US Fed, With Eye On Growth, Set To Drop 'Patient' Rate Hike Vow
March 18 2015 3:08 AM EDT
The latest policy statement is scheduled to be released at 2 p.m. EDT.
US Stocks Close Mixed Ahead Of Fed Announcement
March 17 2015 5:09 PM EDT
U.S. stocks managed to recoup some of the session’s earlier losses Tuesday as investors prepare for an announcement from the Federal Reserve.
Millennials Drive Craft Beer Growth
March 17 2015 12:31 PM EDT
The Brewers Association says craft brewers set a record high for market share in 2014.
US Free Trade Deal With South Korea Falls Short: Critics
March 17 2015 8:33 AM EDT
Since the deal’s implementation, the U.S. trade deficit with the Asian nation has grown by about $12.7 billion.
Gut Reaction: Battle Over Salix Is All About Stomach Troubles
March 16 2015 6:21 PM EDT
Valeant will pay $11.1 billion to acquire Salix Pharmaceuticals' stomach disorders medicines.
Why Are Oil Prices Still Falling?
March 16 2015 4:54 PM EDT
Here are four main factors driving oil’s renewed decline.
Wanted: Big Spenders For Basic Research
March 16 2015 3:22 PM EDT
Amid federal budget cutbacks, a new drive aims to partly fill the funding gap by soliciting big donors to give to basic science research.
Critics Say Utah's New LGBT Protections Open 'Pandora's Box'
March 16 2015 2:25 PM EDT
A gay rights law endorsed by the Mormon church is rankling some LGBT activists.
Spoofed In A Flash: High-Frequency Traders Battle
March 16 2015 1:48 PM EDT
A Chicago algorithmic trading firm reignited the fight over high-frequency trading with a lawsuit against a rival.
El Niño Events Help Predict Tornadoes In Southern US: Study
March 16 2015 1:34 PM EDT
Warm and cold patterns in the Pacific Ocean can determine the frequency of severe storms in the southern United States.
Christie Shifted NJ Pension Cash To Donor’s Foreign Firm
March 16 2015 12:03 PM EDT
Chris Christie appointees committed $300 million to a subsidiary of a foreign firm whose executive donated to his campaign and the RNC.
Indian Firms Will Miss Deadline To Appoint Women To Boards
March 16 2015 11:42 AM EDT
Hundreds of publicly traded Indian companies have yet to fill corporate board seats with women despite law passed in August 2013.
SolarCity Will Help Keep The Lights On, Even When Grid Is Down
March 16 2015 10:40 AM EDT
The rooftop solar company chaired by Elon Musk is launching a "microgrid" service to help during blackouts and natural disasters.
Union, Oil Industry Find Common Ground
March 16 2015 10:19 AM EDT
After eight weeks of negotiations, the Steelworkers and Shell have reached an agreement.
Dow Leaps 100 Points Ahead Of Fed Meeting
March 16 2015 10:00 AM EDT
Economists will be looking for clues from the meeting as to when the central bank plans to hike rates.
Black Grads From Top Colleges Face Discrimination In Jobs, Salaries
March 15 2015 2:36 PM EDT
African-American college graduates have to send out more resumes, and still get lower salary offers than white students, research shows.
Airport Employees Rally At JFK Over Pay, Working Conditions
March 15 2015 8:16 AM EDT
Members of New York's subcontracted airport workforce just got a raise. But some say it's not enough.
King Dollar And The Limits Of The Federal Reserve's 'Patience'
March 15 2015 7:25 AM EDT
The U.S. Federal Reserve’s policy meeting and its intentions on interest rates will dominate economic news this week.
Listeriosis A Factor, Not Sole Cause, Of Blue Bell Ice Cream Deaths
March 14 2015 5:30 PM EDT
Listeriosis can be found in raw meat, dairy products, seafood -- almost any food that's not properly prepared.
Legislating The Misnomer Of Medical Marijuana
March 14 2015 10:12 AM EDT
Medical marijuana has been a burning issue in the U.S. Congress recently –- but what does the term really mean?