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Bank of America still feeling fallout of mortgage crisis. It shares down 3% after quarterly loss.
Investors were feeling pretty good Wednesday, as a slew of earnings and economic data rolled in and Janet Yellen continued to assure markets of low rates.
In a bid to maintain its standing as America's most popular car, Toyota unveiled a substantially redesigned -- and less conservative-looking -- Camry at the New York Auto Show Wednesday.
Intel is up nearly 3% so far this year, unlike its brethren on the Nasdaq. Looks like the chip maker's focus on tablets and cloud computing is starting to pay off.
Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results.
Q1 growth was 7.4%, below the official target but slightly better than expected.
Observers are warning that risks of a blow up in China's property market are rising.
See what the clients of this tune-up shop do to their luxury cars to make them truly unique.
Starbucks will pay more tax in the U.K. after moving its European headquarters to London from Amsterdam at the end of this year.
The Artist Pension Trust pools together more than 2,000 contemporary artists and splits the sale of their art to act as a retirement fund.