In the new SAT, analyzing a scatterplot chart on Florida manatees and citing evidence to back up answers will trump knowledge of arcane vocabulary.
A gap in U.S. patent law has kept cheap copies of Novartis AG’s heart drug Diovan off the market for 18 months, costing U.S. consumers and insurers as much as $900 million in potential savings.
The U.S. government’s deficit will fall to $492 billion this year, according to the Congressional Budget Office, a steeper drop than originally predicted from $680 billion in fiscal year 2013.
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Chief executive officers aren’t always the highest-paid employees.
Illinois obtained the lowest borrowing cost since 2009 in its latest general-obligation deal, a sign that investors expect the state’s credit rating to stabilize after seven downgrades in four years.
The U.S. House adopted a budget plan providing a contrast between Democrats and Republicans for the November election that will decide control of Congress.
Tesla Motors Inc., the electric-car maker, starts delivering its luxury sedans in China this month and said the company’s co-founder, billionaire Elon Musk, will be there to kick off the effort.
Gay-marriage bans struck down in Utah and Oklahoma are the first to come before a federal appeals panel since a June U.S. Supreme Court ruling set off a string of challenges to limits on same-sex marriage.
New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority approved $21.8 million of tax incentives this week to keep four companies from moving out of state.
Davis Says Investors Thinking Twice About China
Hartford Sees Secular Growth for Oil by Rail
Baird’s Hartford Says FedEx Corp. Is His Top Pick
Rochelle on LA Dodgers, Madoff, Ambac, Vitro Bankru
Guggenheim’s Mathias Says Labor Is `On Notice'