The FOMC wants to be prepared in case it needs to reverse course and make monetary policy more accommodative, Chair Janet Yellen told Congress.
After a relentless pursuit, pharmaceutical firm Mylan pays a large premium to acquire a company that sells over-the-counter drugs.
The payday lending scam made loans at exorbitant interest rates to 4.5 million Americans.
The deal gives the Chinese investors access to a product that has lagged in the West but still has a loyal following in developing countries.
Canada's largest utility owner buys a Midwest electricity transmission provider for $6.9 billion.
A relationship between an ecommerce executive and a gas station operator leads to trading on inside information.
Global oil output surges in January, and the IEA says 'short-term risk to the downside has increased.'
Despite a $646 million writedown of its operations in Venezuela, Goodyear will maintain manufacturing and sales operations there.
Dennis Hamilton allegedly used his advance knowledge of Harman's earnings to make a one-day trading profit of more than $130,000.
The yogurt maker chooses to pursue growth opportunities on its own rather than bring PepsiCo in as a majority investor.