The U.S. government said on Monday it would resume fast processing of H-1B visas requested by institutions of higher education and nonprofit and governmental research organizations, while leaving in place a longer approval time for companies that use the visas.
U.S. home resales fell more than expected in June as a dearth of properties lifted house prices to a record high.
Though lawmakers on Capitol Hill continue to take a cautious approach to economic reform, pro-growth policies will move the needle on economic growth, according to Allianz Chief Economic Advisor, Mohamed El-Erian.
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were pulled lower by losses in Johnson & Johnson in late morning trading on Monday, while the Nasdaq was little changed ahead of Google parent Alphabet's earnings report later in the day.
Four colleges in three New England states are working together to train students and make it easier for them to create programs for their region's growing green building and resilient design industries.
___ Retailers, brands see green for back-to-school shopping NEW YORK (AP) — For the back-to-school season, many parents and their kids are thinking green.
U.S. stocks finished barely lower Friday as energy companies fell with oil prices and a 10-day rally for technology companies came to an end.
U.S. stocks are falling Friday as General Electric stock drops after the company's second-quarter report.
President Donald Trump on Friday applauded a rosy reading of U.S. manufacturers’ optimism, despite continued legislative gridlock on his major policy proposals.
More than 15,000 toys are being recalled this week because parts can break off and pose a choking hazard to infants.
German automaker Audi says it will fit up to 850,000 diesel cars with new software to improve their emissions performance, following a similar move by rival Daimler.
Business events and economic reports scheduled for the coming week: All times are Eastern.
Weak refinancing, thanks to higher interest rates, took a bite out off regional banks' earnings in the second quarter and loan growth remained sluggish, mirroring trends seen at larger banks.
In June, 14 U.S. states experienced a bump in hiring while the unemployment rate fell across 10 states.
Nissan is campaigning against an effort to unionize the Japanese automaker’s Mississippi factory, where the United Auto Workers union is looking to score a rare victory in the South.
An underwater robot has captured images of lava-like lumps inside a damaged reactor at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, spotting for the first time what is believed to be nuclear fuel that melted six years ago.
While total U.S. household debt in the first quarter of 2017 surpassed its $12.68 trillion peak reached during the recession, according to data from the New York Fed, it’s the astronomical increase in student loan debt that is perhaps the most shocking.
Four turbines made by the German industrial giant wound up in Crimea, a possible violation of EU sanctions.
The Latest on Germany's tougher stance on Turkey following the jailing of a human rights activist (all times local): 2:15 p.m. Turkey's prime minister has sought to downplay worries of growing tensions between Turkey and Germany following the jailing of six human rights activists, which included one German.
U.S. stocks ticked lower on Friday as weak earnings from industrial giant General Electric weighed, while tech shares retreated from record highs and energy tracked the price of oil lower.