Ben Bernanke wrapped up his four-part lecture series at George Washington University on Thursday with a rather cautious view of the American economy.
U.S. stocks drifted lower but rebounded in later trading Thursday to end at nearly breakeven.
PayPal is throwing its full weight into the mobile payments market. To fill its vacant top spot, the Web payments giant is elevating David Marcus, who joined the company in August as its mobile chief.
The Treasury Department priced preferred shares in an auction of six smaller banks this week as it unwinds positions it acquired during the height of the financial crisis.
A heavily anticipated report on working conditions at Apple supplier Foxconn documents dozens of major labor-rights violations, including excessive overtime, unpaid wages and salaries that aren’t enough to cover basic living expenses.
Nike scored a win in its lawsuit against rival Reebok over the sale of apparel with the name of quarterback Tim Tebow and that of his new team, the New York Jets.
It’s a hot week for public debuts. Shares of two tech-related companies, CafePress and Millennial Media, gained in their initial public offerings Thursday.
If you want to attend Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, you’d better be prepared to use the company’s technology to secure a spot.
The gambler’s clock was ticking on Thursday as Mega Millions broke a new record of $540 million, the biggest jackpot for any lottery.
Sales of investment properties and vacation homes soared last year as investors snapped up homes that were selling at beaten down prices.