Investors are reacting coolly to word that 10 of the nation's largest banks can repay $68 billion in bailout money.
General Motors Corp. said Tuesday the former chairman and chief executive of AT&T Inc. will become chairman.
A black Southern Baptist pastor has asked his denomination to acknowledge the importance of President Barack Obama's election, despite the convention's opposition to many of his policies.
Black, Latino and Asian lawmakers want President Barack Obama to focus more on racial disparities reported in medical treatment as the White House works toward overhauling the nation's health care system.
As a soldier in World War II, William Dabney was used to the military's segregated quarters. An African-American, he had no contact with his white counterparts.
Members of The Boston Globe's largest employee union will vote on whether to accept deep concessions in wages and benefits.
McDonald's Corp. said Monday its same-store sales climbed 5.1 percent in May.
Three of Germany's leading carmakers, BMW AG, Audi AG and Daimler AG said Monday that sales fell in May compared to a year earlier.
The St. Regis Mohawk tribe will set up its own tribal electric utility.
The Supreme Court is refusing to hear an appeal from two former top executives of Tyco International.