Stocks lost ground Tuesday, as investors brace for Corporate America to start reporting quarterly results.
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Boeing shares sank 3.6% Tuesday following a pair of incidents involving its new 787 Dreamliner.
National oil companies from China, India, Malaysia and elsewhere in Asia snapped up international energy properties at a record rate in 2012, buying or partnering in nearly $50 billion worth of deals.
Aluminum producer Alcoa marked the unofficial start of earnings season Tuesday by posting sales that beat analyst expectations.
Google's ambitions to wire the world are expanding. The company announced on Tuesday that it will provide free Wi-Fi service to Chelsea, a New York City neighborhood where Google has its local headquarters.
Even as it runs ads thanking America for a $182 billion bailout, insurer AIG might join a lawsuit claiming that shareholders were unfairly hurt by the terms of the federal rescue that kept it out of bankruptcy four years ago.
Sears Holdings chairman and noted hedge-fund manager Edward Lampert is taking on an additional role as the retailer's chief executive after Louis D'Ambrosio said he's stepping down due to a family health matter.
Target will match prices from top online retailers year-round, the company said Tuesday.
Businesses in the eurozone may be feeling more confident but there's no sign of that translating into better employment prospects yet.
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