New Yorkers aren’t paying up for Trump-branded condos.
House Republicans have decided to move forward with a plan that would dare Senate Democrats to shut down the government next week if they don’t accept a military spending bill paired with a measure to keep the rest of the government open after Dec. 22.
Michael Dourson, a former chemical industry consultant who was tapped to oversee chemical safety at the Environmental Protection Agency, withdrew his nomination after Republican senators raised concerns about his past work and possible conflicts of interest, according to a Trump administration official.
Walt Disney Co. is expected to announce the acquisition of a large chunk of 21st Century Fox Inc. on Thursday. The deal is the biggest ever for Disney and a significant milestone in the long career of Australia-born media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Microsoft Corp., battling to improve its internet search capabilities and prove its mettle in the increasingly competitive field of artificial intelligence, is adding features to Bing that improve search within images and give people more context in answers.
21st Century Fox Inc. appears to have found a workaround for its troubled takeover of Sky Plc: have Disney buy the European broadcaster instead.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen weighed in on two headline-making financial market stories, sending a caution to investors over bitcoin while shrugging her shoulders at the value of U.S. equities.
A more tempered view on growth and inflation from the Federal Reserve pushed Treasury yields and the dollar lower as a dovish tone emanated from Janet Yellen’s final scheduled press conference.
United Parcel Service Inc. says it’s gotten deliveries under control after a surge of online shopping caused some delays following Thanksgiving.
Accident investigators have opened a formal probe of an incident last month during which a Delta Air Lines Inc. plane lined up to touch down on a taxiway instead of a runway in Atlanta.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen marked her final press conference by declaring that the U.S. economy is reaching a crucial milestone.
With its latest rate increase, the Federal Reserve followed through on its plan to tighten three times in 2017. Now, bond traders are starting to load up on cheap bets that officials will deliver on their projections next year too.
Puerto Rico’s electrical grid is unlikely to be fully restored until the end of May, the head of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Wednesday -- months longer than the timeline offered by the island’s governor.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio is facing a choice of whether his vote will match his tweets and become a roadblock to major tax legislation that his party leaders are rushing toward a final vote.
Tesla Inc., a perennial target of short sellers, “is headed for a brick wall,” investor Jim Chanos said.
Ivanka Trump’s brand is about to open a store in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, marking her second foray into brick-and-mortar commerce in the U.S.
A provision to treat graduate school tuition waivers as taxable income won’t be in the final House-Senate tax package, according to Republican Senator Steve Daines of Montana and one other person briefed on a tentative deal reached Wednesday.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., working with two financial-technology startups, will allow its 1.5 million-strong U.S. workforce to draw on their salary ahead of payday -- or squirrel some of it away for a rainy day.
President Donald Trump is finding an unlikely ally in his efforts to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement: the political left.