Bank of America continues to cut its exposure to Russia amid increasing political tension in the region.
U.S. Steel's second-quarter loss narrowed as the company continues to cut costs amid a still-glutted global market.
As Argentina hurtles toward a second default in 13 years, the local press has lit upon a convenient villain: 83-year-old U.S. District Judge Thomas Griesa.
Inspur, a Chinese server maker, is seeking to rival IBM in China, helped in part by Chinese worries about using U.S. gear in the wake of the NSA controversy.
A unit of IAC/InterActive Corp. has reached a deal to buy test-preparation service The Princeton Review from Charlesbank Capital Partners, the companies said Tuesday.
Apartment developer Equity Residential reported second-quarter normalized funds from operations at the high end of its guidance, as demand for rental housing "remains exceptionally strong."
Ameriprise Financial Inc. said its earnings rose 16.5% as the financial-services company posted a strong performance in its advice and wealth-management unit.
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