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Foreclosure filings hit the lowest level since December 2006 in November, as the housing market continues to improve.
Film studio Miramax on Tuesday filed suit against Warner Bros., which is producing a trilogy based on the 1937 J.R.R. Tolkien book "The Hobbit."
American Airlines agents allegedly told customers that surcharges from the company were government-imposed taxes.
Fliers may pay more for tickets because of a proposed security fee increase in the bipartisan budget deal unveiled this week.
Spotify's new free music streaming service will give smartphone and tablet users the ability to shuffle songs without paying for the premium service.
Microsoft's Xbox One gaming system sales top 2 million, staying neck-and neck with Sony's PlayStation 4 this holiday season.
Discovery Communications' interest in acquiring Scripps Networks Interactive is the latest indication that in the cable business, the bigger the better.
Republican Paul Ryan and Democrat Patty Murray struck a bare-minimum deal that, if passed, would avert budget brinksmanship for awhile. But it still leaves a lot of unfinished business on the table.
A budget deal reached late Tuesday does nothing for the unemployment benefits set to expire on Dec. 28.
An easing of sanctions has helped support a rise in oil exports from Iran, though a tough stance from major energy consumers will limit further take-up of supplies.