Argentina's contentious debt default and a worsening recession haven't stopped investors with a tolerance for risk from pouring into its stock market; the main index is up 118% this year.
U.S. employers are facing deadlines to make changes to their employees' health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
The Royal Bank of Canada dropped a plan to spin off a lucrative proprietary-trading business after the Securities and Exchange Commission rejected the move.
Drug companies are racing to create vaccines to stifle a deadly swine virus that has roiled the U.S. meat industry and pushed pork prices to record highs.
Coca-Cola, bowing to pressure from lead investor Warren Buffett, announced changes to its executive-pay plan that will result in fewer stock awards.
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In the race to the new riches of the oil patch, one Wall Street firm and hundreds of farmers have slipped on a skinny green legume known as guar.
American consumers are buying new cars and trucks at the strongest pace in years, offsetting car makers' troubles elsewhere and leading the biggest U.S. auto maker to forecast fat profits ahead.
Amid strong pushback from regulators, Verizon said it was canceling plans to slow down data speeds for some users of its most advanced network during periods of peak congestion.
German sportswear giant Adidas is launching a shareholder return program in an effort to assuage disgruntled shareholders following a profit warning and dissatisfaction with the company's turnaround efforts.