Target Corp.'s chief financial officer heads to Capitol Hill Tuesday to face congressional questions about one of the largest data breaches in U.S. history.
UBS AG, Switzerland's biggest bank, returned to profit in the fourth quarter following a large loss a year earlier.
Satya Nadella was picked Tuesday as the new CEO of Microsoft. Company founder Bill Gates is leaving the chairman role.
U.S. stocks plunged Monday with major boards down at least 2 percent on Wall Street as some investors went for profits and economic data looked weak.
Emerging markets are being slammed by rising inflation, economic mismanagement and political turmoil, but there's hope yet that they'll soon rise out of the nerve-jangling unknown.
Construction spending for December pushed the year-to-date total to $898.4 billion, although spending in the month rose only marginally, the U.S. Census Bureau said Monday.
United Airlines said it will drop its money-losing hub in Cleveland, slashing daily flights and eliminating jobs.
U.S. manufacturing barely expanded last month as cold weather delayed shipments of raw materials and caused some factories to shut down, the Institute for Supply Management reported Monday.
Jos. A. Bank raised doubts Sunday about whether the federal government will approve the takeover bid by rival clothier Men's Wearhouse.
Post Holdings is buying the PowerBar and Musashi brands from Nestle, further diversifying its business by expanding into the active nutrition category.
In Europe, the hunt is on for zombie banks — the walking dead among lenders, too financially troubled to loan money to an economy that desperately needs investment, growth and jobs.
U.S. stocks are falling sharply in midday trading, pushing the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 200 points, as investors react to reports of sluggish growth in the U.S. economy.
Manufacturing in the eurozone hit a 32-month high in January, with Germany leading the expansion, Markit Economics reported.
U.S. stocks slid lower in morning trading on Monday on fresh concerns about the U.S. and global economies, as well as word from Ford Motor that auto sales are off to a lackluster start this year.
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