U.S. equity markets capped one of the sleepiest trading sessions in more than a year little changed as traders took a breather after Friday's surge.
The Treasury Department said Monday the government has sold its remaining shares of General Motors and that losses from the 2009 auto industry bailout total about $15 billion.
Markets are in a "better position to accept" a reduction in the Fed's bond-buying program than they have been, Dallas Fed chief Richard Fisher said Monday.
All 159 World Trade Organization members agreed on trade initiatives for the first time ever – and some say the measures will be good news for small businesses.
While the income gap in the U.S. continues to widen, a new class of wealthy is growing.
M&A activity is expected to heat up next year following a slowdown in 2013 as tech companies continue to consolidate via megadeals.
A judge on Monday set a hearing for Dec. 16 to consider whether to expedite appeals of a ruling that declared Detroit eligible for bankruptcy protection.
Eight major web companies, including Apple and Google, made a joint call for tighter controls on how governments collect personal data.
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