Labor Day marks the end of the peak travel season for the theme park giant. It's not ending well.
General Motors Co. has settled two cases related to its defective ignition switches.
The upscale yoga apparel retailer slips on an analyst downgrade following a quarter of slowing growth.
The chip company's quarterly payout is indeed a strong candidate for a raise next year -- or even earlier.
Hillary Clinton on Monday scheduled two TV interviews and flew for the first time this election cycle on a campaign plane that has press corps accommodations -- amid criticism that she is increasingly avoiding the news media.
Iran's state TV says police have shut down more than 800 clothing stores across the country for selling "unconventional and inappropriate" attire — believed to mean Western-style outfits and women's clothing that doesn't meet strict Islamic requirements.
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Bank of America pays a small dividend, but it's spending billions on buybacks.
Saudi Arabia and Russia said Monday that they had agreed to cooperate to stabilize the oil market but stopped short of outlining specific limitations on their petroleum production.
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Congress returns for brief, election-year session with Zika funding, avoiding shutdown topping its list
Lawmakers return Tuesday to Capitol Hill for a short election-season session in which their main -- though politically daunting -- objective will be providing money to keep the government running, with outside hopes of providing funding to fight the growing, mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Facebook makes a move against Snapchat with a new video-based app only for teenagers.
Stocks in Europe and Asia started the week higher, helped by a rise in oil prices and expectations that the Federal Reserve would keep interest rates on hold for longer.