The new iPhone might boost Apple’s sales, though expectations are low.
U.S. home prices continued rising quickly in May, according to the Case-Shiller Home Price Index, further proof that the housing market had its strongest spring since the recession.
Facebook’s rally to record heights might be due for a breather.
A federal judge granted preliminary approval to Volkswagen’s $14.7 billion settlement with U.S. drivers of diesel-powered vehicles, clearing the way for the company to put the plan into action and put the emissions scandal behind it.
Sand miners have rebounded, bolstering evidence that fracking and the oil and gas market have bottomed.
The stigma of job hopping, moving from job to job every few years, is starting to fade as companies seek high-level hires with multiple recent employers.
“Pokémon Go” has caught the attention of tens of millions of mobile gamers. It is likely catching a share of their spending on rivals’ games, too, analysts say.
BT Group’s status as Europe’s strongest big telecom group is under threat—whatever settlement it agrees with the U.K. regulator.
A gauge of U.S. consumer confidence edged lower, but was relatively unchanged in July, a sign consumer spending could continue to support the U.S. economy over the second half of the year.
Sales of newly built homes rose at a solid pace in the first half of 2016, offering fresh evidence of healthy momentum in the U.S. housing market as home-buyers enjoy low interest rates.