U.S. consumer sentiment fell to 92.1 in August, the lowest indicator readout since the start of 2019, according to data released Friday. The dip points to further uncertainty in the U.S. economy, as consumers navigate wild market swings and a constantly shifting trade environment.
Amid the recent financial market volatility, the interest rates on some long-dated government bonds have fallen below the level for short-term debt.
Tyson Foods has issued a recall for frozen chicken patty products over concerns they were possibly contaminated with "extraneous materials," said the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Federal Aviation Administration has banned certain 15-inch MacBook Pros with potentially defective batteries from US flights. The move, which follows Apple's June recall announcement, is part of a general FAA policy on devices with defective batteries.
A right-leaning news outlet is suing Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' administration, claiming it regularly excludes its writers from the access afforded by other media outlets.
This past weekend, Berkshire Hathaway released its second-quarter operating results, which featured, among other highlights, a record $122.4 billion in accumulated cash and cash equivalents. While cash is king, this isn't the case for an investment company like Berkshire Hathaway that aims t…
July 20 (Reuters) - Storied supermarket chain Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co Inc, better known as A&P, filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in five years and said it would sell more than a third of its stores.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Susan Weich recounts the shooting near her and photographer Laurie Skrivan in which two police officers were wounded outside of the Ferguson police station.