Ed Rollins, former campaign manager for President Reagan, said the new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci has created chaos in the White House, by tagging Reince Priebus in a tweet over the “leaking” of his financial disclosure information.
‘In Trump we Trust’ author Ann Coulter discusses the political impact of President Trump’s tweeting.
More tech titans are cementing their place as America's richest residents.
Billy Walters, the famed sports gambler and associate of golfer Phil Mickelson, was sentenced to five years in prison and fined $10 million on Thursday for his role in an insider trading scheme.
The trucking company linked to the recent deadly human smuggling case in Texas had promoted itself as an American success: a family firm whose hard-working drivers helped keep the U.S. economy running.
The Latest on the effort by congressional Republicans to pass a health care bill (all times local): 12:12 p.m.
The Latest on the trial of Martin Shkreli (all times local): 4:30 p.m.
Starbucks plans to shutter all its Teavana stores as it seeks to improve its financial performance.
Getting rid of the Affordable Care Act's highly unpopular penalty for not having health insurance could backfire on Republicans, prompting significant premium increases if it were actually to pass.
Casinos in Nevada won 2.9 percent more from gamblers in the fiscal year that ended in June, compared with the year before, the Nevada Gaming Control Board said Thursday.
Honda says a driver in Florida has died in a crash that involved an exploding Takata air bag inflator.
Amazon.com Inc reported a 77 percent slump in quarterly profit as the company invests heavily in areas such as video content and in fast-growing economies such as India.
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m.
The Trump administration says construction of prototypes for a proposed border wall with Mexico has been delayed to early November because two companies objected to the bidding process.
U.S. stock indexes slipped from all-time highs, dragged lower by a poor showing from tech stocks.
Randal Quarles, President Donald Trump's nominee for the Federal Reserve Board, says he likes a predecessor's ideas for where regulators should prune banking rules.
The Latest on a California Supreme Court ruling with implications for the state's high-speed rail project (all times local): 12:45 p.m.
GE Transportation plans to end most locomotive production at its century-old plant in northwestern Pennsylvania, eliminating about 575 jobs.
The networking-hardware specialist jumped after a stellar second-quarter report. Here's what investors need to know.
The controversial theme park operator receives an analyst downgrade, worried that its turnaround is losing steam.
An email between Wilmington Trust executives sent amid the Great Recession appears to mock the gravity of accusations against the now-defunct bank.
A slew of strategic partnerships inked over the last year and a half is providing PayPal with volume to sustain its aggressive revenue growth.
A state fair, where one person was killed and seven others were injured when an "aggressive thrill" ride broke apart, will be open Thursday, officials said, but the rides won't be running until they all are determined to be safe.
Time Inc. said on Thursday it has sold live events company INVNT back to the company's founding partners.
Big gains for Facebook, Verizon Communications and other companies reporting healthier-than-expected results nudged U.S. stock indexes a bit further into record territory on Thursday.
The Neiman Marcus Group is cutting and reorganizing about 225 positions, the company confirmed with MarketWatch.
France's economy minister has announced the nationalization of the country's emblematic shipyard to ensure an Italian company does not take it over.
Brazilian police have arrested a former CEO of state oil company Petrobras on suspicion of receiving bribes from a construction company involved in a sprawling corruption scandal.
Nordstrom Inc. family members are in talks with private equity partners including KKR & Co., Apollo Global Management and Leonard Green & Partners to take the luxury department store private, according to a Reuters report.
A Las Vegas gambler linked to golfer Phil Mickelson has been sentenced to five years in prison for his federal conviction on insider trading charges.
A close look at two of the biggest names in wearables reveals two companies with a lot riding on their upcoming releases.
A defense attorney and a courtroom full of supporters depicted a woman who ran a methadone clinic for 20 years as a cross between a den mother and an angel of mercy to southwestern Pennsylvania's growing population of opioid addicts, but a federal prosecutor countered that she was a "greedy" businesswoman who defrauded Medicaid to feed a gambling habit.
Volkswagen says U.S. environmental regulators have agreed to a plan for the German automaker to fix or buy back about half of the diesel cars involved in its emissions cheating scandal.
AT&T Inc. plans to sell $22.5 billion of corporate debt in seven tranches on Thursday to finance its $85 billion blockbuster deal to acquire Time Warner, according to the Financial Times.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average plunged Thursday toward its worst day in 13 months, with all 20 components contributing to losses.
The Latest on Ohio State Fair's deadly accident when a ride broke apart.
Shell generated more than $11 billion in cash from operations and has mostly completed its integration of BG Group.
The European Commission has conditionally approved the sale by DuPont of part of its crop protection business to FMC Corp. and DuPont's acquisition of FMC's health and nutrition business.
Foxconn Technology Group's manufacturing plant in Wisconsin wlll be the first U.S.-based facility for the Taiwan-based electronics giant.
Oil prices climbed for a fourth session Thursday to notch another settlement at a two-month high.
The Chinese tech giant is enjoying surging demand for its popular mobile games.
Goldman Sachs is looking to lend wealthy investors up to $25 million, using their stocks and bonds as collateral.
Two utilities that supply power to customers in four states say they plan to buy what is being billed as the largest wind farm in the U.S. once the $4.5 billion project is completed in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Despite the sharp intraday selloff in the major indexes from record highs Thursday, which has sent the CBOE Volatility Index up 12% in afternoon trade, the Arms Index, which many use to measure buying or selling intensity, suggests investors remain relatively calm.