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CACI International Inc. shares fell in the extended session Wednesday after the government IT contractor cut its outlook for the year.
The U.S. stock market ended a choppy session moderately higher on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 closing at a record.
Microsoft Corp is to give away its Windows operating system to makers of smartphones and small tablets as it seeks to make more of an impact on those fast-growing markets and counter the massive success of Google Inc's free Android platform.
Like any significant technological innovation, high-frequency stock trading has had a polarizing effect on the industry it has changed forever.
The pay gap exists; women make less than men.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.'s head of commodities, Blythe Masters, is leaving the bank after 27 years, after the sale of the firm's physical commodities unit.
Oil futures fell on Wednesday for a third-straight session, as traders assessed an unexpected drop in weekly crude inventories that the market attributed to the recent, temporary closure of the Houston Ship Channel.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council is sounding the alarm to banks about rising cyber-attacks on their websites and their cash machines.
Gold futures climbed on Wednesday, putting an end to five-straight sessions of losses as traders placed their bets ahead of the monthly U.S. jobs report due at the end of the week.
The number of workers added per small-business firm in March edged up to mark the sixth straight gain, the National Federation of Independent Business said Wednesday.
The first rate hike is not likely to be warranted until at least the last half of next year, Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart said Wednesday.
Pimco funds suffered $15.5 billion in investor outflows last quarter, including $7.3 billion last month alone, according to Morningstar data released Wednesday.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra told a Senate committee on Wednesday that the company hoped to complete its internal investigation into the use of faulty ignition switches in 45 to 60 days.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said on Wednesday the company would make public everything related to safety from its internal investigation of the use of defective ignition switches in some cars that led to at least 13 deaths.
College football stars and their allies behind the movement to give college athletes the right to unionize will lobby members of congress today to allow college athletes to organize.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts will return to Bolivia after 30 years as it looks to grow its Latin American footprint 20% by 2016.
Volkswagen has joined a rush to tap fast-growing Southeast Asian markets to take on Japanese rivals in a region where a burgeoning middle class has money to spend.
Amazon unveiled its own set-top streaming box that costs $99 and features two gigs of RAM, Wi-Fi, a blue tooth remote and access to a of a slew of content providers.
AT&T will hire more than 3,000 retail sales and sales management employees nationwide over the next several months to meet “increased customer demand.”
GM came under attack for its decade-long failure to notify the public about defective parts linked to fatal crashes at a Senate hearing Wednesday.