08/23/2013 6:38amToyota's luxury brand Lexus is trying to shake off its stodgy image. So it's opening a cafe.
08/23/2013 6:39amPresident Barack Obama is pitching an overhaul of federal student aid that would link dollars to the Education Department's ratings of colleges and universities. His proposal would give students at better-rated schools cheaper loans or bigger grants.
08/23/2013 8:06amThe Dutch government plans to re-privatize ABN Amro NV, the bank that was nationalized five years ago to help prevent a meltdown of the financial system, via a stock market listing that will happen next year at the earliest, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Friday.
08/23/2013 8:26amProcter & Gamble Co. gave former CEO Bob McDonald a pay package worth $15.9 million during his final full year at the helm of the world's largest consumer products maker, representing a 5 percent increase from the previous year.
08/23/2013 9:25amIndonesia said Friday that it would curb imports of luxury cars and take other steps to bolster national finances as Southeast Asia's largest economy suffers a slumping currency and stock market.
08/23/2013 9:46amHYPED: Within days of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's request for ideas to improve his proposed "Hyperloop" transportation system, a flood of submissions, from tinkerers to engineers, has arrived.
08/23/2013 11:45amThat plastic college ID card is worth more than you think.
08/23/2013 1:15pmTwo electronic stock-exchange companies are in advanced talks on a merger that would create the second-biggest stock market operator in the U.S., according to a news report.
08/23/2013 1:59pmBank of America Merrill Lynch said Friday that it will be reviewing working conditions of its employees, particularly those of junior staffers, after the death of one of its interns.
08/23/2013 3:31pmThe latest high-tech disruption in the financial markets increases the pressure on Nasdaq and other electronic exchanges to take steps to avoid future breakdowns and manage them better if they do occur.
08/23/2013 6:36pmThe head of the International Monetary Fund cautioned the world's major central banks Friday not to withdraw their unconventional support for weak economies too soon.