Wells Fargo has agreed to pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to 2 million accounts its employees opened for customers without getting their permission, the bank announced Tuesday.
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House lawmakers on Tuesday voted to overturn an Obama-era privacy rule for broadband providers, buoying telecommunications firms but potentially muddying consumer-protection standards.
Elliott Advisors, the hedge fund with a 3.25 percent stake in Dutch paintmaker Akzo Nobel , has identified shareholders representing 25 percent of the company's owners who want it to engage in takeover talks with PPG Industries , according to Dutch newspaper FD.
The company is launching a new gaming subscription service in late spring 2017 for Xbox One owners.
FedEx's management team remains confident in the company's long-term earnings growth trajectory, despite a weak performance last quarter.
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Cara Therapeutics has reported positive mid-stage trial results for its lead drug candidate, clearing the way for a late-stage trial to begin soon.
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Wells Fargo & Co. said late Tuesday it agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit over the creation of millions of unauthorized customer accounts.
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The American Petroleum Institute late Tuesday reported a rise of 1.9 million barrels in U.S. crude supplies for the week ended March 24, according to sources.
Sonic Corp. shares declined in the extended session Tuesday after the drive-in restaurant chain's quarterly revenue came in below Wall Street expectations.
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Shares of Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. shares fell 6% late Tuesday after the casual-dining chain beat fourth-quarter per-share earnings expectations but called for lower-than-expected same-store sales for 2017.
The biotech plans to spin off its lead unpartnered drug into a separate company.
Depomed Inc. announced a series of changes at the top after a battle with an activist investor Tuesday, and warned that first-quarter revenue will be lower than expected, sending shares down.
Snapchat's parent company faces a challenge in Facebook's new app update, but it won't be the end of Snap.
RH shares rallied in the extended session Tuesday after quarterly results for the parent company of Restoration Hardware topped Wall Street estimates.
As General Motors packs its bags and bails on Europe, where it hasn't turned a profit this century, Ford's CFO made it clear the automaker wants to remain in the market.
Euronet Worldwide Inc ramped up its fight against China's Ant Financial Services Group in trying to acquire MoneyGram International Inc , urging the U.S. government to closely scrutinize the rival Chinese bid saying it raises "significant national security risks."
The Blue Oval said it will retool a factory, expand engine production, and build new data centers in its home state.
The safety-minded Swedish auto supplier could be a dark horse in the emerging self-driving car industry.
U.S. stocks finished higher Tuesday with the Dow industrials snapping an eight-day losing streak following better-than-expected economic data.