Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.'s (BMY) cancer drug Opdivo, also known chemically as nivolumab, has received FDA approval for yet another indication - this time, for the treatment of patients with metastatic non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer whose disease progressed during or after platinum-based chemotherapy.
Following the rally seen late in the previous session, stocks saw some further upside during trading on Friday. While buying interest was somewhat subdued on the day, the Dow and the S&P 500 reached their best closing levels in over a month.
A majority of Americans continue to say the federal government has too much power, according to the results of a new Gallup poll. The poll found that 60 percent of Americans think the government has too much power, matching the record high set in 2013.
The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission has asked Safety 1st to recall 35,000 highchairs after several children fell and were injured.
The recall covers about 35,000 wooden Safety 1st highchairs in three models: HC144BZF (Casablanca), HC229CZF (Gentle Lace) and HC229CYG (Black Lace).
While the elections remain more than a year away, the results of a Quinnipiac University poll show Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Penn., continues to hold a comfortable lead in his race for re-election.
Ferrari, the luxury car division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCAU) is reportedly getting a much higher valuation than previously expected driven by its premium status of manufacturing high-performance luxury cars.
According to reports, Ferrari expects the IPO to bring its market valuation to about...
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. (SEAS) has received another blow to its business as the California Coastal Commission banned breeding of captive killer whales in San Diego.
The new law means SeaWorld won't be allowed to breed captive orcas, including through artificial insemination, at its California...
After moving modestly higher earlier in the session, stocks continue to see some strength in mid-day trading on Friday. Buying interest has remained relatively subdued, however, limiting the upside for the markets.
Japanese tech giant Sony Corp. has cut the price of the PlayStation 4 video game console by $50, as it gears up for the important holiday season. The price cut of the PS4 puts the console at the same price as rival Microsoft Corp.'s Xbox One. The price change is effective Friday.
Despite recent suggestions to the contrary, real estate mogul Donald Trump declared Friday he will never drop out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
Stocks are seeing modest strength in early trading on Friday, extending the rally seen late in the previous session. The Dow is moving higher for the sixth consecutive session, climbing to its best intraday level in well over a month.
How about paying for your Starbucks latte or KFC fried chicken using Apple Pay? Well, it will soon become a reality. Apple Pay, Apple Inc.'s mobile payment and digital wallet service, will be accepted at Starbucks as a form of payment later this year while KFC and Chili's will follow suit next year.
With an increase in inventories of durable goods partly offset by a drop in inventories of non-durable goods, the Commerce Department released a report on Friday showing only a slight uptick in U.S. wholesale inventories in the month of August.
The world's biggest chipmaker Intel Corp. (INTC) is due to release its third-quarter results after the market close on Tuesday, October 13, 2015, with analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect earnings of $0.59 per share and revenues of $14.24 billion.
A proposed tentative four-year agreement between automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and the United Auto Workers union will eliminate a much-hated two-tier pay structure and also enable new workers to receive wages at par with their senior colleagues within eight years, reports said.