NEW YORK (Reuters) - California's Obamacare insurance marketplace experienced a surge in enrollment last week, officials said on Thursday, offering welcome news for President Barack Obama's sweeping healthcare law from a state crucial to its success.
The stock market fell on Thursday to its lowest level in a month as investors worried that the end may be near for the Federal Reserve's support for the economy.
Boeing Co. said it had made a counter proposal to its largest union for a contract designed to secure manufacturing of its planned 777X jetliner in Washington state, but that union leaders had rejected the deal.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian markets are likely to stay under pressure on Friday as investors fret over the outlook for U.S. policy stimulus, though Japanese stocks could draw comfort from a reversal in the yen against the dollar.
Midway through an ambitious 10-year plan to become the world's largest automaker, Volkswagen has hit a rough patch in the United States, with sales stagnating this year even as the rest of the industry has surged.