Business spending on equipment and investment in home construction helped boost third-quarter GDP growth.
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Sales in existing U.S. stores rose 1.5% in the third quarter, the fifth straight quarter of growth.
Some oil majors are still ducking the issue of global warming.
The combined company will be the world's largest hotel operator, with 5,500 properties in more than 100 countries.
While positive for GDP, the wholesale inventory number could also reflect slackening demand from retailers.
Two REITs combine to form company that would control 13 million acres of U.S. timberland.
Can't get the math to work on a prospective deal? You might need to reassess your hurdle rate.
The deal for HomeAway, a publicly traded provider of vacation rentals, puts Expedia in direct competition with Airbnb.
The payments startup, about to go on its IPO roadshow, says it lost $59.3 million in the third quarter.