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During peace talks in Havana, FARC rebels agreed to a cease-fire in Colombia—given that the military does not attack them.
Oracle reported quarterly earnings of 69 cents per share on $9.60 billion in revenue, topping expectations.
The U.S. is re-establishing diplomatic ties with Cuba, but Armando Codina said he isn't ready to invest in the communist country.
Car theft has plunged 58 percent since its all-time high, according to new FBI data.
Shares of Carnival and Copa Holdings were among the stocks boosted on normalized diplomatic Cuban relations.
Oil stocks bounced, in their best day in three years.
Beauty and cosmetics company Avon will be in a criminal court hearing this week in Manhattan.
Some observers say a less acrimonious future between the United States and Iran makes economic sense.
Experts are calling for relatively good weather during the final shopping weekend of the holiday season.
Here's what bothers Ron Insana about the Fed's statement — its last of 2014.
This is a comparison of today's FOMC statement with the one issued after the Fed's previous policy-making meeting on October 29.
Some scientists fear the current climate in Russia is making the country's brain drain even worse.
NY will move to prohibit fracking in the state, citing unresolved health issues and dubious economic benefits of the widely used gas-drilling technique.
2015 is shaping up as the year the U.S. consumer will have to shine the light for the rest of the world—or else.
Prominent Cuban-American public figures reacted to possible changes in U.S.-Cuban Relations, NBCNews reports.
Yellen said it would be at least 'a couple' of meetings before the Fed considered raising interest rates.
The Florida Republican senator also says Congress won't support lifting the half-century embargo on Castro's Cuba.
Don't be so quick to turn down that store credit card offer. Some can offer more valuable rewards than the best cash-back cards.
A U.S. bureau filed a lawsuit against wireless carrier Sprint over unauthorized charges on customers' cellphone bill.
Few U.S. companies have a big exposure to the Russian ruble's ongoing collapse.