Care for some ribs? The royal mummies of ancient Egypt apparently did, as a new study finds that "meat mummies" left in Egyptian tombs as sustenance for the afterlife were treated with elaborate balms to preserve them.
The Senate Banking Committee is expected to vote Thursday on Janet Yellen's confirmation to become the next Fed chief.
U.S. stocks turned higher on Tuesday after a European Central Bank official reportedly said that quantitative easing is a possibility for the central bank.
JPMorgan is expected to sign a $13 billion deal to settle claims it misrepresented the quality of the mortgages it sold to investors during the housing boom.
Here’s a Wall Street fact: There’s not one single economic report more influential on the markets, business sentiment, and the American psyche than the monthly jobs number.
United Continental plans to significantly cut annual costs and increase revenue by 2017, hoping to at least double profits.
Shares of Salesforce.com slipped early Tuesday, a day after the cloud-based software company posted a narrower loss and beat revenue expectations.
Nokia shareholders were set Tuesday to approve the sale of the company's mobile phone business to Microsoft.
E*Trade received approval from regulators to divert capital from its bank subsidiary to use for broader corporate purposes.
Best Buy's warning for an increasingly promotional holiday environment raised concerns about fourth quarter margins.