The S&P 500 was barely higher Friday afternoon as investors assessed the latest White House shakeup, while shares of sporting goods retailers and Deere weighed on the market following disappointing results.
California regulators are tightening the strictest rules in the nation on a pesticide popular with farmers over new health concerns, officials said Friday.
The crushing weight of student loan debt isn’t a problem affecting just younger Americans; a new study shows older Americans are shouldering an increasing share of the nation’s collective $1.34 trillion student loan debt.
Eclipse mania is building and so is demand for the glasses that make it safe to view the first total solar eclipse to cross the U.S. in 99 years.
U.S. stocks continue to skid Friday morning as industrial companies fall after a weak report from farm equipment giant Deere.
A Delaware judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit filed by former stockholders of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia over the company's 2015 acquisition by Sequential Brands.
The NASCAR driver is closing his racing team that competes in the Camping World Truck Series.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. decreased by three this week to 946.
Scotts Miracle-Gro could be one of the biggest winners in the "green rush" for the marijuana industry.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is skewering a lawsuit filed by a former ally.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday announced a new spending plan that would eliminate state education aid to 85 school districts and reduce school aid to another 54 cities and towns, if the state budget impasse isn't resolved by next month.
Many adults are providing ongoing financial support for aging parents or adult children. This support can have a serious impact on their own financial security.
NBCUniversal's Stay Tuned is off to a strong start on Snapchat.
After paying customers millions of dollars for opening phony accounts they did not want, Wells Fargo & Co has said it is now grappling with the possibility it harmed customers by closing real accounts they needed, leaving them without access to funds.
The oil giant restarted its share buyback program, which should pay big dividends down the road.
Vernon Poling was 44 years old when he got a home of his own.
The fossil fuel giant thinks it can significantly grow its production and lower capital spending at the same time. Can its Permian Basin assets make that possible?
Both will provide exposure to precious metals, but one has a lot more diversity and built-in low costs.
Controversial Trump advisor Steve Bannon, a former Goldman exec, is leaving the White House.
Facebook Inc <FB.O> founder Mark Zuckerberg said on Friday he would be taking two months of paternity leave after the birth of his second daughter.
Sporting goods retailers can't shake their losing streak.
The India-based IT outsourcing and consulting company is left without a firm leader, but the exiting CEO may keep pulling the strings for a while.
Some day traders are profitable, but you're not likely to become one of them.
New York's authority to block construction of a major natural gas pipeline by denying a key permit has been upheld by a federal court.
U.S. dollar stores have not become collateral damage, as feared, in a price war among big retailers including Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Kroger Co, which has pushed down prices of key items such as eggs and laundry detergent.
The sporting goods retailer soared after a surprise earnings beat.
"These are the times that try men's souls," was written more than two centuries ago, but given events this week, they could have popped up in any blog or tweet in recent days.
A market crash will happen. It’s just a question of when.
As company management faces off against an activist investor, shareholders will vote to determine if he should have a place on the board.
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m.
The anonymous nature of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin may be helping online hackers to monetize their approach, making it imperative for companies to evolve their cybersecurity policies, said McAfee CEO Chris Young.
Thinking of going back to school? Here's where you might reap the biggest rewards.
The House of Mouse is setting new boundaries on the relationship, but it isn't really breaking up with the video-streaming leader anytime soon.