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The U.S. Department of Homeland security confirmed Wednesday that it continues to share “relevant threat information” with U.S. airlines after reports surfaced that a potential shoe bombing threat could be in effect for inbound U.S. flights from overseas.
Marriott International Inc. said late Wednesday .
The American Petroleum Institute late Wednesday reported a decline of 473,000 barrels in crude supplies for the week ended Feb. 14, according to data from sources.
The dollar gained against the euro for the first time in four days on Wednesday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's January policy meeting showed the U.S. central bank's plan to reduce its monthly asset purchases was intact.
Safeway announced it is engaged in conversations about a possible sale of the grocery chain, driving shares more than 4% higher.
Tesla Motors Inc. reported late Wednesday a fourth-quarter net loss of $16.3 million, or 12 cents a share, narrowing a year-ago loss of $89.9 million, or 79 cents a share.
A state court in Nebraska on Wednesday invalidated the governor's decision to allow the controversial Keystone XL pipeline to pass through the Midwestern state.
Safeway Inc. late Wednesday said it is holding talks on the possible sale of the company although no agreement has been reached yet.
Airlines are being warned by the Department of Homeland Security about a potential new security threat from explosives hidden in shoes, NBC reported
U.S. stocks closed lower on Wednesday after the minutes from the Federal Reserve's policy setting meeting revealed little consensus about when short-term rates would begin to rise.
In the wake of new regulations in their northern home states, gun makers like Remington and Ruger are going to the Carolinas, Alabama and other areas in the South for a place to open up shop.
Tesla Motors posted better-than-expected earnings and provided an upbeat outlook for vehicle deliveries in the new year, sending shares on a rally late Wednesday.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday said Ukraine's government is "primarily responsible" for dealing with protestors in "an appropriate way." "We expect the Ukrainian government to show restraint, to not resort to violence in dealing with peaceful protestors," Obama said.
Natural-gas futures jumped 11% on Wednesday to their highest settlement in more than 5 years, as cold U.S. weather and forecasts for more continue to feed worries about supplies.
Gold futures closed lower on Comex Wednesday and fell even further in electronic trading after minutes from the Federal Reserve showed that officials couldn't agree about the outlook for short-term interest rates, forward guidance, inflation and the state of the labor market.
Federal Reserve officials couldn't agree about the outlook for short-term interest rates, forward guidance, inflation and the state of the labor market, according to the minutes of the central banks' January meeting released Wednesday.
A few members of the FOMC said in the central bank's January meeting they could see a rate hike 'relatively soon,' but others disagreed.
To bring back members of his straying flock, Pope Francis has shifted the church's message. Union leaders might want to try the same strategy.
The Federal Communications Commission will push new rules to insure that the Internet remains an open network, including by preventing Internet service providers from slowing or even blocking traffic on the Web, the agency's chairman said Wednesday.
Dennis Lockhart, the president of the Atlanta Federal Reserve, said Wednesday that he still thinks the central bank will first hike short-term interest rates in the second half of 2015.