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Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. Labor Department is investigating possible abuses of employees by Wells Fargo in connection with the bank's alleged efforts to open millions of unauthorized accounts to meet sales goals....
STORRS, Conn. (AP) -- Spencer Mulligan knew his family could pay for his college education, even without loans or grants. So when the University of Connecticut offered a merit award of $20,000 over four years, he saw it as a bonus....
NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. stocks are climbing Tuesday and consumer stocks are making some of the biggest gains. Solid quarterly results from cruise line operator Carnival are giving travel-related companies a boost. Technology companies are also gaining. Energy companies are slipping with oil prices. A survey showed consumer confidence is at a nine-year high....
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Lawyers for a coalition of states and businesses reliant on fossil fuels made their case Tuesday to a federal appeals court that President Barack Obama's plan to curtail climate-warming greenhouse gases is an unlawful power grab....
WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. consumer confidence in September rose to the highest level in nine years, a hopeful sign that economic growth will accelerate in coming months....
Wall Street Journal
Ford Motor Co. went on the defensive following the latest attacks from Donald Trump aimed at the auto maker’s big-dollar Mexico investments and production plans.
To constrain rising shipping costs, the online giant Amazon.com is building its own delivery operation, showing the extent of its ambition and also setting up a clash with the company’s shipping partners.
GoPro’s new Karma drone isn’t on sale yet, but it already has a nemesis, the Mavic Pro—a new quadcopter introduced Tuesday by SZ DJI Technology, the Chinese company that has risen to dominance in the consumer drone space.
Many U.S. companies that revolutionized the oil and gas business with hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling are surviving the prolonged oil-price slump unbowed.
World trade will this year grow at the slowest pace since the global financial crisis, a development that should serve as a “wake-up call” as anti-globalization sentiment builds, the World Trade Organization warned.
Stocks barely budged Tuesday, even though Donald Trump once again talked about the market being a bubble and repeated his criticisms of Fed chair Janet Yellen. Trump is right that stocks aren't cheap. But is this 2000 again? Hardly.
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Coding bootcamps like Coding Dojo have become wildly popular -- and can double your salary.
DJI's Mavic Pro is nearly half the price and size of its flagship Phantom drone.
Google has laid out its plans to help people save data and get online in India.
NY Times Business Headlines
Waning expectations of an OPEC oil supply freeze weighed heavily on prices, and shares of energy companies dropped as a result.
In their first debate, the two candidates’ stage styles served as campaign arguments in themselves.
The pop star provides a model for dealing with the pressure of oversharing.
Palantir Technologies, which helped the government find Osama bin Laden, could lose its federal contracts in a discrimination suit.
In two lawsuits seeking class-action status, workers say they were fired or demoted for acting ethically and falling short of unrealistic sales goals.
USA Today Business Headlines
Wall Street wil spend Tuesday digesting the first presidential debate.
Wall Street pros react to the slug-fest last night between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
A five-member team of the board of directors at Wells Fargo will determine whether if the bank will claw back pay.
The more you know about credit cards, the less they can cost you.
Moderator Lester Holt had no luck at all in controlling the first presidential debate.
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