KeyCorp reported earnings and revenue that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
The drugmaker Shire wants AbbVie to stick with its roughly $55 billion acquisition bid, and it is reminding its U.S. counterpart of the hefty breakup fee it will receive if things don't work out.
Since the first U.S. Ebola diagnosis in Dallas last month, demand for hazardous materials suits and face masks has surged, creating a boon for companies that manufacture and sell the protective equipment amid heightened fears the deadly outbreak will spread.
Shares of companies that have recently rallied on Ebola fears were surging once again in premarket trading on Wednesday.
BlackRock Inc. on Wednesday reported a 26% rise in third-quarter profit, with net income rising to $917 million from $730 million in the same quarter last year.
The Commerce Department reports on business stockpiles in August.
Helge Lund, the CEO of Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil, has resigned after 10 years in charge of the government-controlled company.
A second health-care worker in Texas has been tested positive for the deadly virus Ebola, the Texas Department of State Health Services said on its website on Wednesday.
Britain's unemployment rate dropped to 6 percent for the June to August period, down from 6.4 percent in the three months before and the lowest rate since 2008.
A second female health care worker at the Dallas hospital where Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan was treated has tested positive for the virus, Texas health officials confirmed Wednesday, as the state prepares for the possibility of more cases.
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THE LARGEST US nurses' union alleges that nurses at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, far left, were not given proper protection or guidance in treating Ebola patient Thomas Duncan, while the condition of infected nurse Nina Pham, near left, is upgraded to good.
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Nurses at a Dallas hospital have claimed that a haphazard and sloppy care system was maintained during the treatment of Thomas Eric Duncan, who became the first person to die of the Ebola virus in America last week.