NEW YORK/LONDON/BEIJING (Reuters) - Global manufacturing ended 2013 on a strong note, as major exporters like the United States, Japan and Germany all saw demand pick up, alth ..
(Reuters) - Fisker Automotive, the bankrupt maker of a plug-in hybrid sports car, asked a federal judge to approve its proposed sale to a Hong Kong tycoon rather than a Chines ..
Demand for Ally Financial's shares has been ramping up, with investors paying increasingly high prices in recent private transactions that signal the U.S. government coul ..
Target's massive data breach in December didn't do much to move its stagnant share price, and their response to the incident didn't do much to save face with cu ..
One portfolio manager says don't marry something cheap -- but it's okay to date it. In this case, he's talking about Apple stock. ..
Walmart, the world's largest retailer, was forced to recall donkey meat in some of its stores in China after tests revealed that the meat contained DNA of other animals, ..
Wall Street's self-regulator, under heightened pressure from Washington, is vowing to crack down on "cockroaching" among financial brokers. The annual letter also includes a p ..
The federal government issued a safety alert that crude oil being transported from the Bakken region may be more flammable than traditional heavy crude. ..
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The richest people in the world start 2014 worth $3.7 trillion after collectively adding $524 billion to their net worth in 2013. That’s according to the Bloomberg Billionaire ..