A survey this week found the number of uninsured dropped since the health-care law took effect Jan. 1. About 15.9 percent of Americans lack coverage this year, down from an all-time high of 18 percent in 2013, Gallup Inc. said yesterday.
Continue reading below. Lacking big news or earnings reports - other than a long-awaited Men's Wearhouse-Jos. A. Bank deal and GM's auto-recall troubles - investors found little to get excited about, and stocks slipped lower a second day in a row.
NEW YORK (AP) - If you're puzzled why the U.S. stock market has risen so fast in a slow-growing economy, consider one of its star performers: DirecTV.
J.C. Penney finding fans of its comeback plan. Analyst says Macy's is already a winner. Adrienne Mitchell reports. Pop up Player.
Common shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac experienced their biggest intraday drop in 10 months after leaders of the Senate Banking Committee announced plans to eliminate the companies in a new bill.