Oil and gas companies report a myriad of numbers to their investors.
What: Women's apparel specialist Vera Bradley jumped 22% in March, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence .
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A woman's vision loss and lesions on her eyes turned out to have an unexpected cause: a vitamin deficiency stemming from weight-loss surgery, according to a recent report of her case.
A drug banned from competitive sports can be found at high doses in some weight-loss and workout supplements — a finding that researchers say is alarming and could potentially pose health risks.
A day after a heated exchange with protesters, Former President Bill Clinton is offering a near-apology for his behavior at a campaign event for his wife, Hillary Clinton.
Electric-car maker Tesla Motors ' first-quarter deliveries are out.
Though getting audited by the IRS usually isn't as traumatic an experience as some might expect, most of us would obviously prefer to stay off the audit list in the first place.
Lawyers for a group of California teachers have filed a long-shot request for the Supreme Court to hold new arguments in a major labor union case that ended last week in a 4-4 tie.
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Gold prices ended higher Friday, capping one of its best weekly runs in three weeks as worries about the global economy and lackluster coming quarterly corporate results supported bids in the yellow metal.
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The first letter written onboard the Titanic, penned just hours before the ship embarked on its doomed maiden voyage, will be sold at a U.K. auction this month.
Remember a while back when Netflix let current subscribers keep their lower monthly subscription rate? That’s changing next month.