Ben Bernanke offered a broad defense Tuesday of the Federal Reserve's policies under his leadership two months before his eight-year tenure ends.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $13 billion in a landmark settlement and acknowledged that it misled investors about the quality of risky mortgage-backed securities ahead of the 2008 financial crisis.
Is the stock market due for a pullback? The Dow Jones industrial average has surged 900 points since early October and crossed the 16,000-point threshold Monday. IPOs are hot again. Small investors, stirred from their post-recession daze, are coming back to stocks.
A small New Hampshire coffee producer that operates out of a barn has prevailed in a trademark infringement case brought by Starbucks over a blend called “Charbucks.”
General Motors is recalling nearly 60,000 Chevy Malibu midsize cars to fix window defrosters that may not work and power seat wiring that can catch fire.
Boeing Co.’s planned 777X long-haul airliner grabbed the bulk of orders Sunday at the first day of the Dubai Airshow, with at least 225 planes on the books in an eye-popping display of the spending power and aggressive expansion efforts of Gulf carriers.
Planet Fitness, a franchise health club, is opening in Jefferson City at 3239 Missouri Blvd., next to Best Buy. Having recently surpassed more than 700 locations, the fitness center is known for its low prices, and no “gymtimidation.”
Just after the opening of Sze Chuan Restaurant, yet another Chinese restaurant has opened in Jefferson City at 3720 Truman Blvd.
The first Vape store in Jefferson City is now open seven days a week at 2111 Missouri Blvd.
The Christmas treats at Birds-I-View’s Saturday workshop looked good enough to eat — carefully molded into the shapes of holiday ornaments and wreaths, they could have fit right in behind a bakery window. But unlike ordinary baked goods, these treats were designed with avian customers in mind.
Irvington, N.J., is moving forward with plans to become the second municipality in the nation to use eminent domain to buy mortgages that are in foreclosure.
Federal health officials say that defects in some Medtronic devices used in heart procedures are severe enough that they could cause serious injury or death. The warning covers about 15,000 recalled guidewires, which are inserted through an artery and used to guide other devices into place, such as stents to hold open blocked arteries.
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who played a central role in the government's response to the financial crisis of 2008-2009, is joining private equity firm Warburg Pincus LLC.
Software engineers wearing jeans and flip flops test the latest smartphone apps. Walls and windows double as whiteboards where ideas are jotted down. And a mini basketball net is in the center of it all.
A line of children's wagons with seat backs that can detach unexpectedly, allowing a child to fall out, are among this week's recalled consumer products. Others include bunk beds with dangerous guard rail spaces and pajamas that fail to meet flammability standards.
The Obama administration on Friday proposed to reduce the amount of ethanol in the nation's fuel supply for the first time, acknowledging that the biofuel law championed by both parties in 2007 is not working as well as expected.
The price of oil circled $94 for a second week as the promise of the continuation of the Federal Reserve's economic stimulus was balanced by abundant U.S. supplies.
Top Volkswagen officials are trying to quell fears among Tennessee politicians about efforts to work with a union to create a German-style works council at the automaker's lone U.S. plant in Chattanooga.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. has reached a $4.5 billion settlement with investors who said the bank deceived them about bad mortgage investments.
Proposed new safety standards for rail cars that haul flammable liquids gained support from U.S. railroads Thursday, but it's not yet clear whether the companies that own most of those cars will support the upgrades to prevent leaks.