Gas prices are soaring in California the week after an explosion stopped gasoline production at a key refinery.
State Farm agreed Friday to pay $352.5 million in refunds to more than 1 million of its Texas customers as part of a sweeping settlement that ends nearly 12 years of legal battles over premiums that state officials say were too high.
Exxon Mobil Corp. is slated to host an analyst day in New York on Wednesday and analysts at UBS are expecting the energy company to announce a 2015 capital expenditure budget around $34 billion, or 12% lower than last year's.
A Toronto-bound jet with 35 people aboard has made an emergency landing in Pennsylvania over smoke from a shorted-out cabin light.
The U.S. economy grew at a modest annual rate of 2.2 percent in the fourth quarter, less than half the third quarter's torrid 5 percent rate and weaker than the government first reported.
House Speaker John Boehner invited Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday to address a joint meeting of Congress when he visits Washington next month.
U.S. and Liberian researchers have started a clinical trial to test the safety and effectiveness of Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc's Ebola drug ZMapp, an experimental treatment that has already been tried in a handful of Ebola patients, including two U.S. missionaries.
The February jobs report will be the highlight of next week’s economic calendar.
Oil futures settled higher for the session on Friday as well as the month with Brent crude scoring its biggest monthly percentage gain since May of 2009.
Hedge-fund titan Steve Choen doesn't like taking no for an answer, but he might have to get used to hearing it from top talent on Wall Street.
New England's last remaining thoroughbred horse racing track might continue to hold live races after all.
This week, AXIM unveiled a cannabinoid-based oral care line of toothpaste, mouthwash and dentifrice using its distinctive technique.
The Federal Reserve will not follow a monetary policy of steady rate hikes that take no account of economic conditions, said Stanley Fischer, the vice chairman of the U.S. central bank.
Jurors in New York have found that billionaire Ira Rennert plundered a now-bankrupt mining company to pay for personal luxuries, including a Hamptons mansion that's one of the world's biggest private homes.
Three new cases of measles have been confirmed in Las Vegas, in people believed infected by a contagious worker at an upscale MGM Grand Hotel and Casino seafood restaurant, Nevada public health officials said on Friday.
In a story about Controladora Vuela's results, The Associated Press reported erroneously, in a report generated by Automated Insights using data from Zacks Investment Research, that the company's earnings missed Wall Street expectations.