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Coffee rallied Tuesday on tight supplies of robusta beans in top producer Vietnam; gold and silver also surged, pushing the commodities complex broadly higher.
The American Petroleum Institute late Tuesday reported a 7.5 million-barrel drop in crude supplies for the week ended Dec. 6, according to data from sources.
MasterCard's decision to enact a 10-for-1 stock split is aimed at making the company's lofty share price more accessible to retail investors.
MasterCard Inc. late Tuesday said its board approved a 10-for-1 stock split via a stock dividend and authorized a new stock buyback program of up to $3.5 billion of its Class A common stock.
U.S. stocks took a step back on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 easing from a record close and halting a two-session winning streak.
Volunteer firemen and emergency personnel who work for an average of 30 or more hours per week over an extended period of time could be taxed if they don’t buy health insurance.
Oil futures closed at their highest in six weeks on Tuesday as traders bet that U.S. reports will show a second straight week of declines in crude supplies.
CVS Caremark and Cardinal Health crafted a deal to form the largest generic drug sourcing operation in the U.S.
Darden Restaurants has contributed $191,600 in the 2013-2014 election cycle, No. 2 in the industry behind only the far larger McDonald's.
As oil draws ever closer to the $100 level, one group is benefiting from the rise in prices.
Gold futures settled with a more than 2% gain on Tuesday, at their highest close in three weeks.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. has applied for a patent for a digital-payment network that would allow for anonymous payments like the virtual currency bitcoin, according to a patent
U.S. Treasurys maintained gains, dragging yields toward session lows, after the government saw strong demand Tuesday for its sale of three-year notes.
Outerwall unveiled plans on Tuesday to layoff 251 employees, borrow more money from creditors and discontinue three of its new venture concepts.
Crude oil is trading above $98 a barrel on Tuesday, touching its highest level in nearly seven weeks and drawing ever closer to the psychologically-important $100 level.
Mel Watt, President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency, cleared a Senate procedural vote on Tuesday, paving his way for final confirmation.
U.S. finance chiefs are mostly ready to deal with widespread health reform and are prepared to shift some expense burdens onto employees and customers.
Conservative groups lined up in opposition to a new budget measure aimed at staving off a mid-January shutdown, but that added to federal spending.
U.S. equity markets dipped fell on Tuesday as traders digested the final details of the complex Volcker rule and mulled a hodgepodge of corporate news.
Bank of America Corp.