Equifax CEO Richard Smith abruptly retired Tuesday following a massive data breach that potentially impacts 143 million Americans.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Jay Clayton faces the wrath of lawmakers on Tuesday, after Wall Street’s top market regulator and watchdog fell victim to a breach itself last year, disclosing the attack in a press release last week.
The spike in gasoline prices that followed Hurricane Harvey is beginning to subside.
Estimates of the size of a Hurricane Harvey aid package for Texas and Louisiana rose on Thursday, with one proposal being drafted for $150 billion, while the White House promised to make a request for funding soon to Congress.
Swedish police say a train carrying passengers has collided with an armored vehicle south of Stockholm.
U.S. stocks are higher Tuesday morning as technology companies recover some of their losses from the day before.
The U.S. government selected four bidders to build prototypes for a new barrier along the southern border.
College-bound high school seniors are the most likely targets for nagging about completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.
American consumers feel a bit less confident this month, their spirits pulled down by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
French President Macron wants tougher EU taxes on internet giants, coordinated online regulation.
The White House and congressional Republicans are finalizing a tax plan that would slash the corporate rate while likely reducing the levy for the wealthiest Americans, with President Donald Trump ready to roll out the policy proposal at midweek.
Sales of new U.S. homes slumped 3.4 percent in August, the second straight monthly decline.
Sales of new US homes slumped 3.4 percent in August; second straight monthly decline.
Japan's government has approved a revision to its 30-to-40-year plan to decommission the Fukushima nuclear plant, delaying by two more years the removal of radioactive fuel rods in two of the three reactors damaged in the 2011 disaster.
Kohl's long-time CEO Kevin Mansell is retiring and will be replaced by Michelle Gass, a former Starbucks executive who has been with the company since 2013.
Federal prosecutors announce fraud and corruption charges in college basketball, including against 4 coaches
Federal prosecutors announce fraud and corruption charges in college basketball, including against 4 coaches.
Grain futures were lower Monday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to meet with the president of the European Council as she tries to break the deadlock in negotiations on leaving the European Union.
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 9:35 a.m.
The Latest on the Republican effort to overhaul the Obama health law (all times local): 9:35 a.m.
Long-term care costs are surging and the most expensive option — a private nursing home room — may soon top $100,000 per year.
Relative to sales, Mattel is priced as if the sky were falling. The toy company is facing no shortage of problems, but the market's pessimism may be getting out of hand.
Target is the latest company to raise its minimum wage across the board.
These biotechs are hoping that October brings blue skies for their promising pipeline candidates.
The Latest on negotiations over Britain's exit from the European Union (all times local): 11 a.m. Britain's foreign secretary says his government will ensure the rights of Romanians living in Britain are protected after Brexit — though he didn't give details.
EU official Donald Tusk after talks with UK leader: Not yet 'sufficient 'progress' to move Brexit talks to next stage
EU official Donald Tusk after talks with UK leader: Not yet 'sufficient 'progress' to move Brexit talks to next stage.
The International Monetary Fund has welcomed Egypt's economic reforms, saying it has made a good start at reining in public spending, boosting investor confidence, and addressing the surging inflation generated by the new policies.
The Latest on Mexico's major earthquake (all times local): 8:05 a.m.
Equifax CEO Richard Smith is out after massive internet breach.
If Angela Merkel wants to see how tough it can be to form a multiparty government, the German chancellor need only look across the border at the Netherlands, where four-party coalition talks are still grinding on more than six months after the election.
Two pharmaceutical sales representatives in New Jersey have pleaded guilty for their involvement in a $50 million state health benefit program scheme.
The electric-car maker is playing offense, and its forecast for how fast it could run up the score is astounding. Meanwhile, its reported linkup with AMD would be a huge deal for the chipmaking underdog.
Last year in Q2, "The Cursed Child" gave the publisher a huge boost. But the difficulties for the company run far deeper than that.
Biopharma companies are using court battles and reformulations to prevent generic-drug makers from capturing sales.
Asian stocks declined Tuesday as investors watched U.S.-North Korean tensions after a fall in tech shares dragged down Wall Street.
Darden Restaurants Inc. (DRI) on Tuesday reported fiscal first-quarter earnings of $119 million.
It's much closer to Valeant's current debt load of $28.5 billion than it is to zero.
The megabrewer still intends to dilute the line between true craft and mass craft beer.
Two more acquisitions show that Total is taking renewable energy very seriously.