Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley said he has not decided whether the Fed’s next move should be to enlarge or shrink its bond buying program as he called for a fresh look at its eventual retreat from record asset purchases.
Yahoo! Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer is staking the future of the largest U.S. Web portal on a six-year-old blogging startup with little revenue and a freewheeling stance on content created by users.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index returned to a record as a Federal Reserve official said bond purchases should continue and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. forecast the stock rally will last at least through 2015. Treasuries rose and the yen pared earlier losses while grains and gold fell.
Apple Inc.’s iPhone lost ground to Samsung Electronics Co. and Google Inc.’s Motorola in an annual study measuring the satisfaction of consumers, following a sales slowdown for the pioneering smartphone.
U.S. stocks rose, sending benchmark indexes to records, after Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said the central bank should continue its bond buying to boost growth that is slower than expected.
Canada’s dollar fell to a more than two-month low against its U.S. counterpart amid speculation growth in the world’s largest economy would spur the Federal Reserve to reduce stimulus, known as quantitative easing.
Microsoft Corp. unveiled its first new Xbox in almost eight years, seeking to position the console at the center of games and home entertainment against a growing roster of competitors that includes Apple Inc. to Facebook Inc.
Chinese stocks retreated in New York from the highest level in three months, led by Huaneng Power International Inc., as concern increased over a slowdown in Asia’s largest economy after UBS AG cut its growth forecast.