Regulators revealed details of the Volcker rule which limits proprietary trading by banks and cuts other activities seen as risky.
General Motors named Mary Barra as the company's first female CEO to succeed current chief Dan Akerson.
U.S. small business sentiment bounced back from a seven-month low, with owners setting sights on job creation and expanding operations.
OPEC trimmed its crude oil output toward next year's global requirement, further whittling away at a supply surplus that could weigh on prices.
The largest U.S. auto parts retailer reported a better-than-expected 7% increase in quarter profit as demand for repairs improves.
The luxury home builder's profits slumped due to fewer tax adjustments, but revenue still soared 65% on more home deliveries.
Commercial jet buyers will tap rapidly-expanding capital markets to finance jet sales in 2014 as state-backed export credits become pricier and more politically sensitive.
Auto-care retailer Pep Boys saw its shares retreat 10% following weaker-than-expected quarterly revenue.
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