After a somewhat shaky start to the session, the U.S. stock market limped higher, but still managed to reach record levels.
A Detroit suburb, its former mayor and city administrator have been charged with fraud connected to a municipal-bond offering for a movie studio project.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Genworth Financial Inc., down $5.41 to $8.66 The financial services company reported a quarterly loss on higher costs, and the results fell short of Wall Street expectations.
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GT Advanced Technologies disclosed Thursday that the Securities and Exchange Commission is probing certain trading activity in the company's securities.
Here are the government's rankings of the leading airlines and their on-time performance for September.
For two newlyweds, their romantic honeymoon took a devastating turn when the groom started experiencing eyesight problems, reported Central European News (CEN).
White House press secretary Josh Earnest touted President Obama's willingness to work with a Republican-led Congress, Thursday, in an effort to "advance the interests of the American people."
From hot to not and back again, Japanese stocks have been a confusing lot the last couple years.
Indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry has made his first court appearance on felony abuse of power charges, sitting largely stoically through heated arguments from lawyers.
For 40 years, Buddy Cianci has been known as the mayor of Providence — even while serving time in federal prison for corruption or hosting a radio talk show while in political exile for his crimes.
Solazyme Inc. shares plummeted to new lows Thursday after the renewable oils and bioproducts company reported a disappointing third-quarter, along with continued production issues at a plant.