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Despite settling over mortgage issues for $25 billion last year, several big banks are back on the radar of New York's attorney general.
News Corp. announced that it will split its publishing and entertainment businesses, both of which will be headed by current chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rupert Murdoch, on June 28.
Nearly a quarter of Americans report that they've been unable to afford food for their families in the last year, a figure that's up from 16 percent before the Great Recession.
Boeing Co.'s troubled 787 Dreamliner aircraft has been approved for use in Japan and will begin flying out of All Nippon Airways this weekend.
Here are the top stories currently driving markets.
The federal government is closing four departments today in the face of the sequester from earlier this year, and Americans are not quite sure how to feel.
Overall it's been a pretty awkward week for the U.S. equity markets, but new orders data will punctuate market losses with at least one bright spot.
By Friday afternoon, Wall Street was queuing up to end the week on a red note. Here's your Cheat Sheet to this week's top stock stories.
Here's what investors need to know now...
Is Apple the must-have stock for hedge funds in 2013?
Falling just behind the economy and Social Security, healthcare was listed as the most important issue affecting America...
General Motors has performed well over the past year. Is this trend likely to continue?
McDonald's CEO is defending Ronald McDonald, contending that he and the company's marketing campaign are not responsible for childhood obesity...
On Thursday, government data showed that fewer Americans filed applications for unemployment benefits.
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