If the Federal Reserve plans to raise interest rates in December, the terrorist attacks in Paris aren’t likely to alter those plans, analysts said Monday.
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The U.S. added 252,000 jobs in December, further evidence that labor markets are well on their way to a sustained recovery after years of fits and starts.
Former Federal Reserve Chief Ben Bernanke's new blog for the Brookings Institution, the first entry of which was published on Monday, is an exercise in rhetorical balance -- and you can learn a lot, just probably not what you thought you wanted.
Twenty-First Century Fox revealed fiscal 3Q profits from continuing operations of 47 cents a share, topping views. Revenues of $8.22 billion also beat estimates. Shares jumped 3% in extended trading.
President Obama announced a shift in policy toward Cuba that will include opening an embassy in the country and normalizing relations.
Exclusive: Philadelphia Fed President Charles Plosser said the Fed needs to be wary of the 'unintended consequences' of holding rates at historic lows.
As a key element of the ObamaCare health-care reform effort takes effect, America remains sharply divided on its merits.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who knows a thing or two about good deals, is touting the potential of beleaguered Detroit as a comeback story.
Starbucks reported a record $3.8 billion in revenue, an 11% increase from a year earlier.
Fitch affirmed the U.S. at AAA with a stable outlook, saying the 'key pillars of (the) U.S.s exceptional creditworthiness remain intact.'