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Here are the top stories currently driving markets.
General Motors has performed well over the past year. Is this trend likely to continue?
China has approved Boeing 787 jets for commercial use, which will help the country update its older planes and expand its fleet to meet growing demand for air traffic.
Softbank Corp. has raised the stakes in its bid for Sprint Nextel. The Japanese company announced it would give the U.S. government the right to approve one of the directors of Sprint's board in a move to ease security concerns over the foreign company's takeover of Sprint.
Sport Utility Vehicle sales in China will be driving growth in oil demand in the next year.
The list of high-profile investors is growing, and GM is positioned to build upon its recent successes.
Baidu has regained some momentum. Will it last?
Ford is examining the habits of luxury shoppers in Shanghai for new methods of customer service...
Some investors have become discouraged, but demand is not as bearish as one might think...
U.S. stock futures edged lower on Wednesday morning. Here are three stories to keep an eye on...
China has been quietly building up a presence in Detroit, to gain a better understanding of industry knowledge that has eluded the country's engineers -- ultimately, to prime for the release of Chinese-made cars in America...
The EU recession has now reached a record length, with data this week expected to confirm the euro zone's longest recession.
Is Apple on the verge of laying the cornerstone for its Chinese smartphone market ambitions?
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announces plans to open Starbucks in Myanmar in the next few years, hoping to mirror the success the company has seen in other Asian markets.
Here are some hot stocks seeing market movement today...