Business

Breaking tradition, former presidents sparring with Trump

Oct 20, 2017

Former presidents are shedding a traditional reluctance to criticize their successors, unleashing pointed attacks on the Trump White House and the commander in chief

At GE, a new urgency to return to industrial roots

Oct 20, 2017

General Electric's 3Q profit falls far short of expectations, outlook slashed.

Settlement reached in Oklahoma earthquake lawsuit

Oct 20, 2017

Settlement reached between two Oklahoma oil and natural gas companies and a woman who was injured in a 2011 earthquake

Wells Fargo: 4 currency executives no longer work at bank

Oct 20, 2017

Three high-level foreign exchange executives and a currency trader have left Wells Fargo, bank won't say if they were fired

AP FACT CHECK: Kelly distorts congresswoman's actions

Oct 20, 2017

AP FACT CHECK: John Kelly distorts tale in slamming 'selfish' congresswoman

Prosecutor: Pharmacist in meningitis case gambled with lives

Oct 20, 2017

A federal prosecutor says a Massachusetts pharmacist charged in a meningitis outbreak that killed 76 people knew mold and other bacteria were growing inside the filthy production rooms but chose to do nothing

Power to the people: 2 Italy regions to hold autonomy votes

Oct 20, 2017

It is greater autonomy __ not independence __ that two of Italy's wealthiest regions are seeking in a pair of non-binding referendums next weekend, yet Catalonia's secessionist ambitions loom over the debate

Markets Right Now: Banks, technology lead gains for stocks

Oct 20, 2017

Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street, led by gains in technology companies and banks.

What Puerto Rico is doing to get the power back after storm

Oct 20, 2017

A month after Hurricane Maria rolled across the center of Puerto Rico, power is still out for the vast majority of people as the work to restore hundreds of miles of transmission lines and thousands of miles of distribution lines grinds on

Gains by banks, technology firms lead US stocks higher

Oct 20, 2017

Technology companies and banks are leading U.S. stocks modestly higher in late-afternoon trading, placing the market on course to extend its gains for the week