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SolarCity Corp. said Thursday it priced through a subsidiary $72 million in solar-backed notes with an interest rate of 4.59%.
Micron Technology on Thursday reported a fiscal second-quarter profit of $731 million, or 61 cents a share, compared to a loss of $286 million, or 28 cents a share, for the year-earlier period.
The U.S. stock market dipped in and out of negative territory and ended Thursday marginally lower, breaking a four-day winning streak.
Bullish options bets placed in Anadarko Petroleum this week made significant profits on Thursday when the company announced it had reached a settlement to resolve pollution clean-up claims, sending shares more than 15 percent higher.
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Mozilla Chief Executive Officer Brendan Eich resigned Thursday following pressure after it was revealed that he had contributed to an anti-gay marriage initiative in California in 2008.
Anadarko Petroleum reached a $5.15 billion settlement to resolve a case connected to its 2006 acquisition of Kerr-McGee, sending shares of the oil producer to a new record high.
Add the Commodities Futures Trading Commission to the list of agencies investigating the controversial practice of high-frequency trading.
Oil futures edged higher Thursday to reclaim the $100-a-barrel level, buoyed by a climb in monthly U.S. services-sector growth ahead of the much-anticipated monthly jobs report.
PENSCO, which currently allows clients to invest retirement funds in bitcoin through SecondMarket's Bitcoin Investment Trust, said Thursday it plans to expand the options available for investing in the virtual currency but didn't provide details. "Based on anticipated demand, we are continuing to look at additional ways in which PENSCO can help self-directed investors and advisors get exposure to bitcoin in tax-deferred accounts," said Kelly Rodriques, chief executive.
Thousands of Rhode Island public employees and retirees have until the end of April 3 to submit their ballots on changes and cuts to their pension benefits.
Gold futures closed lower on Thursday, giving back more than half of what they gained in the previous session as traders positioned themselves ahead of Friday's monthly U.S. jobs report.
The Senate Finance Committee on Thursday voted to renew a slew of tax breaks that expired at the end of 2013.
Tesla plans to appeal New Jersey’s decision to enact a ban on direct sales in the state, as the automaker continues its fight against franchised dealers.
Apple Inc. on Thursday said it will hold its yearly Worldwide Developers Conference on June 2-6 at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
The headline unemployment rate has returned to the spotlight ahead of Friday’s release of the government’s March jobs report.
Transamerica Financial Advisors has been charged with overcharging its clients, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced on Thursday.
An Evercore Group, LLC former senior managing director has pleaded guilty to insider trading and making false statements, said Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York in a press release.
Mario Draghi succeeded in knocking back the euro's steady rise and reducing lower-rated European government bond yields on Thursday, but markets looked far from persuaded that future unconventional action to boost growth was a done deal.
Amgen and GlaxoSmithKline terminated their five-year old collaborative marketing agreement this week ahead of schedule.