Oil stocks are back up Tuesday, amid confusion about the situation in Tripoli. After falling yesterday, oil stocks rose today in Europe, and prices for benchmark oil for October delivery were up to nearly $86 in Paris in the afternoon.
2012 Camry: Toyota plans to introduce the Camry at events in California, Michigan and Kentucky on Tuesday. It will arrive at dealerships next month.
Hybrid trucks joint venture would create an engine for Ford and Toyota pickups. A new engine for hybrid trucks is still at least three years away.
Social Security disability program will be insolvent around 2017. The Social Security disability program aids Americans who have been injured even before they reach retirement age.
The Dow closed up 37 points, giving up 200 points of gains made in early trading. The S&P 500 rose less than a point, and the Nasdaq rose 4.
Loans in process of foreclosure are on the wane, a good sign. But home loans where owners have missed a payment are on the rise.
Gold futures and immediate-delivery contracts notched record prices Monday. The high prices show elevated fear over the global economy. On the other hand, stocks regain some lost ground.
Stocks rise sharply after last week's 4 percent loss on the Dow. But traders caution that the bounce in stocks may not last.
Government-funded STRIVE program in 19 US cities helps dropouts, ex-offenders and other unemployed find jobs. A big push in the program: changing attitudes of the jobless.
Back-to-school shopping now include feathers for students' hair. The back-to-school shopping trend is so strong that stores are running out of feathers.
Each side can point to examples. But one key is the reaction of the population.
Two-thirds of Hispanic business owners said they started their firms to better their lives, provide for their families, according to new survey.
Once considered a small manageable problem, Europe's debt crisis has grown into a major international crisis. Europe will have to resolve the Greek problem that sparked the crisis.
Bank of America policy director caught on camera offers to help the GOP candidate. But does Rick Perry want help from troubled Bank of America?
Hershey walkout takes new twist as firms offer cultural tour of US to 400 foreign student workers. But Hershey walkout leaders reject offer, saying the real issue is too much work for too little pay.
Credit card companies are getting higher marks from consumers, according to a J.D Power study.