The following list comprises the most-read Bloomberg News reports from the past week.
To hire 10 to 15 project coordinators this year, Sabre Commercial Inc. has boosted pay 10 percent and added a 401(k) retirement plan.
With a dozen words, President Barack Obama offered a campaign argument that he’s counting on to turn his health-care law from a liability into a winner for the November elections.
Payrolls climbed in 34 U.S. states in March and unemployment rates fell in 21, showing the job market was making progress across much of the world’s largest economy.
A 36-story office tower in midtown Manhattan worth more than $500 million and six other properties will be sold to provide funds for terrorism-related judgments against the Iranian government under a settlement announced by the U.S.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, whose novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude” put Latin America and the style known as magical realism on the international literary map, has died. He was 87.
Arch Coal Inc., a U.S. producer of the fuel, said it requested federal authorities investigate potential misconduct involving vendors and personnel in West Virginia.
Raw oysters, so good with hot sauce, increasingly can carry something even more unsettling to the stomach: A bacteria linked to vomiting, diarrhea and pain.
Duke University forward Jabari Parker said he’ll make himself available for the National Basketball Association draft after leading his team in scoring as a freshman.
Mortgage rates in the U.S. fell, sending costs for 30-year loans to the lowest since early February as the Federal Reserve confirmed its commitment to provide support for the economic recovery.
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