With the upswing in credit quality expected to slow, Wells Fargo's primary mortgage business is coming into focus.
Stocks pared their losses but still ended Thursday in the red amid concerns out of Europe.
Texas attorney Bob Hilliard, who represents plaintiffs suing General Motors, believes as many as 5,000 people died in connection with the automaker's ignition-switch issue.Is...
Stocks pared their losses in mid-day action, rebounding from a steep selloff that was sparked by concerns out of Europe.
With fewer questions over the status of exports from Iraq and Libya, crude oil futures are in the midst of their longest drought since 2009.
Alcoa returned to profitability in its fiscal second quarter, driven by stronger results for the company’s metals business.
U.S. health-care companies are stepping up efforts to merge with rivals from overseas, seeking to benefit from lower tax rates in countries like the UK.
Expedia agreed to buy Wotif.com for roughly $657 million, as the online travel booker looks to capitalize on growth in Asia-Pacific markets.
Facing activist pressure, PetSmart’s board has been reviewing potential changes to the retailer’s capital structure, according to a regulatory filing on Monday.
Mergers and Acquisitions
The agricultural commodities group will acquire the food favors and specialty ingredients firm for $3 billion cash, will assume $136 million of net debt.