- 3 Chinese brokerages say they are under investigation
November 27, 20155:20 AM ET
BEIJING (AP) — Three of China's biggest securities firms are under investigation in a fresh aftershock from this summer's market plunge.
- Super Bowl of shopping starts
November 27, 20156:56 AM ET
The Super Bowl of shopping had an early start again this year, but the game isn't over yet.
- The Latest: Black Friday
November 27, 20151:59 AM ET
Shoppers had a bit of a buying appetizer on Thanksgiving, but the question remains whether they'll feast on deals on the day after the holiday.
- Holiday shoppers get a head start on Thanksgiving
November 27, 201512:21 AM ET
NEW YORK (AP) — Black Friday used to kick off the holiday shopping season, but now Thanksgiving Day is the new tradition for some shoppers.
- Ferrari hometown overwhelmed by roar of test-driving fans
November 27, 20157:00 AM ET
MARANELLO, Italy (AP) — In the streets of Maranello, the hometown of Ferrari, the roar of the famed sports car is no longer the occasional bragging right of a proud new owner, but a constant backdrop as a number of test-drive businesses give would-be Schumachers the chance to rev up and peel out.
- Global shares mostly down, China slides on brokerage probe
November 27, 20154:46 AM ET
TOKYO (AP) — Global stocks were mostly lower in muted trading Friday, after Wall Street was closed for Thanksgiving, but China's market fell sharply as investigations into the securities industry widened to include two top brokerages.
- Presidential contenders differ sharply on climate, energy
November 27, 20153:34 AM ET
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders calls climate change the greatest threat to national security. Front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton promises to install more than 500 million solar panels across the country.
- Japan plans extra budget, handouts, to pump up recovery
November 27, 20152:25 AM ET
TOKYO (AP) — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has ordered Cabinet ministers to prepare an extra spending package, including cash handouts for the poorest pensioners, seeking to breathe fresh life into Japan's stalling recovery.