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Dismissing a veto threat from President Barack Obama, lawmakers in the House passed legislation that links student loan rates to the ups and downs of the financial markets in a vote largely along party lines.
After years of struggle, Gap is back in style.
Ralph Lauren Corp. reported a 35 percent increase in fourth-quarter profit as the luxury retailer benefited from lower cotton prices and cost controls.
Household products giant Procter & Gamble Co. is hoping its former CEO can work his magic once again.
Campbell Soup said it’s buying Plum Organics, which makes food for babies and kids, for an undisclosed amount as it looks to move into faster-growing categories.
Wynn Resorts pays for founder and CEO Steve Wynn’s residence at its tony Las Vegas hotel and casino at a cost of nearly $452,000.
Tesla Motors, which makes a highly acclaimed $70,000 electric car, has paid off a startup loan from the U.S. government nine years early.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin signed into law Wednesday a novel measure aimed at protecting companies from so-called patent trolling, the practice of making deceptive claims of patent infringement in the hopes of collecting licensing or settlement money.
A survey shows China’s manufacturing contracted this month, adding to signs a fragile economic recovery is slowing.
A co-founder of exotic juice maker XanGo LLC — one of Utah’s most successful brands — has filed a lawsuit claiming his partners are looting the company for exotic vacations and luxury gifts.
The attorney for an 87-year-old woman who accuses Donald Trump of cheating her in a skyscraper condo deal told jurors in Chicago on Wednesday that he was personally repulsed by the “Apprentice” star whom he said lied on the witness stand.
Hewlett-Packard is still scrambling to meet the growing demand for more versatile and less expensive mobile devices as a slump in its personal computer sales deepens, but the company’s cost-cutting measures and focus on more profitable areas of technology appear to be easing the pain.
Detroit auto factories are forgoing their traditional two-week summer break and speeding up production to meet buyers’ growing demand for new cars and trucks.
Japan’s trade deficit widened to a larger-than-expected 879.9 billion yen ($8.6 billion) in April as its weakening currency accentuated surging import costs.
Home Depot Inc.’s first-quarter net income rose 18 percent, thanks to the ongoing housing recovery, despite a chilly and wet spring.