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Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was convicted Wednesday by a jury in New York of conspiring to kill Americans and other terrorism-related charges.
In a "high-risk" scenario, the Russian economy could contract 1.8% this year if the geopolitical situation worsens, the World Bank forecast Wednesday.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday that the U.S. was eager to provide more natural gas to Europe, but this process "won't happen overnight."
Oil futures pared gains, slipping below $100 a barrel on Wednesday following weekly data that showed a jump in crude supplies.
BlackBerry Ltd said it received security clearance for U.S. government employees to use its enterprise software on their Android and Apple Inc smartphones and tablets.
The sharp decline in shares of King Digital just moments after it went public on Wednesday was not surprising, said an analyst who pointed to what he called "extremely fast money" in the stock's sudden plunge.
Shares of Five Below skyrocketed nearly 15% on Wednesday after the discount retailer reported a sharp rise in quarterly profits and said it expects to outpace Wall Street expectations in fiscal 2014.
King Digital Entertainment, the maker of popular mobile game Candy Crush, started trading down 6% and continued to slide.
Steep declines for shares of fuel-cell equipment supplier Plug Power Inc. and fuel-cell power plant developer FuelCell Energy Inc. triggered a Nasdaq short-sale circuit breaker early Wednesday.
Tech stocks mostly rose in early trading Wednesday, with Facebook Inc. in the spotlight following its latest acquisition.
Media conglomerates News Corp. and 21st Century Fox shook up their management ranks by tapping Lachlan Murdoch as nonexecutive co-chairman.
U.S. Treasuries yields were steady on Wednesday, when the Treasury will sell $35 billion in new supply, as investors evaluated whether a recent increase in five-year note yields will offer attractive return relative to the risks of higher interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
Global trading group Louis Dreyfus Commodities B.V. reported a sharp fall in full-year net profit on Wednesday as an improved second-half performance failed to offset a first half hit by a severe U.S. drought.
BlackBerry Ltd said it received U.S. government security clearance for its solution that separates and secures work and personal data on mobile devices powered by Google Inc's Android platform and Apple Inc's iOS operating system.
There’s been lots of back and forth action on Wall Street this week, but finally stocks ended in the green with the Dow gaining 91 points Tuesday, as biotechnology stocks rose for the first time in five days.
Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods rebounded more than expected in February and shipments snapped two straight months of declines, providing fresh signs the economy was shaking off some of its winter gloom.
Treasury prices cut losses Wednesday, but remained lower on the day, after data showed durable-goods orders rose in February.
Nissan is recalling 1.05 million vehicles worldwide, with 990,000 in the U.S., to address a software glitch that could cause a failed air-bag deployment.
The economic impact of annexing Crimea from Ukraine could drive Russia into a sharp recession this year even if the West stops short of trade sanctions, the World Bank warned on Wednesday.
Orders for U.S. durable goods rose 2.2% in February largely because of higher bookings for autos and aircraft, but a broader measure of business investment fell for the fourth time in six months, according to new government data.