The Justice Department is objecting to a proposed $20 million severance payment for American Airlines CEO Tom Horton, saying it's bigger than allowed by bankruptcy law.
Metals prices ended slightly lower Friday, as did agricultural futures.
Major stock indexes closed out their first weekly loss in a month in quiet trading Friday.
NEW YORK — Growth stocks, neglected at the start of the year, are starting to get a bit of love from investors again.
DOVER, Del. — Attorneys for the federal government and unsecured creditors have filed objections to electric car maker CODA Holdings' bankruptcy plans.
A line of children's beds with defective mattress support rails and motorized shades with overheating batteries are among this week's recalled consumer products.
ORDERS UP: U.S. orders for manufactured goods expected to last at least three years rose 3.3 percent in April. The gain was driven by a surge in demand for aircraft and more spending by businesses.
NEW YORK — Sen. Charles Schumer urged regulators to "use extreme caution" when reviewing the proposed acquisition of No. 3 cell carrier Sprint Nextel by Japan's Softbank, saying the Japanese company's use of Chinese networking equipment could open up U.S. networks to snooping and hacking.
NEW YORK — Major stock indexes closed out their first weekly loss in a month in quiet trading Friday.
NEW YORK — Delta's formula for winning over New York travelers is simple: floor-to-ceiling windows, abundant power outlets and a burger joint with a cult-like following.
NEW YORK — The price of oil fell 2 percent this week, as oil traders worried about global demand and shared the stock market's concerns about possible changes to the Federal Reserve economic stimulus program.
The average price of a gallon of gasoline is about the same as it was last year at this time, and could be slightly cheaper by Monday. But it's more than double what it was in 2000. Here's how the price of gasoline on Memorial Day has changed since then, according to GasBuddy.com.
WASHINGTON — China has agreed to give U.S. regulators access to audit records for Chinese companies whose shares trade on U.S. stock exchanges, a step forward in a long-running dispute.
LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — Slovenia's parliament on Friday adopted a cap on public spending to try to convince foreign investors that the small eurozone country will not need an international bailout.
WASHINGTON — When President Barack Obama pushed his health care overhaul plan through Congress, he counted labor unions among his strongest supporters.