The prices charged by manufacturers, farmers and other producers were unchanged in August, the latest evidence that inflation is tame.
U.S. wholesale prices flattened out in August, held down a sharp decline in gasoline prices.
U.S. producer prices were unchanged in August, pointing to benign inflation pressures that could weigh in the Fed's decision to hike rates.
SpaceX has thrown open the hatch to its Crew Dragon spacecraft, revealing a sleek black and white interior for the capsule it is building to fly astronauts to the International Space Station and other destinations.
Mattress Firm Holding Corp.'s stock plunged 12% in light premarket trade Friday, after the mattress retailer missed fiscal second-quarter profit and sales expectations, and cut its full-year earnings outlook.
Marvell Technology Group Ltd.'s stock tumbled 16% in premarket trade Friday, after the semiconductor company disclosed in a regulatory filing that it was conducting an internal investigation of certain accounting and internal control matters.
Former Army sergeant raising funds for hormone replacement therapy to treat soldiers with brain injury
In the last 15 years, more than 330,000 members of the military were diagnosed with at least one traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Gold prices eased on Friday, while uncertainty over the timing of the Fed's first interest rate increase in nearly a decade held prices in a narrow range.
Caroline Vumbunu believes that exercising among the dead helps prolong her life.
The U.S. military, stung this year for mistakenly shipping live anthrax samples, said on Thursday its labs were being investigated for possibly mishandling other organisms, including one that causes plague.
Lululemon Athletica Inc.'s stock climbed 1.1% in premarket trade Friday, bouncing from a sharp selloff in the previous session, after the yoga-gear seller was upgraded at Robert W. Baird & Co., which cited "compelling" valuation at current levels.
Prostate cancer, breast cancer and AIDS are all potentially lethal diseases that affect hundreds of thousands each year. But Sepsis, a deadly immune response triggered by infection, kills more people than all of them combined.
A panel of outside advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday voted against approving Purdue Pharma's opioid painkiller over concerns of overdosing.
In trendy, hipster London or New York, it's all about juicing, vegan diets and snacking on kale crisps. Thousands of miles away, in Nairobi or Bogota, the middle classes are more likely to reach for roasted goat or a juicy steak.
U.S. health officials said on Thursday they were puzzled by a surge in the number of people who have contracted a rare bacterial disease usually found in rabbits that has already killed a Wyoming man and sickened dozens of people in Colorado, South Dakota and Nebraska this year.
The Treasury Department releases federal budget data for August at 2 p.m. Eastern on Friday.
Beijing is considering injecting more than 1 trillion yuan ($16 billion) into the Chinese economy over the next three years, state
Shares of apparel retailer Cherokee Global Brands plunged after Target elected not to renew the license of the brand in the United States.