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Oil futures climbed to a near-three-week high Thursday on continued supply drawdowns at a key storage hub and signs of improving U.S. demand.
Although it has been widely speculated that Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is leaning towards selecting the New York Stock Exchange, sources tell Fox Business that Alibaba has yet to make an exchange decision for its upcoming IPO.
Video game retailer GameStop on Thursday forecast full-year earnings below market expectations as it is yet to see an uptick in sagging video game software sales, despite robust hardware sales driven by the launches of Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 consoles.
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Red Hat Inc. on Thursday reported a fiscal fourth-quarter profit of $45 million, or 24 cents a share, on revenue of $400 million, compared with earnings of $52 million, or 27 cents a share, on $347.9 million in sales in the same period a year ago.
Tech leaders like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are at the forefront of Silicon Valley's campaign to push immigration reform through Congress.
Health and Human Services officials said Thursday the agency has fully enrolled 6 million consumers nationwide in insurance plans available through the Affordable Care Act, meeting a reduced government goal four days ahead of schedule.
It’s a race to the finish line for the Affordable Care Act’s first year of open enrollment, and now 6 million have selected plans on state and federal exchanges.
Oil futures closed at their highest level in almost three weeks on Thursday, buoyed by concerns over global supplies and a continued drawdown of an inventory glut at a key U.S. storage hub.
The Federal Reserve seems to be doing a better job communicating with markets now that it did last summer, said William Dudley, president of the central bank's New York branch, on Thursday.