(Reuters) - U.S. employers can use arbitration agreements to require employees to resolve disputes on an individual basis, a federal appeals court has ruled, marking a victory ..
The Federal Reserve needs to be more aggressive in providing detail on what would lead it to eventually raise interest rates in order to prevent uncertainty among investors th ..
A Japanese government spending package, aimed at bolstering the economy ahead of a national sales-tax hike, will total about $182 billion, people familiar with the process sai ..
Dennis Kozlowski, the former Tyco International Ltd chief executive sent to prison eight years ago for looting the company of more than $100 million, was granted parole Tuesda ..
Sycamore Partners LLC is in advanced talks to acquire off-price chain store K&G from Men's Wearhouse Inc (MW), the clothing retailer embroiled in a takeover battle wi ..
Detroit is insolvent, a U.S. judge said on Tuesday, ahead of announcing his decision on whether the city is eligible for the biggest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. ..
America's schools seem to get worse and worse. ..
Wal-Mart Stores Inc is sticking with Bank of America's Merrill Lynch unit to run its 401(k) program with $18 billion in assets, Wal-Mart confirmed on Tuesday. Earlier thi ..
Wall Street banks will get the final decision about a controversial ban on betting with their own money next week after years of debate, as three U.S. regulators each announce ..
U.S. retailers looking north in their quest for growth should consider the frosty reception Canada has so far given trendy discounter Target Corp a cautionary tale: what looks ..