The Obama administration has finally acknowledged that those hurt and killed in the 2009 Fort Hood shootings were victims of terrorism -- and not “workplace violence,” as it was previously described. And while formal recognition of that is set for Friday, when victims will receive the Purple Heart, it may only be symbolic.
Medicines Co. said Thursday that sales of its anti-clotting drug Angiomax fell by at least $50 million year over year in the first quarter, and its forecast came up far short of Wall Street estimates.
With a leadership transition on the horizon on Capitol Hill and President Obama entering his final two years in office, cracks are beginning to show in the Democratic Party.
Shares of some top beverages companies were mixed at the close of trading: Anheuser-Busch Inbev ADR rose $.38 or .3 percent, to $125.92.
Hillary Clinton will announce she's running for president this weekend, Business
The nation's highway safety chief says his agency will seek quick action on a regulation requiring electronic speed limiters on big rigs.
General Motors Co. plans a major overhaul of its technical center in the Detroit suburb of Warren, the automaker announced Thursday, on the same day Mayor Jim Fouts revealed that an unnamed business is considering a $1 billion investment that could create 3,000 jobs.
Citing concerns about hiring practices at California's second-largest utility, a bipartisan group of U.S. senators Thursday asked for an investigation into whether companies are firing American workers and replacing them with foreigners to cut costs.
Deutsche Bank is in talks to settle accusations --leveled by a quartet financial watchdogs--of manipulating a key interest rate, according to a report by the New York Times.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham says his Republican colleagues who don't want to reauthorize money for the Export-Import bank have lost their way as conservatives.
U.S. stocks edged higher Thursday as investors assessed some mixed news on company earnings.
Some new and expanding data storage centers in Missouri soon will be exempt from certain state and local sales taxes under a bill signed Thursday by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon aimed at bringing jobs and high-tech companies to the state.
Worldwide PC shipments totaled 68.5 million units in the first quarter of 2015, a year-over-year decline of 6.7%, the International Data Corp. said Thursday.
The chronic delays plaguing the Veterans Affairs health system are concentrated in a fraction of its hospitals and clinics — many of them in the South — that have done far worse than others in delivering prompt care, according to government data reviewed by The Associated Press.
Gap Inc. reported a 2 percent increase in a key revenue metric for March as surging business at Old Navy offset sales declines at its namesake division and its Banana Republic stores.
Worldwide shipments of PCs totaled 7.1 million units in the first quarter, down 5.2% from a year ago, Gartner Inc. said Thursday.