Report: euro bailout fund chief says Europe should eventually do without IMF help
Japanese businesses watching for results as Cabinet Oks reform plans
US stock futures slide ahead of data on industrial production and whole sale prices
Paul Tucker, deputy governor of Bank of England, to leave central bank later this year
Spain's public debt hits record 88 percent of annual GDP at end of first quarter
Personal information might not be so personal after all. Thieves lurk and steal IDs so they can live on someone else's dime.
Stocks rise sharply in afternoon trading; Gannett jumps after deal to acquire Belo
Nicaragua approves handing massive canal project to little-known Chinese company
Beauty products company Coty declines in its debut on the New York Stock Exchange
DuPont says it will reach low end of 2013 net income guidance because of wet spring weather
Weekly US unemployment benefit applications fall to 334K, near a five-year low
Caterpillar Inc. no longer giving money to Boy Scouts, cites ban on gay leaders
Total U.S. money market mutual fund assets rose $1.02 billion to $2.612 trillion for the week that ended Wednesday, according to the Investment Company Institute.
Average US rate on 30-year fixed mortgage rises to 3.98 pct.; 15-year at 3.10 pct.
New York considering fines and jail time for customers buying counterfeit goods on the street
Oil rises above $96 with boost from US data on jobs, retail sales; gasoline steady at $3.63
Gannett agrees to buy Belo for $1.5 billion in cash; deal would boost TV operations
Stocks surge, breaking three-day slump; good news on US economy outweighs a slump in Japan
Satellite boost for Greece's public TV holdouts, top rights official slams closure