Mortgage lenders are beginning to ease the restrictive lending standards enacted after the housing boom turned to bust, a sign of their rising confidence in the housing market.
Brazilian entrepreneur Eike Batista on Friday said he isn't concerned about a reported criminal investigation into the collapse of his once-highflying oil company.
Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining were in advanced talks this week over a deal that would have combined the world's two largest gold producers, but the talks broke down.
Volkswagen and its luxury car arm Audi are considering a large expansion of the new manufacturing plant in Foshan in southern China that could include the launch of a new small SUV.
A bankruptcy judge ruled that former American Airlines parent AMR Corp. doesn't have the unilateral right to terminate benefits to about 46,930 retirees.
Fish-farming companies are trying to guard against disease and expand production by trying new techniques, including the use of offshore structures akin to oil platforms.
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AT&T, the second-largest wireless carrier in the U.S., will report first-quarter 2014 earnings on Tuesday after the market closes.
The Obama administration is indefinitely extending its review of the Keystone XL pipeline, likely delaying a decision on the project until after November's U.S. midterm elections.
Beijing auto-show exhibits will be heavy with new, low-priced cars aimed at young, professional Chinese with an eye on the high life.