The top after-market NYSE gainers Tuesday were Pandora Media, WellPoint, AuRico Gold Inc, Navios Maritime Partners and H.J. Heinz Co. The top after-market NYSE losers were Dycom Industries, Imax Corp, Graphic Packaging Holding, RadioShack Corp and 3D Systems Corp.
The Dodd-Frank Act was passed in 2010 to rein in the Wall Street excesses that led to the financial crisis, but the massive law is only around half complete, according to the Financial Services Committee's Dodd-Frank Burden Tracker.
Risk assets fell Tuesday with the investors awaiting an announcement of some monetary easing measures by the Fed at the meeting of central bankers and economists at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, later in the week.
Olympian Gabby Douglas appeared on "Oprah's Next Chapter" and claimed that her fellow gymnasts who bullied her and referred to her as their "slave" in Virginia were the reason why she left the state and pursued her gymnastic career in Iowa.
The gold medalist only landed 49 percent of his first serves.
Kim Kardashian might be best known for being an attention seeker, but she has taken it to a new level after she posted pictures of her new blonde hair and then asks Twitter followers if her butt looked too big in a pair of jeans.
Olympic champion Gabby Douglas reveals on "Oprah's Next Chapter" that she was subjected to racist bullying by her fellow gymnasts in Virginia Beach.
Where to watch live coverage as well as a full preview of the opening day of the 2012 US Open at Flushing Meadows.
Neil Armstrong, who died Saturday, was one of the great American heroes of the 20th century. There was much more to him than the Apollo 11 mission, though, like having his hair stolen and that he described himself as a "nerdy engineer."
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, started his career in aeronautics in the Navy and flew jets during the 1950s.
According to VentureBeat, Microsoft is courting former OnLive employees now that the game-streaming company has entered a period of restructuring that caused layoffs for multiple employees.
Global automakers from Renault SA (Paris: RNO) to Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) to Chinese companies like Geely Automotive are all racing to get a piece of the long-term potential promised by Africa's burgeoning automotive market. The continent's economy is on the rise, and despite very real improvements in the quality of life and standards of living in many African countries, risks for multinational manufacturers remain.
The "How I Met Your Mother" cast had a legen - wait for it - dary visitor on set Thursday. Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney swung by the CBS sitcom to chat up the stars of the series.
Asian shares retreated from a two-week high Friday on scaled back expectations of more stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve and growth concerns after manufacturing surveys from the euro zone and China depicted a bleak outlook.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers appears intent on making further signings before the close of the transfer window.
Labor unrest weighed on the fiscal year results of Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. (PINK: IMPUY), the world's second--largest platinum producer, and the situation remains "fairly volatile," the company said Thursday