S&P 500 Ends February at Record High

Investors closed out a strong month for stocks with another record high. The S&P 500 pushed further into record territory Friday, setting a new closing high of...

Wal-Mart, Rite-Aid, and CVS Top List of 10 Companies that had the Worst Customer...

There’s no doubt the shopping experience has improved tremendously for Americans over the last decade. Online shopping has been the game-changer, but a lot...

Best Buy Announces Return to Profit in Report on 4th Quarter of 2013

Best Buy returned to a profit in the fourth quarter and topped Wall Street expectations as it cut costs to offset declining sales. The specialty...

Best Buy Lays Off 2,000 Managers

Best Buy Co. Inc. apparently told about 2,000 managers around the United States on Wednesday that they were being laid off, a move that...

Tesla Motors Unveils Plans for Multi-billion Dollar “Gigafactory”

Tesla Motors (TSLA) unveiled plans for its multi-billion dollar Gigafactory, and Wall Street is largely positive on the implications for the ambitious project. Palo Alto, Calif.-based Tesla believes it...

U.S. and Japanese Regulators Probe Collapse of Bitcoin Exchange

U.S. and Japanese regulators are investigating the collapse of the world's largest exchange for trading bitcoins, the virtual currency that has grown in popularity...

General Motors Apologizes for Acting Too Slowly in Recall of 1.6 Million Vehicles

In a rare public apology, General Motors acknowledged Tuesday that it may have reacted too slowly to a safety issue linked to 13 deaths. The delayed response...

Asiana Airlines Hit with Half a Million Dollar Fine for Not Aiding Families After...

The U.S. Department of Transportation on Tuesday fined Asiana Airlines $500,000 for failing to assist families following the crash of Asiana flight 214 in...

U.S. Atty. Gen. Wants Congress to Mandate that Businesses Act Swiftly to Inform Customers...

Attorney General Eric Holder is urging Congress to require businesses to quickly alert consumers and law enforcement agencies in the wake of significant data...

Netflix Cuts Deal to Pay Comcast to Ensure Smooth Streaming for Online Videos

Netflix has agreed to pay Comcast, the nation’s largest home Internet carrier, to ensure its online videos are streamed smoothly. The arrangement highlights the vast...

Warren Buffett Names the 10 Stocks he Values the Most

Berkshire Hathaway CEO offers a look into which stocks he values most as an investor. Warren Buffett is one of the most successful and widely...

Wall Street Sees Rise as Manufacturers Report Highest Activity in Nearly 4 Years; Tesla...

Stocks climbed on Thursday after a reading on manufacturing activity hit its highest in nearly four years, while news about Facebook and Tesla drove...

3 Former Barclays Employees Face Charges in Interest Rate Manipulation Conspiracy

Regulators in Britain said on Monday that they had begun criminal proceedings against three former Barclays employees suspected in the manipulation of a global benchmark interest...

Walgreens Fires Pharmacist Who Refused to Sell Plan B Contraceptive

Walgreens wrongfully fired a pharmacist of six years at Walgreens’ store in Jamestown, Tenn., in violation of his constitutionally and statutorily protected right to...

China’s Lenovo Pushing to be Third-biggest Company in Global Smartphone Market

The chairman of Chinese computer giant Lenovo pledged on Thursday to make the company the world’s third-biggest smartphone seller following an acquisition binge as...

GM says it’s Paying its New CEO, Mary Barra, About $14.4 Million

General Motors will pay CEO Mary Barra compensation worth about $14.4 million this year, or about 60% more than the 2013 compensation of her...

Obama Administration Again Extends Deadline for Some Businesses to Comply with Obamacare

The Obama administration is giving another delay to business groups concerned about the health care law's requirement that larger firms cover their workers. The Treasury...

Companies are Actively Seeking Out and Hiring Undocumented Immigrants Who Came to U.S. as...

Teach for America, which places recent college graduates at low-income urban or rural schools for two years, now lists deferred-action status on its website...

AOL CEO Tim Armstrong Reverses Changes to Benefits Policy, Apologizes for Remarks

AOL Inc.'s Chief Executive Tim Armstrong said Saturday the company would reverse a recent change to its employee 401(k) policy and he apologized for remarks used to...

Despite Weak Jobs Report, Some Analysts See Underlying Strengths in U.S. Economy

A second straight month of weak job growth renewed concerns Friday that the vigor displayed by the American economy late last year may be...