The Associated Press | posted 0 minutes ago
The price of oil edged higher Thursday as the U.S. economy grew more than expected in the third quarter.
Stan Choe, Associated Press | posted 11 minutes ago
Small stocks have brought big joy this year, but they've been so generous that some mutual fund managers question how much they have left to give.
Dee-ann Durbin, Associated Press | posted 28 minutes ago
Designers at Ford Motor Co. went through thousands of sketches and 15 clay models to arrive at the 2015 Mustang. The new Mustang is lower and wider than its predecessor, but with elements that recall the original pony car from 1964, including a long hood, short rear deck and sloping fastback profile. The trapezoid grille with the Mustang logo is still there, but the headlights are narrower and more menacing.
Tom Krisher, Associated Press | posted 33 minutes ago
In about two weeks, Toyota will describe plans to update America's top-selling car, the Camry midsize sedan.
Associated Press | posted 39 minutes ago
Royal Dutch Shell has decided to abandon plans to build a massive $12.5 billion plant in Louisiana that would have turned natural gas into liquid fuels like diesel.
Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press | posted 55 minutes ago
The world's biggest economies need to do more to bolster financial rules to avoid a repeat of the disastrous 2008 financial crisis, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Thursday.
Dee-ann Durbin, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 12:40pm
The Ford Mustang is still galloping at 50.
Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 12:37pm
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says the world's biggest economies need to do more to bolster financial rules to avoid a repeat of the disastrous 2008 financial crisis.
Candice Choi and Sam Hananel, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 12:13pm
Fast-food workers and labor organizers are marching, waving signs and chanting in cities across the country Thursday amid a push for higher wages.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 11:59am
The government's monthly survey of the U.S. job market is always important on Wall Street. It's even more important these days. Investors are trying to figure out when the Federal Reserve will decide that the economy is strong enough to thrive without its extraordinary stimulus measures.
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