Wall Street data distributor Bloomberg LP said it was taking steps to get ahead of damage that may erupt from revelations of a privacy breach at the company.
Apple is planning to expand its iPhone lineup with multiple models in an effort to compete with Android-powered smartphones, a U.S. analyst says.
U.S. stocks slid for the third session of the week as corporate reports and economic data failed to spark much enthusiasm.
Tokyo Disney Resorts is aiming at topping its 2012 record of 27.5 million visitors in its 30th year, which begins next week, operators said.
"Too big to fail" banks are "more dangerous than ever" to the U.S. and world economies and must be reined in, the International Monetary Fund chief said.
S&P within sight of a record close ... Fed OKs capital plans at 14 banks ... Sun Belt cities growing again ... For one at UBS, a $26M payday ... News from United Press International.
The Federal Reserve said Thursday it has approved capital plans of 14 U.S. financial institutions under financial reform legislation enacted in 2010.
Dow hits another high, jobless claims fall ... Fed stress tests show healthier banks ...Icahn stirs the pot at Dell ... Law schools launching clinics of their own ... News from United Press International.
Venezuela's economic reforms program is at risk of becoming more lopsided than it is at present as national attention rivets on mourning Hugo Chavez.
Nine of New York state's Top 20 employers are in healthcare, with North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System No. 1 with 37,000 employees, researchers say.