US weekly unemployment aid applications drop to 324K, lowest in 5 years, sign of fewer layoffs
Kellogg profit falls on higher costs but company stands by full-year outlook
CBS' Moonves dismisses Aereo as 'insignificant' as 1st-quarter revenue, profit beat forecasts
Media companies benefit from higher fees from cable, satellite operators; studio results mixed
GM 1Q profit falls 14 pct to $865 million; looks to redesigned pickups to boost profit
Warren Buffett says women will play key role in America's prosperity when given the chance
Average US rate on 15-year mortgage falls to record-low 2.56 pct.; 30-year slips to 3.35 pct.
US worker productivity up just 0.7 pct. in first quarter after shrinking in previous quarter
German textile co. 'surprised' its clothing found in collapsed Bangladesh building
US trade deficit drops to $38.8 billion in March as flow of crude oil falls to 17-year low
Hospitals see wave of products to fight superbugs; penalties loom if patients catch infections
British NGO challenges tax authorities over "sweetheart" Goldman tax deal
OECD urges Italy stick with debt reduction measures as new PM Letta seeks to focus on growth
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid fell last week to seasonally adjusted 324,000, the lowest since January 2008. The drop points to fewer layoffs, but companies still need to ramp up hiring in order to rapidly lower unemployment.
A look at analyst reactions to the ECB's decision to cut its main interest rate to record low
Hiring managers have noticed young, newly graduated job seekers are doing some strange and inappropriate things during interviews.
PepsiCo pulls Mountain Dew ad following criticism over racial, violent content
Indexes open higher on Wall Street after GM, CBS and others report higher income
Survey shows China manufacturing growth slowing in negative sign for weak recovery
UN weather agency: 2012 was 9th hottest year since 1850; above-average temps for over 25 years