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Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook is set to testify before Congress Tuesday on how his company manages its books.
Here are the top stories driving markets today.
The narrative put forward by the Inspector General and other reports is one where the federal government trips on its own bureaucracy, and what could have been solved with a modicum of good management instead ballooned into a crisis.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke recently gave a commencement speech at Bard College at Simon's Rock. He had some good advice for the students who were graduating and entering the workforce.
Unemployment rates are one measure of how well the economy is recovering, and 40 states experienced a drop in unemployment rates last month.
The latest data from Eurostat shows that fewer than half of the euro zone’s economies are now growing.
Walmart is being threatened by grocery stores selling better goods as well as online powerhouse Amazon as positive economic indicators appear.
Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer is increasing advertising sales by acquiring Tumblr.
Employer-sponsored insurance means savings for business and increased take-home pay for workers...
The call to reduce earned benefits in the U.S. comes at a time when the rich have never been richer.
Though Google introduced its All Access radio service this week, Sirius will likely remain in the driver's seat for the coming periods.
In its design approach for the 2014 Silverado, Chevy tried to strike a balance between performance on the job and comfort in non-work environments.
The Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh has spurred American retailer J. C. Penney Company to action.
With loans in 2013 breaking the $1.5 trillion mark, the big banks may be taking on more credit risks than they can handle.
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