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News Corp. said Thursday it is planning to initiate a semi-annual cash dividend of about 10 cents a share in the first quarter fiscal 2016, its first since the company was separated from 21st Century Fox Inc. in 2013.
A Waltham man has been convicted of insider trading for tipping off his golfing buddies about the business activities of a company that helped them make more than $500,000 illegally.
The No. 3 U.S. drugstore chain posted slower-than-expected quarterly same-store sales growth as the introduction of new generic drugs hurt pharmacy sales.
Credit ratings agency Moody's says it has raised its outlook for Spain's banks to positive, scrapping the negative rating it had held for seven years.
In a move that adds momentum to efforts to integrate immigrants, California is on the cusp of extending state-subsidized health care coverage to children from low-income families who are in the country illegally.
Greece will default with the International Monetary Fund on July 1 if it doesn't make it payment on June 30 because there's no way to delay it, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said Thursday.
BioMarin shares neared an all-time high before the opening bell Thursday after announcing positive results from a mid-stage study for its drug to treat the most common form of dwarfism.
Rite Aid Corp. (RAD) on Thursday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $18.8 million.
The U.S. Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits last week at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Thursday.
The Labor Department reports on consumer prices for May at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Thursday.
European carrier Wizz Air says it has signed a provisional deal to buy 110 Airbus 321neo planes in a deal that would be worth more than $12.5 billion at list prices.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the European Union should deal "seriously and conscientiously" with British demands for changes to the bloc, but is stressing that fundamental principles such as the free movement of workers aren't up for negotiation.
From the slopes of Mount Fuji to the temple streets of Kyoto, tourists are cramming Japan's prime sightseeing spots, puzzling their way through Tokyo subways, and splashing out cash on cosmetics, sushi and high-tech toilet seats.
Critics have long predicted that President Barack Obama's policy to shift America's focus toward Asia is doomed.
Asian stock markets were mostly lower Thursday after the Federal Reserve cuts its forecast for U.S. economic growth, a move that could delay Fed rate hikes but also suggests reduced American demand for Asia's exports.
Jeb Bush's years in corporate America could trigger complications for him if he wins the White House.
The FBI is telling Congress about its plane surveillance program, saying it's a by-the-book operation short on high-definition cameras, and that it has only tracked cellphones from the sky five times in five years.
President Barack Obama's trade agenda appears to be back on track after an extraordinary bipartisan rescue operation mounted in the week since it was derailed in the House by rebellious Democrats backed by organized labor.
The House is ready to vote to repeal two pieces of President Barack Obama's health care law, despite veto threats.
The burger chain that put "supersize" into the American vernacular is slimming down.