NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday, with consumer staples leading the S&P 500 down to its third straight daily loss, as investors grew concerned about the pace of global economic growth.
Wall Street reacted on Tuesday to the Obama administration's regulatory moves to try to stop companies from leaving America via tax-lowering mergers and deals with companies in foreign jurisdictions.
The state's largest health insurance company is adding the firepower of the nation's largest home and auto insurer to sell health care policies this fall, both companies said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - The outspoken president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will step down in March, shortly before the central bank is expected to raise interest rates for the first time since the recession, the regional bank said Monday.
The three largest soda companies are cooperating in a pledge to reduce the average beverage calories consumed per person in the U.S.