U.S. stocks rose Wednesday, but pulled back from session highs, following positive U.S. economic data and as negotiations between Greece and its international creditors continued to move forward.
The euro held near a two-week high against the dollar after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi expressed confidence in the region's economy and said there was no need for the bank to expand its bond-buying program.
A chemical and oil products cargo ship enters New York harbor. In April the U.S. petroleum deficit was cut by $6.8 billion, the lowest in 13 years.
Longtime Twitter Inc. investor Chris Sacca said it would be a good fit with Google Inc. in a merger scenario, even as he pushed for the company to improve its products and services to lure more users and advertisers.
A rendering of the upcoming Taco Bell in Wicker Park, which will serve beer, wine and boozy "freezes." A rendering of the upcoming Taco Bell in Wicker Park, which will serve beer, wine and boozy "freezes.