Lawyers for two Massachusetts residents and for the newspaper that called them "Bag Men" after the Boston Marathon bombing are clashing over the significance of emails that circulated among law enforcement in the chaotic days after the attack.
Splunk Inc. on Thursday reported a loss of $60.8 million in its fiscal second quarter, but the data management software developer raised its estimates for the year, sending its stock up in late trading.
Pacific Sunwear on Thursday reported fiscal second-quarter earnings of $7.5 million.
California lawmakers passed a key hurdle Thursday in imposing the nation's first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags.
The three-story brick house on a mostly deserted street in the shadow of the failed $2.4 billion Revel Hotel Casino was Charlie Birnbaum's father's livelihood.
Worsening tensions in Ukraine and some weak showings from retailers on Thursday sent U.S. stocks slightly lower for the first time this week.
The average 30-year U.S. mortgage rate remained this week at a 52-week low of 4.10 percent.
President Barack Obama on Thursday said he'd asked his advisers to prepare a "range of options" to confront the militant group Islamic State.
Georgia Power says its construction budget for a nuclear plant near the South Carolina line remains steady but costs could change in the future.
Disappointment awaits Democrats who hope public outrage will help kill Burger King's tax-avoiding move to Canada.
More than 6,000 students who dropped out of college have expressed interest in a new program encouraging them to return to the classroom, education officials told state legislators on Thursday.
U.S. stocks ended the day in the red on Thursday, despite positive economic news. The Dow slipped 40 points, the S&P 500 dropped three points and the Nasdaq was down 11.