The Treasury Department on Monday announced that the government has sold its remaining shares of General Motors and that losses from the 2009 auto industry bailout total about $15 billion.
U.S. equity markets capped one of the sleepiest trading sessions in more than a year as traders took a breather after Friday's surge.
M&A activity is expected to heat up next year following a slowdown in 2013 as tech companies continue to consolidate via megadeals.
The casual dining chain has reportedly hired Goldman Sachs to explore a possible leveraged buyout by a private-equity firm.
Eight major web companies, including Apple and Google, made a joint call for tighter controls on how governments collect personal data.
HSBC pushed back against a report it could spin off a chunk of its UK banking arm, telling employees the move would be 'unusual.'
Despite calls for his ouster, A&F announced a new simplified employment contract on Monday with CEO Michael Jeffries.
Confidential documents show JPMorgan tracked its record for converting hires of sons and daughters of Chinese elites into business deals there.
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