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Amgen and GlaxoSmithKline terminated their five-year old collaborative marketing agreement this week ahead of schedule.
MF Global Inc. customers will be fully repaid, announced the trustee James Giddens on Thursday.
Fed governor Jeremy Stein said he will resign in late May and resume his role as a professor at Harvard University.
Federal Reserve Governor Jeremy Stein, an increasingly influential official at the central bank with about four years left on his term, on Thursday announced he was resigning in a surprise move.
Job cuts were at a two-decade low last quarter as the economy’s recovery continued to strengthen and the labor market improved.
Natural-gas futures on Thursday pared gains after the U.S. Energy
Two classes of Google Inc. shares were climbing early Thursday as a planned two-for-one share split took effect, and one analyst raised his earnings estimates for the Internet giant.
Growth picked up last month for the U.S. service sector and other non-manufacturing companies, according to data released Thursday.
Growth in the U.S. services sector accelerated as the employment index returned to expansionary territory.
The average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage ticked up to 4.41% in the week that ended April 3 from 4.40% in the prior week, according to a Thursday report from federally controlled mortgage-buyer Freddie Mac .
Pandora Media Inc. shares climbed more than 6%, to $33.46 Thursday, after the Internet radio company reported strong listener gains in March.
Two classes of Google Inc. shares created after a 2-for-1 stock split began trading Thursday on an upbeat note, leading the tech sector higher with solid gains.
Barnes & Noble Inc. shares fell 10% on Thursday after John Malone's Liberty Media said it's selling the majority of its about 17% stake in the bookstore operator.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi swatted away suggestions from the International Monetary Fund that his bank should ease monetary policy further on Thursday, questioning the timing of the Fund's most recent comments.
U.S. authorities have reportedly launched a criminal probe into whether Citi ignored warning signs about the $400 million fraud that took place in the banking giant’s Mexican division.
Liberty Media Corp said it would reduce its stake in Barnes & Noble Inc but retain a 10 percent share of its initial investment in the largest U.S. bookstore chain.
Walgreen said same-store sales rose 3.5% in March from a year earlier, as higher pharmacy sales offset weaker front-end results.
Treasury prices bounced around Thursday but remained mostly higher on the day after a round of jobs and trade data.
Encouraging news on the jobs market pushed stocks up for the fourth straight day on Wednesday. The Dow closed out the session with a 40-point gain, and sits just 3 points below its highest level ever.
The U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly expanded in February, yet another sign the world's biggest economy slowed in the first quarter.