U.S. stocks charged toward fresh highs as broad gains across sectors offset an early slide in health-care and biotech stocks.
European stocks advanced while the euro recovered from early losses, as investors shrugged off Italian voters’ rejection of a constitutional referendum.
Global stocks retreated as a fall in commodity prices, upcoming political tests in Europe and concerns about the pace of a recent rally on Wall Street combined to keep investors cautious.
A chartered aircraft with 81 people on board, including a Brazilian first division soccer team, Chapecoense, crashed on its way to Medellin’s international airport.
As some students protest the election of Donald Trump and others rejoice, teachers are wrestling with how best to educate them on a significant event that has split the country.
Global stocks gained after benchmark U.S. indexes closed at record highs on Monday, as the rise in oil prices continued to sustain the post-election rally.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president with a wave of support from middle American voters, advertisers are reflecting on whether they are out of touch with the same people who propelled the businessman into the White House.
Stepmills are replacing traditional StairMasters at gyms as people want tougher, shorter workouts.
The auto maker has pledged to keep production of a Lincoln model in Kentucky. But it’s still building a factory in Mexico. Crunching the numbers on the impact on jobs.
Tyler Shultz says he wanted to shield the reputation of former Secretary of State George Shultz, a Theranos director and his grandfather. His efforts opened a rift in the family.
A Pearl Harbor survivor who volunteers at a museum there will get company this week as more than 100 other veterans converge on Hawaii to mark the 75th anniversary of the attack, in what is being billed as the last big gathering of Pearl Harbor survivors.
Ford Motor will shift small-car production to Mexico despite repeated criticism from President-elect Donald Trump and a pledge from the incoming American leader that companies will face “consequences” for leaving the U.S.
Donald Trump’s nominee for Treasury secretary, who worked for Goldman Sachs and billionaire investor George Soros, made millions buying failed IndyMac. His résumé appears at odds with the president-elect’s campaign rhetoric, which heavily targeted Wall Street bankers.
Beijing wants to give every citizen a score based on behavior such as spending habits, turnstile violations and filial piety, which can blacklist citizens from loans, jobs, air travel.
Global stocks were off to a quiet start on Wednesday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 19000 for the first time in history, spurred by an uptick in corporate earnings, higher oil prices and optimism around Donal Trump’s election victory.
The S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Composite climbed toward a trifecta of closing records Monday as commodity prices gained.
The trial starts Monday in the Justice Department’s challenge to health insurer Anthem’s $48 billion acquisition of reluctant partner Cigna, a case that could produce unusual courtroom drama.
A central part of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign was his use of social media to weigh in on issues surrounding him – large and small – and he did it again on Saturday morning.
A year after taking over, Volkswagen’s Chief Executive Matthias Müller will be able to present some successes when the supervisory board meets on Friday. But his goal of transforming the beleaguered auto maker and significantly boosting profit remains elusive.
Some organ transplants can take eight hours or more. Surgeons at Montefiore Health System have carefully honed strategies to push through long procedures.
Pfizer has become the latest drugmaker taken to task for high prices after U.K. authorities hit the company with a record $107 million fine over the price of an anti-epilepsy drug.
As Robin Raphel worked for the State Department in Pakistan, her brand of traditional diplomacy ran into the new realities of covert surveillance. The collision turned her life upside down.
A dire shortage of organ donors has led some researchers to consider an unusual solution: They are breeding genetically modified pigs whose organs could be compatible for human transplant.
Energy companies led global stock markets lower Monday as oil prices extended losses ahead of a critical OPEC meeting.
Stores still renting DVD, Blu-Ray and VHS movies sell film-nerd specialization to battle behemoths like Netflix.
U.S. companies are barred from doing business with people and entities named on the government’s designated-terrorist list. One century-old company is being investigated over such alleged ties.
Iraqi women who escaped from the Islamic State-held city of Mosul described strict rules and harsh treatment by militants who made them prisoners in their homes and rendered them essentially invisible.
One of the U.S. auto industry’s best-known figures has extended an olive branch to President-elect Donald Trump by informing him the car maker won’t move a small amount of production to Mexico, the latest effort by a business leader to thaw tension stemming from the incoming administration’s position on key issues, including global trade.
Last week’s presidential defeat revealed a Democratic Party that agrees on core principles, but remains divided over which issues to emphasize, how steeply to oppose Donald Trump’s incoming administration and how best to rebuild after years of statehouse losses to Republicans.
After a nightmarish spring and a saner summer, a projected record number of passengers will test U.S. airport security starting with Thanksgiving, Scott McCartney writes.