How will it end? Portugal seeks bailout closure after 3 years of austerity
Stocks slip as investors weigh economic news and the outlook for the Fed's stimulus
US new-home sales jump in October to seasonally adjusted annual rate of 444,000
Survey: US businesses add 215,000 jobs in November, the most in 12 months
Appeals court says employers can require workers to waive right to class-action lawsuits
Amazon.com's unmanned aircraft deliveries face legal and regulatory obstacles
Iran says it will return to full oil production as soon as possible and even if prices slide
Construction starts on Las Vegas mall modeled after Istanbul's Grand Bazaar
Imagined ways our lives might change with Amazon's proposed drone delivery service
A growing number of people are taking action by "cutting the cord," or making the leap from cable and satellite TV to Internet-only entertainment.
US trade gap narrows to $40.6 billion as American oil sales boost exports to record level.
US stocks waver as investors try to guess when the Fed will pull back on stimulus; Sears drops
Egypt to settle $1.5 billion owed to foreign oil firms in a bid to restore investor confidence
European Central Bank says it stands ready to help economy, but how?
Spain's jobless drama laid bare as IKEA receives 20,000 applications in 2 days for 400 posts
US stocks open lower on Fed pullback concerns; Sears drops after hedge-fund manager cuts stake
Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska's company suing Montenegro over smelter bankruptcy
US urges last-ditch WTO trade agreement, India won't budge; body's effectiveness questioned
Philip Morris buying 20 percent stake in Russia's Megapolis Distribution for $750 million
US futures head down for third consecutive day despite strong employment and trade reports