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A gunman unleashed a barrage of gunfire at two military facilities a few miles apart in Chattanooga on Thursday, killing at least four Marines, officials said.
After years of big spending on risky projects that CEO Larry Page proudly hails as "moonshots," Google may be launching into a new orbit of financial discipline.
Greek banks are set to reopen Monday, but the withdrawal limit will remain at 60 euros per day, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says when the Fed begins to raise interest rates, it wants to make sure that it doesn't derail further gains in U.S. jobs and incomes.
Spending cuts to many state agencies during the past year helped Indiana's state government cash reserves grow to more than $2.1 billion, even as tax collections increased more slowly than expected, officials announced Thursday.
A Nevada judge on Thursday denied an attempt to unseal a private investigator's report in a wrongful termination case against casino company Las Vegas Sands Corp., Sands China Ltd. and the companies' chairman Sheldon Adelson.
U.S. equity markets floated higher on Thursday after the Greek parliament approved austerity measures and as traders digested quarterly results.
A report that Ford is firing up incentives on its new F-150 pickup trucks caught Wall Street’s attention on Thursday, yet analysts say it is too early to sound the alarm over Ford’s most important vehicle.
A Pennsylvania businessman who used phony documents and straw buyers to fraudulently secure millions of dollars in discounted computer equipment from two companies has been sentenced to six months in prison.
Four Marines and the lone gunman have died and two other people were wounded in shootings at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tenn., the Associated Press reported.
At a time of record auto recalls and high-profile train wrecks, Republicans are working on legislation to roll back safety regulation of the auto and railroad industries.
The Internet giant unveiled adjusted second-quarter earnings per share of $6.99, beating expectations for $6.70.
A casino-owning Native American tribe has plans for housing, a resort and a winery around a small Northern California town, and some locals are not happy.
SeaWorld says it's suspended an employee accused by an animal-rights group of posing for years as an activist and trying to incite violence among peaceful protesters.
The latest on Greece's financial crisis (all times local):
Los Angeles could become the biggest city in the U.S. to allow ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft to pick up passengers at the airport.
EPSN's ESPY Awards score a big ratings win, another vote of confidence for Disney shareholders.
Jeanne Achille used to find business travel "really depressing" because she never got to sightsee in the places she was visiting.
Ranchers in New Mexico, California and Washington state are challenging a new Obama administration rule giving federal agencies authority to protect some streams and wetlands.
As dawn broke in Brussels on Monday, Europe's frazzled leaders gazed into an abyss: the looming exit of Greece from a common currency that symbolized European unity.