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TOKYO, July 8- Shares in Japan's Nintendo Co surged on Friday as early signs showed consumers falling in love with its new Pokemon GO smartphone game, raising hopes that the company's long-awaited shift into mobile gaming will pay off. The game, which has players walking around their neighborhoods in real life to search out and capture Pokemon characters on...
The U.S. created 287,000 jobs in June, massively topping analyst expectations.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would for the first time require food to carry labels listing genetically modified ingredients.
Job growth likely rebounded in June as striking Verizon employees returned to work and wages probably rose steadily.
Stocks struggled for direction on Friday and Treasury yields remained close to this week's record low, marking their longest run in four years.
A Kentucky factory is the last manufacturer of mirrored balls.
Wendy's said hackers were able to steal customer's credit and debit card information at 1,025 of its restaurants, far more than it originally thought.
Falling oil prices saved Americans hundreds of dollars at the gas pump in 2015, and a lot of them spent those savings … at the gas station.
That's the conclusion of a study released Thursday by the AAA auto club.
Wal-Mart shoppers no longer need to carry their wallets to check out at one of its 4,600-plus U.S. stores.
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Share markets climbed on Thursday as upbeat U.S. economic data took some of the sting out of the Brexit scare.
France's Danone said on Thursday it would double the size of its U.S. business by buying organic food producer WhiteWave Foods.
Britain's vote in a referendum on June 23 to quit the EU has hammered financial markets, rattled businesses and punished the pound.
The downward trend comes as federal regulators begin the long-awaited review of the aggressive Corporate Average Fuel Economy, or CAFE, standards.
While the Fourth of July holiday marked the beginning of summer for many, for others, it signaled the beginning of sale season.
The economic power of the LGBT rights movement is about to be put to the test in the standoff over a so-called 'bathroom bill' in North Carolina.
McDonald's will be expanding its All-Day Breakfast menu to include biscuit, McMuffin and McGriddle sandwiches starting in September.
Bordeaux prices for the early 2015 harvest 'primeurs' have jumped more than 20 percent after critics pointed to a particularly good vintage.
Gold rallied to its highest since 2014 and oil struggled to recover from deep losses, on renewed fears over the impact of Britain's exit from the EU.