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The Dow Jones industrial average held at a record high on Wall Street on Monday.
Twitter raised the bar for social networks with an initial public offering Thursday that far exceeded projections.
English soccer champion Manchester United PLC projected Wednesday that it will generate more than $660 million this season after breaking its revenue record while winning a 20th league title.
It was supposed to make the stock market run smoother and more efficiently. But the near-total computerization of stock trading in the U.S. led once again to a huge technical glitch that, for three hours on Thursday, stopped trading altogether on the Nasdaq Stock Market, with investors unable to buy or sell a long list of heavily traded tech stocks from Apple to Facebook.
Iran's limited cyber capabilities enable it to launch attacks against the U.S. that would do more damage to public perceptions than actual infrastructure, a new study said.
Financial-transaction tax proposals have prompted much debate over the past year, both in the United States and internationally.
Fresh from winning a record 20th English league title, Manchester United is also keeping up its success off the field by producing record revenues while reducing its debts.
From the world of sport to finance, people are taking a moment to reflect on the tragedy that befell the Boston Marathon on Monday.
NASCAR champion Dale Jarrett headlined the 25 nominees announced Wednesday for next year's Hall of Fame class _ a list that finally includes track magnate Bruton Smith.