Republican Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., has predicted that GOP nominee Donald Trump will lose the presidential election unless he changes the tone of his campaign. During a town hall at one of Allstate's corporate campuses on Tuesday, Flake also questioned whether Trump deserves to win.
LoopUp Group, a UK-based startup that provides software technology for conference calls and remote meetings, on Wednesday became the first technology company to float shares on the London Stock Exchange since Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
LoopUP raised £8.5 million by selling shares...
Deaths due to motor accident have increased 9 percent during the first six months of 2016 compared to the same period last year, according to preliminary estimates from the National Safety Council. Traffic deaths have increase 18 percent from 2014.
About 19,100 people have been killed on U.S. roads...
Stocks have moved mostly lower during trading on Wednesday, although selling pressure has remained relatively subdued. The modest pullback on the day has offset the uptick shown by the major averages in the previous session.
Citigroup Inc.(C) and AT&T Inc. (T) have decided to ended a legal battle over a trademark infringement claim on customer loyalty program.
Both the companies have dismissed their claims against each other with prejudice, which means the same lawsuit cannot be reignited at a later date.
USA Today has joined other papers and Republicans calling for the Clinton Foundation to be shut down amid allegations of corruption. In an op-ed piece published late Tuesday, USA Today's editorial board described plans to tighten the ethical safeguards for the Clinton Foundation as woefully incomplete.
After ending the previous session modestly higher, stocks are giving back some ground in early trading on Wednesday. The major averages have all dipped into negative territory, although selling pressure has remained relatively subdued.
Republican White House aspirant Donald Trump addressed an election campaign rally in Austin, Texas, Tuesday night to draw national attention to his call for border security as well as the need for a Special Prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton's alleged misuse of the State Department to benefit the Clinton Foundation while she was the Secretary of State.
Existing home sales in the U.S. tumbled by much more than anticipated in the month of July, according to a report released by the National Association of Realtors on Wednesday. NAR said existing home sales slumped 3.2 percent to an annual rate of 5.39 million in July.
Qatar's sovereign wealth fund has acquired a 9.9 percent stake in the company that owns the iconic Empire State Building, which was once the world's tallest building. Empire State Realty Trust, which owns the 102 storied, 1,454-foot skyscraper, said Tuesday that an affiliate of Qatar Investment Authority or QIA has acquired a 9.9 percent interest in the company through a $622 million investment.
Missouri has voted for the Republican presidential candidate in each of the last four elections, but the results of a new Monmouth University Poll suggest that the Show Me State could be in play this time around.
Stocks may experience choppy trading early on Wednesday after ending the previous session modestly higher. The major index futures are currently pointing to a roughly flat open for the markets, with the Dow futures up by just 2 points.
Wall Street stocks look set to start Wednesday's session on a nervous note, as the markets across globe, overwhelmed by U.S. Fed rate hike worries, wait on word from Fed Chair Janet Yellen. After Asian stocks ended on a mixed note amid a let up in the strength of the yen, the European markets recovered...
European stocks rose for a third straight session Wednesday, as investors took weak German GDP data in their stride and looked ahead to Fed Chair Janet Yellen's speech on Friday for clues on the path of U.S. interest-rate increases.
U.K. stocks have underperformed the broader European markets as Glencore...
Shares of Glencore International Plc. declined around 6 percent in London trading after the Commodities trader reported Wednesday wider pre-tax loss in its first half with weak revenues, amid lower commodity prices. Attributable net loss, however, narrowed from last year.