Gene replacement therapy could hold promise in treating colon cancer, reveals a study published Friday in the journal Cancer, Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.
Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. enjoyed a strong start to trade Friday, climbing 6.4% in a gloomy market with the major indexes all lower for a second day.
The Progressive Corp. said Friday that its third-quarter net income jumped 27 percent as it sold more insurance policies.
Molson Coors Canada and Miller Brewing said Friday they have settled a dispute over sales of Miller's beers in Canada.
Shares of companies that make protective clothing continued to jump Friday, as fear festered over the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
America’s foreign policy increasingly has been micromanaged by the Obama White House, effectively slowing the U.S. response to crises including jihadists’ rise in Syria, according to a detailed report by Reuters.
Kentucky Senate candidate's refusal shows how bad things are between the president and vulnerable Democrats.
Shares of some top telecom companies are mixed at 10 a.m.: AT&T Inc. fell $.07 or .2 percent, to $34.59.
Shares of some top drugstore companies are up at 10 a.m.: CVSCaremark rose $.40 or .5 percent, to $82.35.
Shares of some top chemicals companies are mixed at 10 a.m.: Dow Chemical Co. fell $.77 or 1.6 percent, to $47.46.
Shares of some top autos companies are mixed at 10 a.m.: Ford Motor Co. fell $.11 or .8 percent, to $13.73.
Richard Davey, the former head of the MBTA, is stepping down as the state's transportation secretary at the end of the month, Gov. Deval Patrick announced Friday.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber got one hell of an October surprise, as his fiancée tearfully admitted Thursday to having a green-card marriage to an 18-year-old Ethiopian immigrant.
Connecticut oil dealers are suing the state over Gov. Dannel P.
U.S. markets are stabilizing at the end of a wild week.