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The Republican Party's 2016 presidential nominating convention has been set for July 18-21, Politico cited party leadership as saying Wednesday.
Indianapolis prosecutors have filed rape and other related charges against Josh McNary, a backup linebacker for the Colts NFL football team, the Associated Press reported Wednesday.
Japan stocks put some points on the board in early Thursday trading, with the Nikkei Average up 0.8% as investors shopped for bargains following the previous day's 1.7% pullback.
A court filing Wednesday in New Jersey's effort to allow sports betting takes the four major pro sports leagues to task for their involvement in fantasy sports competitions, claiming that that precludes them from dictating what the state can do.
Australia stocks grinded still lower in Thursday trading, weighed by miners' distressed reaction to the dive in copper and many other commodities, even as gains for the energy sector limited the broader market's loss.
One of Michigan's largest state agencies is issuing layoff notices to about 100 workers this week due to a $7.5 million budget cut.
BlackBerry Ltd. said in a statement late Wednesday that it "has not engaged in discussions with Samsung [Electronics] with respect to any possible offer to purchase BlackBerry."
Hawaiian Host, maker of chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, said it's buying macadamia nut processor Mauna Loa from The Hershey Co.
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President Barack Obama will call on Congress on Thursday to pass legislation requiring companies to offer up to seven days a year of paid sick time.
Shares of some top banks companies were down at the close of trading: Bank of America Corp. fell $.41 or 2.5 percent, to $16.04.
Shares of some top machinery companies were mixed at the close of trading: Caterpillar fell $.30 or .3 percent, to $86.07.
Shares of some top homebuilders companies were mixed at the close of trading: DR Horton rose $.32 or 1.3 percent, to $25.14.
Shares of some top gold companies were mixed at the close of trading: Barrick Gold Corp. fell $.27 or 2.5 percent, to $10.41.
A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at the close of trading: Flamel Technologies SA fell 37.7 percent to $11.50.
Shares of some top media companies were down at the close of trading: Comcast Corp. fell $1.02 or 1.8 percent, to $55.82.
Shares of some top chemicals companies were down at the close of trading: Dow Chemical Co. fell $.18 or .4 percent, to $43.43.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim now owns nearly 17% of New York Times Co. following the exercise of warrants for 15.9 million shares.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has arrested an Ohio man in connection with a plot to attack the U.S. Capitol in Washington, reports said Wednesday.
Google says it will unveil a modular smartphone in Puerto Rico this year as part of a pilot program that will allow people to choose their own hardware.