Stocks closed higher Thursday after minutes from the Fed's September meeting shed light on its decision to keep interest rates near zero.
Stocks rose in a volatile session Wednesday, led by a rebound in biotechnology companies that pushed the S&P 500 to its highest level in three weeks.
Profits have soared since the global financial crisis at the five biggest U.S. banks with market-making dealing operations, a report finds.
VW plans to begin a recall in January of vehicles with software at the center of the emissions-rigging scandal and aims to fix them all by the end of 2016.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq fell Tuesday, ending a five-day winning streak, as investors eyed upcoming reports expected to show a drop in quarterly earnings.
VW's new CEO tells workers that the company that it will review planned investments and that overcoming its emissions-rigging scandal wouldn't be painless.
Stocks rose Monday as rising oil prices boosted energy stocks and investors bet the Federal Reserve would delay raising interest rates until 2016.
American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy protection almost a year after ousting founder Dov Charney, who is now locked in a legal fight with the retailer.
The world's largest software company introduces new mobile gadgetry and a controversial agricultural chemicals giant posts its latest quarterly results.
Stock indexes jumped more than 1 percent Friday after worries about the economy gave way to a robust rally in beaten-down energy and materials stocks.
Volkswagen is under pressure to give details within the next week of its plan to refit up to 11 million diesel vehicles.
Experian says a massive data breach exposed sensitive personal data of some 15 million people who applied for service with T-Mobile US.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq rose Thursday in a choppy start to the fourth quarter as investors awaited September's jobs report and the start of earnings season.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Wednesday as investors looked for bargains among beaten-down shares and the biotechnology index bounced back.
The Dow and S&P 500 rose Tuesday after a volatile session, though concerns about the health of the global economy kept investors enthusiasm in check.
Volkswagen announces plans to refit up to 11 million vehicles and overhaul its namesake brand following the scandal over its rigging of emissions tests.
U.S. stocks finished sharply lower Monday and were on track for their worst quarter in four years as investors worried about the health of China's economy.
Alcoa says it will split into two companies to separate its struggling aluminum smelting operations from production of lightweight metals.
The Standard & Poor's 500 erased an early Federal Reserve-driven rally to close flat Friday, as a sell-off in biotechs offset a banking rally.
Volkswagen says it will appoint Matthias Mueller as its new chief executive following the departure of Martin Winterkorn in an emissions cheating scandal.
An iconic automaker gets caught trying to cheat emission standards and a leading fast-food burrito roller introduces a new fast-casual concept.
Stocks closed lower Thursday in a volatile session on uncertainty about U.S. monetary policy and global economic growth.
VW will name Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller as its chief executive as it tries to recover from a scandal over its rigging of U.S. vehicle emissions tests.
Anger at Volkswagen is being echoed by private dealers, auto wholesalers and owners across the U.S. as fallout from VW's smog test trickery mounts.
U.S. stocks ended down slightly Wednesday, led by losses in materials and energy shares as weak Chinese and U.S. factory data added to growth worries.
VW CEO Martin Winterkorn resigns, taking responsibility for the German carmaker's rigging of emissions tests in the biggest scandal in its 78-year history.