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Investors cheered a strong November jobs report. But with little economic news to set the tone next week, will the market drift higher or lower?
GM will discontinue its Chevy brand in Europe, except for the Corvette, and will instead sell Opel and Vauxhall.
Pantone picks radiant orchid as the color of 2014.
Microsoft shares sank after a Ford board member said Alan Mulally is not leaving the company anytime soon. That dampens investor hopes that Mulally would succeed Steve Ballmer as Microsoft CEO.
Facebook is one of the largest U.S. companies by market value, and investors are hungry to know when it will join the market's most closely-tracked index.
Fast food workers across the country walked off the job Thursday. But unions and other organizations compensated them for lost wages.
Apple and China Mobile have reportedly inked a long-anticipated deal that should make buying an iPhone easier for hundreds of millions of Chinese.
Organizers say fast-food workers in 100 U.S. cities will walk off their jobs Thursday, as part of a push to raise wages in the industry above $15 an hour.
Super Bowl 30-second spots sold for record-breaking $4.5 million, says industry source.
Two million passwords have been stolen, compromising accounts at Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, Yahoo and ADP.
Apple is still reasonably priced, but it's no longer dirt cheap.
Who needs to own a boring U.S. Treasury bond when you can buy an exciting tech stock and get a similar -- or in many cases, higher -- yield in the process?