Finance ministers from developing countries said Monday that they should get more voting power at the World Bank, echoing calls for change at the International Monetary Fund.
It sounds surreal, but it's true: Private industry is rushing to adopt the marketing strategy of the federal government.
Rio de Janeiro has won the right to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, a decision that will set the games in South America for the first time.
Bank of America Corp. said Friday it created a six-member committee of directors to find a successor for CEO Ken Lewis.
After a lengthy disconnect, the U.S. stock market may now be back on the same page as the bond market, which for the past month and a half has been signaling a gloomier view on the economy.
IBM Corp. has released its own version of Internet-based email for businesses, in a move designed to compete with an increasingly popular service from Google Inc.
The nation's unemployment rate ticked up to 9.8 percent in September, its highest level in 26 years