U.S. stocks slipped Tuesday, as investors weighed mixed reports on global manufacturing and a move from the government to deter companies from moving abroad for tax benefits.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. manufacturing activity hovered at a near 4-1/2-year high in September and factory employment surged, supporting views of sturdy economic growth this quarter.
Shares in North Chicago-based AbbVie and other drugmakers fell Tuesday after the Obama administration this week issued a string of new rules to crack down on U.S.
Carnival Corp. raised its outlook for the year Tuesday as it reported a 34% increase in earnings for the August quarter, led by higher onboard spending and a stronger performance in its Asia division.
Diplomatic staff based in New York City have racked up $16 million in unpaid parking tickets, according to municipal data obtained by the Wall Street Journal.