Sony returns to black in fiscal 4Q with profit of 93.9 billion yen ($948 million) on cheap yen
US Treasury reports $113B surplus in April, biggest in 5 years; helps lower US deficit
Iranian official says court lifts ban on Reuters news agency
Oil shows small decline after early plunge as rising stocks offset impact of stronger dollar
Washington Business Journal compiled a list of the best companies to work for and many of them are in the D.C. area.
Actavis and Warner Chilcott say they are in early discussions about a possible combination
President Barack Obama will visit Baltimore as part of a series of quick trips around the country to emphasize his economic proposals.
True Religion Apparel agrees to offer of about $826 million from investment management firm
Kenyan company turns old sandals into colorful array of toys and safari animals
Stock market rises for a third week in a row, led by small-company stocks
Yen in focus as G-7 gather to discuss what to do to nurture recovery
US safety regulators investigate low-beam headlight failures in Chevy Corvette sports cars
Nations agree to new ban on flame retardant, tighter export controls on other materials
Hess to split roles of CEO and chairman; Elliot dismisses changes and pushes on for new board
Flamboyant Nigeria newspaper publisher, known for bringing in celebrities, hit by strike
IAG, parent of BA, after tax losses at 630 million euros in 1Q as Iberia drags down profits
Japan's Nikkei index jumps after dollar passes 100-yen mark for first time in 4 years
Stock indexes are rising in early trading; Gap and Priceline.com rise on higher earnings
Oil drops below $95 a barrel after dollar tops 100 yen for first time since April 2009
Rebecca Salsbury, 31, has less than one month to go before she becomes a mother. She plans to readjust her work-life balance when the time comes, but so far her pregnancy has meant little professional change at the private law firm in Baltimore where she's an associate.