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Sales of existing homes rose in June to their fastest pace in eight months, a signal that the housing market could be pulling out of a slump
Stiffer EU sanctions against Russia after the downing of flight MH17 could harm European countries nearly as much as they impact Russia.
Stocks opened higher, after the government reported the cost of living rose in June, with investor sentiment also stabilized by encouraging earnings.
Airlines looking to win over premium-class passengers have been creating an ever-better experience in the sky - and now on the ground.
If you'd like to know before you get on the plane if you're going to fly over a war zone, you can't.
Campbell Soup Co. is turning to organic varieties that come in rectangular cartons to help boost its struggling soup sales.
Stocks fell as markets kept a wary eye on geopolitical events -- fighting in eastern Ukraine and the Israeli offensive against Hamas militants in Gaza.
Music shows are seeing significant new commercial and experiential trends driven by tech, with more on the horizon.
While Ireland is trying to attract tourist dollars from Americans, a café is waging a one-man war against the Yanks.
Karl Albrecht, the man credited with bringing discount stores to Europe with the no-frills Aldi supermarket chain, has died aged 94
One of the world's richest men believes we should work only three days a week. Carlos Slim says it's time for a "radical overhaul" of working lives.
McDonald's KFC and Pizza Hut face a food safety scare in China after a Shanghai TV station reported a supplier sold them expired meat and chicken.
Production has been indefinitely halted at a Chinese supplier to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd after the factory was suspected of using child workers.
Beware an E-ZPass email scam with a virus in the sidecar.
Stocks fell as disapproval of Russia increased after the downing of an airliner in Ukraine and amid calls for a truce in Israeli-Hamas clash in Gaza.
GM ordered Cadillac dealers to stop selling some CTS models because the automaker does not have a fix yet for cars recalled for an ignition fault.