U.S. stocks capped off a topsy-turvy trading session with a second straight week of declines, continuing a stretch of volatility that many say is a bellwether for the autumn months.
Some of the nation's largest employers, including CVS Health, Wells Fargo and the U.S. Postal Service, say they won't implement Trump's payroll-tax deferral plan.
The global economy is bouncing back from its spring collapse, but fresh data suggest the early gains from the lifting of lockdowns are already exhausted.
Facebook is appealing a preliminary order by Ireland's privacy regulator to suspend its data transfers from Europe to the U.S.
Warner Bros. is postponing the release of its Wonder Woman sequel by more than two months, the latest in a series of Hollywood stutter steps amid the pandemic.
The NYSE is signaling that it will move its electronic trading systems out of New Jersey if the state implements a proposed tax on financial transactions.
Kroger posted higher quarterly sales from pandemic-driven demand for groceries, but signaled that growth has slowed from the first months of the crisis.