Shares of nutrition company Herbalife soared almost 10% after it said a re-audit following the KPMG scandal required no material changes.
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The biggest U.S. investment bank is planning on selling its NYSE floor unit as human-based trading at the Big Board dwindles.
Shares of blue-chip conglomerate 3M rallied on an upbeat outlook for 2014 earnings and share repurchases.
Verizon Communications plans to take up to $10 billion worth of charges in the fourth quarter tied to pension liabilities as well as about $1 billion of Hurricane Sandy-related costs.
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In its first major move since being acquired by Japan’s Softbank, Sprint Nextel revealed a deal to take majority control of 4G broadband network provider Clearwire for about $100 million.
Slammed by a 28% dive in sales and shrinking margins, struggling department store J.C. Penney disclosed a weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter loss of more than $500 million.
Wall Street slammed Coach on Wednesday, sending the handbag maker’s stock plunging 16% after it disclosed a weaker-than-expected 1.5% rise in fourth-quarter profits amid slowing North American sales.
Crude oil tumbled after Libya said it will end military operations against rebels.
Xerox revealed a stronger-than-expected increase in profits and upbeat guidance for the current quarter.