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GM said that it has so far determined that 31 of these claims, including 19 involving death, are eligible for compensation.
To get the best loan deal, you need to do your homework. Here's a list of five things you should do.
Nearly half of adults have either pre-diabetes or diabetes, USA Today reports.
In the last nine years, Yahoo's investment in Alibaba is the only thing that's gone right.
Planning your retirement savings? These tips will help keep high doctors' bills at bay.
Sources told CNBC that there would definitely not be a seven in the Alibaba share price at the time of the IPO.
Obtaining a mortgage in the may not be as hard as some borrowers suspect, according to a survey by Wells Fargo.
As the biggest ETF companies race to the bottom with fund fees, investors benefit—if they know how to win the fee war.
As the gap between the "yes" and "no" vote for Scottish independence narrows, hedge funds are trimming their long positions on cable.
A new survey shows families can spend more than 30 hours a week on caregiving, USA Today reports.
Detroit and Syncora agree to "lay down swords" in debt settlement
Microsoft will buy Stockholm-based game developer Mojang, the creator of the "Minecraft" video game franchise, for $2.5 billion.
U.S. output fell for the first time in seven months last month, data showed on Monday.
Regulators are investigating allegations that dealers manipulated key reference rates in the foreign currency market.
Apple's latest iterations of its iPhone set a new record, the company said--to the tune of more than 4 million pre-orders.
New York's manufacturing sector powered ahead at its fastest pace in nearly five years.
Hedge funds urged Ann Inc. to consider a sale following extended poor performance.
The U.S. has a strategy on Ebola: Increase aid to West Africa and train U.S. medical workers for volunteer duty in the outbreak zone.
Cognizant is buying privately held health-care IT company Trizetto for $2.7 billion in cash, the company announced on Monday.
Some 15 percent of sandwich generation adults in their 40s and 50s are financially supporting both an aging parent and a child.