Stocks climbed Friday, as a rally in the price of oil boosted the shares of energy and materials companies after a weak jobs report.
The Internal Revenue Service has kicked off a new program under which it shares large amounts of individuals’ financial-account information with certain foreign countries, the agency said Friday.
The chain of Italian eateries, which emerged from its second bankruptcy last year, is betting that it can build a comeback by opening stand-alone pizzerias and reducing its reliance on declining mall traffic.
Discount brokerage Scottrade Inc. disclosed a data breach Friday that appeared to target the names and street addresses of about 4.6 million clients.
Dish’s decision to surrender some spectrum licenses could give it more financial flexibility.
Memory-chip maker Micron still has some tough periods ahead, but the stock looks ready to take a turn for the better.
Tesla sold 11,580 vehicles in the third quarter on a global basis, 49% higher than a year earlier, but got almost no benefit in the quarter from the Model X SUV.
A weak September employment report doesn’t mean the job market is in trouble, but investors aren’t taking any chances.
Stock declines give savers a chance to minimize the tax hit when moving money into Roth individual retirement accounts.