25 percent in a performance that beat Wall Street expectations. The drugstore operator and pharmacy benefits manager also raised its 2013 earnings forecast.
The U.S. service sector expanded for the 46th consecutive month in October with gains accelerating modestly, the Institute for Supply Management said.
Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries have agreed to pay over $2.2 billion to resolve criminal and civil allegations that the company promoted powerful psychiatric drugs for unapproved uses.
Tri Pointe Homes is spending about $2.7 billion for Weyerhaeuser's homebuilding business in a deal that will make it a major player in the recovering housing market.
The stock market's gains on Monday were a mile wide and an inch deep as major indexes posted slight but widespread gains.
Institutional investors, who turn single-family homes into rentals, accounted for about one in four home sales in Atlanta, Las Vegas, St. Louis and Jacksonville, data from RealtyTrac show.
Public-private partnerships are on a roll, but little is being said about their downside.
After two decades of experience with the historic welfare reform law on 1996, analysts are finding it created unintended side effects such as an incentive for low wages and increased reliance on federal benefits.
Kellogg plans to cut its global workforce by 7 percent in the coming years.
Hedge fund giant SAC Capital Advisors has agreed to plead guilty to fraud charges and to pay a $1.8 billion financial penalty, federal prosecutors said Monday.
BlackBerry's CEO Thorsten Heins is stepping down after Fairfax announced it won't buy the struggling company.
Food traceability is a growing concern for both businesses and consumers who want to know exactly where their food is coming from, but the path of the global food supply is a winding one and the increasing complexity of the world's food system can make it difficult to trace products back to their source.
Oracle shareholders have rejected the company's pay practices for a second successive year, after founder Larry Ellison topped the league of America's best paid executives with a $78 million package in the most recent financial year.