General Electric Co. benefited from rising sales of jet engines and oil-field equipment last quarter, helping Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt deliver on his plan to fatten profit margins.
West Texas Intermediate crude rose to trade above $104 for a fifth day as a report showed fewer Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week.
The Federal Reserve prohibited a former Missouri bank chairman from involvement in any bank management after he admitted to using federal bailout money to buy a luxury condominium.
In the new SAT, analyzing a scatterplot chart on Florida manatees and citing evidence to back up answers will trump knowledge of arcane vocabulary.
India signed contracts to purchase solar power from companies building 700 megawatts of capacity awarded in a national auction.
Connecticut will offer $22 million in municipal bonds to help finance a new store for outdoor retailer Bass Pro Shops in Bridgeport, its most populous city.
The Pentagon will cut 17 of the 343 F-35 fighters it planned to buy from Lockheed Martin Corp. in fiscal 2016 through 2019 unless Congress repeals automatic budget cuts, according to a new Defense Department report.
Bauer Performance Sports Ltd., the first company to fix skate blades permanently to boots, plans to score in baseball after conquering the market for hockey gear.
Bears who abandoned bets against technology companies from Facebook Inc. to Netflix Inc. in 2013 can only sit and watch now as the stocks tumble.
Three people were shot to death at two Kansas City, Kansas-area Jewish facilities yesterday, a day before the first night of Passover.
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