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Internet and software stocks retreated Thursday, as shares of Pandora Inc., Facebook Inc., Yahoo Inc. and Workday led the tech sector in joining a broad market selloff.
General Motors said two of its engineers have been placed on leave in light of the automaker's ignition-switch recall.
After hosting his own Comedy Central show for nearly a decade, comedian Stephen Colbert has been tapped to succeed David Letterman as host of CBS’s "The Late Show."
Financial stocks fell on Thursday, with the broader market about concerns on corporate profits.
Gold futures settled higher on Thursday to log their highest close in nearly three weeks after minutes from the Federal Reserve's March meeting showed a dovish stance among officials.
Bitcoin fell below $400 on major exchanges Thursday, as concerns about Chinese regulation of the virtual currency continued to weigh on prices.
The Treasury Department reports the federal budget deficit fell to $37 billion in March from $107 billion in the same month last year.
The U.S. budget deficit was $37 billion in March, the Treasury Department reported Thursday.
Automatic Data Processing Inc. was hit by ratings downgrades on Thursday after ADP said it plans to spin off its dealer-services business and focus on human-capital management.
The Treasury Department sold $13 billion in 30-year notes Thursday at a yield of 3.525%.
Rebound Hopes Dashed: After a one-day surge, Wall Street resumed its selloff as traders dumped biotech and tech stocks in favor of safer plays. Safe havens like gold and Treasury bonds performed well, too.
General Motors enlisted the help of a team at NASA to conduct a review of the automaker’s ignition-switch testing, according to a source familiar with the recall investigation.
The House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly approved a fiscal 2015 proposal authored by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan.
The argument for owning physical gold in my mind is very simple. All you have to do is look at what is going on in the world.
German carmaker BMW said it has informed the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it intended to voluntarily recall about 156,137 vehicles in the country.
IBM Corp. said Thursday it has agreed to buy Silverpop, a privately held company based in Atlanta, Ga.
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At a court hearing today, a U.S. judge will accept a guilty plea from SAC Capital in its insider trading case.
General Motors Co said it had placed two engineers on paid leave as part of an investigation into defective ignition switches that led to a recall of 2.
Natural-gas futures on Thursday turned higher after the U.S. Energy