Consumer prices were flat in April, while industrial production fell by the smallest amount in six months — further evidence that the recession's grip is slowly easing.
The nation's largest publicly traded trucking company will ask for $1 billion in aid from the federal bailout fund.
Foreign demand for long-term U.S. financial assets rose in March as both China and Japan bought more Treasury securities.
Relations between President Barack Obama and U.S. corporate leaders have grown tense in recent weeks, with business groups bristling over his sharp rebukes of lenders and multinational companies in particular.
The U.N. Security Council is heading to Africa for a series of meetings and visits focusing on the continent's hotspots.
The Nigerian state leading a multibillion dollar lawsuit against Pfizer over a 1996 meningitis drug study said it agreed Thursday to settle the case for $75 million.
Americans should brace themselves for a slow recovery back to health after the recession ends, with unemployment likely to hit the double-digits, a Federal Reserve official said Friday.
The race is on for U.S. carriers such as Delta Air Lines, AirTran Airways and American Airlines, which are scrambling to make broadband as common at 30,000 feet as it is in the corner coffee shop.
Lightning must strike and sometimes more than once for someone to be nominated to the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer has said.
The chief investment officer of Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford's companies pleaded not guilty Thursday.