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The regulation would be the latest in a series of E.P.A. controls on air pollution that wafts from smokestacks and tailpipes and will probably set off a battle among public health advocates, industry groups and their Republican allies..
Banks and other financial institutions insured by the F.D.I.C. earned $38.7 billion in the third quarter, up from $36.1 billion a year ago.
Overall same-store sales rose 4 percent on a constant-currency basis, beating the 3.7 percent average increase that analysts had estimated.
Steven A. Cohen’s ex-wife, Patricia Cohen, continues to pursue him, claiming he cheated her out of money during their divorce some two decades ago.
The collaboration between the two companies underlines how media giants are increasingly collaborating on content-marketing efforts.
To keep your money safe from hackers, many experts recommend using a credit card instead of a debit card both online and in stores.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries meets in Vienna as the cartel finds it increasingly hard to influence world supply and price.
Sony Pictures’ computer systems were down for the second day in a row on Tuesday after hackers threatened to release files they claimed were stolen from the company’s network.
A travel trade group found that 13 of the nation’s top 30 airports already experienced Thanksgiving-like congestion and traffic at least one day a week.
Moscow City was envisioned as a hub of emerging market finance, but Russia’s recent sanctions and economic troubles have kept buildings largely empty.
Sales were down for many key products, but Meg Whitman, the chief executive, was upbeat about her plans to turn around the company.
Mr. Martin is the chief executive and president of REMCO, a company that provides building restoration and maintenance services.
First Look Media laid off nine employees hired for the online magazine, which was going to be led by Mr. Taibbi, a writer critical of Wall Street.
Democrats and the White House say the package is heavily tilted toward corporations and will affect budget and tax talks into the future.
The S.E.C. said a private banking unit in Switzerland failed to register before providing advice to American clients. The unit faces inquiries from other authorities around the globe.
The hedge fund manager Philip A. Falcone will receive a lump sum payment of $20.5 million and $19.8 million in bonus money. In an email, he rejected speculation that he was in need of cash.
Industry groups, energy companies and 20 states are challenging the E.P.A.'s interpretation of the law and whether the costs of adhering to regulations should be taken into account.
The “poison put” began as a well-intentioned way to protect debt holders, but like any good idea, it got a little out of hand, writes Steven Davidoff Solomon in the Deal Professor.
The privately held music streaming service said it had about $1 billion in 2013 revenue, and $80 million in net losses.
To predict whether an improvement in economic growth is likely to last, it can be helpful to look at the less obvious clues.