Posted: 4:22 PM The Energy Department is expected to announce that Ford Motor Co. will receive funds from a $25 billion federal loan program to develop fuel-efficient vehicles.
Posted: 4:20 PM Hyundai's top U.S. executive says consumers are skittish about the direction of gas prices and a flexible gas tax is needed to keep pump prices stable.
Posted: 12:19 PM Stock markets around the world have seen losses today after the World Bank warned that the global economic downturn will be worse than previously predicted.
Updated: 12:13 PM A closely watched study of new vehicle quality says Ford, General Motors and Chrysler have improved, but they still lag behind foreign competitors like Toyota.
Updated: 12:16 PM Apple says more than a million of its latest iPhones were sold in the first three days.
Posted: 9:00 AM Lowered expectations for the global economy are giving investors more to be wary about.
Updated: 11:27 AM Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford has been indicted for what prosecutors say is a $7 billion scheme to defraud investors.
Posted: 10:40 AM Investors are shedding some of their caution about the economy.
Posted: 10:20 AM The United States and Switzerland have agreed to increase the amount of tax information they share to help crack down on tax evasion.
Posted: 2:33 PM A private research group says its forecast of economic activity rose in May, the second straight gain after seven months of declines.
Updated: 2:33 PM Stocks are mostly higher as investors look over the latest economic reports. So far this week, the Dow industrials have lost about 300 points.
Posted: 1:23 PM A new report says the country's natural gas reserves are much bigger than previously thought.
Posted: 1:20 PM A bankruptcy judge says General Motors can terminate its aircraft leases as part of its ongoing restructuring.
Posted: 10:05 AM It's double-header day for the treasury secretary as he spends the day on Capitol Hill explaining the administration's plan to overhaul the nation's financial system.
Posted: 8:39 AM The Department of Education says Sallie Mae and three other companies were chosen to service parts of its $550 billion in outstanding federal student loans and future loans owned by the government.
Posted: 8:32 AM HLTH Corp. says it will complete its merger into health Web site operator WebMD Health Corp. in an all-stock deal.
Posted: 8:29 AM The total number of people on the unemployment insurance rolls has dropped for the first time since early January, while first-time claims for benefits rose slightly.
Posted: 5:16 PM Chrysler Group LLC says it will resume making vehicles at seven of its North American factories starting June 29.
Posted: 1:06 PM What is home owner's insurance and what you should look for when it comes to purchasing a policy for your home and property.
Posted: 12:01 PM President Barack Obama is offering a broad-scale overhaul of the financial system, saying hard times struck largely because a post-Depression era business regulatory scheme couldn't keep up with an increasingly global economy.
Posted: 10:12 AM A cautious forecast from FedEx Corp. is giving investors another reason to worry about the economy.
Posted: 9:32 AM White House adviser Christina Romer says President Barack Obama's proposal to overhaul the financial regulatory system in this country must be accepted because "the status quo is not an option."