Popular video game Grand Theft Auto is giving Take-Two Interactive a second chance.
200,000 people signed up for new health insurance plans through Cigna over the past three months.
The U.S. economy grew at a solid annual rate of 3.5 percent in the July-September quarter, propelled by solid gains in business investment.
China says it will ease restrictions on credit cards in a move that might give Visa, MasterCard and other foreign competitors greater access to the Chinese consumers.
Samsung Electronics says its third quarter income plunged 49% to the lowest level since 2012 as its handset business slowed down.
General Motor's recalls are not exactly behind us, but U.S. drivers were forgiving in the past summer months because they were drawn to GM's new pickups and sport-utility vehicles.
The need for excavators and bulldozers unexpectedly surged in the past few months because more houses were built in the United States.
Healthcare supplies sales and organic growth around the world lifted 3M earnings in the third quarter.
Eli Lilly lost exclusivity in high profile drugs like Cymbalta and Evista and generic competition brought down the volume of medications doctors prescribed.
Coca-Cola says people in North America are consuming less carbonated beverages than they once did, and it's having an impact on the company's bottom line.
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