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Chrysler Group LLC said Monday that its U.S. sales increased to 154,866 units in February, up 11% from a year earlier when the automaker recorded February sales of 139,015 units.
Consumer spending in the U.S. rose a seasonally adjusted 0.4% in January, the Commerce Department said Monday.
Personal income and spending data came in better-than-expected in January, showing muted signs of impact from brutal winter weather.
In the biggest management reshuffle at Microsoft Corp since Satya Nadella took over as its chief executive, two top executives, Tony Bates and Tami Reller, will leave the company while a former Clinton family aide will become its chief strategy officer, according to media reports.
Nissan Motor Co said on Monday that its U.S. February sales rose 16 percent, which is expected to easily top the estimated gain of less than 1 percent for the auto industry.
Consumer spending in the U.S. likely rose 0.2% in January and incomes also probably edged up 0.2%, according to economists surveyed by MarketWatch.
The rising threat of war between Ukraine and Russia sent investors scurrying for relative safety on Monday, pushing stocks down sharply - the Moscow market fell 11.5 percent - and lifting gold to a four-month high.
Treasury prices rallied Monday as investors moved money into haven assets amid escalating conflict in Ukraine.
Google Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd have asked Chinese regulators to ensure that Microsoft Corp's bid to acquire Nokia Oyj's phone business did not lead to higher licensing fees on patents that remain with the Finnish company, Bloomberg reported on Monday.
U.S. stock-index futures followed global markets sharply lower on Monday as the threat of war between Russia and Ukraine swelled.
Men's Wearhouse entered into a non-disclosure agreement with Jos. A. Bank and received a draft merger agreement from the smaller company.
Stock futures under intense pressure as investors moved out of perceived riskier assets following a weekend of escalating tensions over Russia and Ukraine.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. said Monday it agreed to sell $2.2 billion in assets, including $185 million of assumed debt and $223 million of committed project capital expenditures, to Caesars Growth Partners, LLC.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde said on Monday the fund sees a risk of an extended period of low inflation in the euro zone and that central bankers must be poised to act so that it does not derail an incipient economic recovery.
Russian state gas producer Gazprom OAO reportedly warned Ukraine that gas price it charges Kiev could increase after the first quarter.
Paralympian gold medalist Oscar Pistorius has pleaded not guilty to the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, media reports say, as his trial began in South Africa on Monday.
Top Microsoft executives Tony Bates and Tami Reller are set to leave the software maker, as incoming chief executive Satya Nadella takes over, according to a Re/code report.
European stock markets posted sharp losses at the open on Monday after tensions in Ukraine escalated over the weekend, when Russia's President Vladimir Putin got parliamentary approval to use armed forces in the country.
The dollar and the yen rose on Monday, as investors fled to safe-haven assets after Ukraine tensions escalated on Russia's military intervention and China's manufacturing PMI from HSBC slowed further.
Oil and other energy prices surged on Monday as investors moved to perceived safer investments as tensions between Western powers and Russia escalated over the weekend.