Wall St. Edges Higher After Four-Day Rally

U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Wednesday, with buyers largely taking a pause following the biggest four-day rally for the S&P 500 since January 2013.

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange October 17, 2014.

Drugmakers To Join Forces To Make Millions Of Ebola Vaccine Doses

Leading drugmakers plan to work together to accelerate development of an Ebola vaccine and produce millions of doses of the most effective experimental product for use next year.

A nurse writes the name of voluteer Christof Hoffmanns on the forehead of his protection suite during an Ebola training session held by Germany's Red Cross in Wuerzburg October 21, 2014.

U.S. Consumer Prices Rise On Shelter Costs, But Inflation Muted

U.S. consumer prices rose marginally in September, painting a weak inflation picture that should give the Federal Reserve ample room to keep interest rates low for a while.

Current gas prices are shown at a Shell gas station in Encinitas, California October 10, 2014.



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Ebola Galvanizes Workers Battling To Join Unions, Improve Safety

2 Dead Ebola Victims Resurrect in Liberia

Anthony Reynolds works on what he calls "the SWAT team of airplane cleaners," scrubbing the seats, carpets and toilets of planes parked overnight at the Philadelphia airport. About a year ago, he joined a drive to organize a union, and Ebola, he says, may help his cause.

Kimberly-Clark To Cut Up To 1,300 Jobs

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Personal care products maker Kimberly-Clark Corp said it would cut 1,100 to 1,300 jobs as part of a restructuring to contain costs arising from the spinoff of its healthcare business.

Fed's Fisher: Could See Full Employment, 2-Pct Inflation By 2015

The Federal Reserve Building stands in Washington April 3, 2012.

The U.S. economy could be fully recovered from the effects of the financial crisis and recession as early as next year, a top Federal Reserve official said, flagging the possibility the U.S. central bank will need to raise interest rates sometime soon.

New Job Target For Swedish Central Bank Faces Huge Legal Obstacles

Sweden's central bank office is seen in Stockholm December 9, 2011.

The new Swedish government's hopes of introducing an employment goal for the central bank are likely to be stillborn as any relevant adjustments would require EU treaty changes, legal experts say.

Data Show U.S. Economy's Pulse Is Still Strong

A man grabs his briefcase as he waits in line to speak with employers at the UJA-Federation Connect to Care job fair in New York, March 21, 2012.

The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits fell to a 14-year low last week and industrial output rose sharply in September, positive signals that could help ease fears over the economic outlook.

APEC Leaders Retreat

APEC Nations Vow To Pursue "Flexible" Fiscal Policies

Countries in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation bloc will implement flexible fiscal policies to support the global economy and job creation, the finance ministers of the member nations said in a joint statement on Wednesday.

A real estate sign advertising a home for sale is pictured in Vienna, Virginia, outside of Washington, October 20, 2014.

U.S. Existing Home Sales Hit One-Year High, Prices Up

U.S. home resales jumped to their highest level in a year in September, the latest indication that the housing market recovery is gradually getting back on track.

SAP Hamburg office

Faster 'Cloud' Orders For SAP Hurt 2014 Profit Outlook

German software maker SAP (SAPG.DE) cut its 2014 operating profit forecast on Monday as customers shifted faster than expected to products delivered over the Internet, delaying when those orders can be booked as sales.

CEO of Swedish SEB Bank Annika Falkengren smiles in Stockholm, in this file portrait picture taken July 14, 2014.

What Opportunity? Nordic Equality Fails To Infiltrate Corporate Club

When it comes to equality at home and in the political arena, Nordic countries have long outperformed the rest of the world. But a look at their blue-chip companies reveals a gaping hole in the picture.

French nuclear reactor maker Areva Chief Executive Officer Luc Oursel attends the World Nuclear Exhibition 2014 (WNE), the trade fair event for the global nuclear energy sector, in Le Bourget, near Paris October 14, 2014.

Areva Chief Oursel To Step Down For Health Reasons

Struggling French nuclear engineering group Areva (AREVA.PA) said on Monday its Chairman and Chief Executive Luc Oursel had decided to step down for health reasons.

The Carnival Magic cruise ship departs on its nine-day inaugural cruise from Dubrovnik, Croatia, in a May 3, 2011 file photo.

Obama Appoints Ebola Czar; Texas Health Worker Isolated On Ship

President Barack Obama appointed an Ebola czar for the United States on Friday, and the government said a Texas health worker who may have had contact with specimens from an Ebola patient was isolated on a cruise ship.

U.S. Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen holds a news conference in Washington September 17, 2014.

Citing U.S. Values, Yellen Says Greatly Concerned By Rise in Economic Inequality

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said on Friday the growth of economic inequality in the United States "greatly" concerned her.

A Shopper admires a sweater

U.S. Consumer Sentiment At Highest Since July 2007

U.S. consumer sentiment rose in October to the highest in more than seven years, boosted by views on personal finances and the national economy, a survey released on Friday showed.

The magnetic coils inside the compact fusion experiment pictured in an undated photo provided by Lockheed Martin.

Lockheed Says Makes Breakthrough On Fusion Energy Project

Lockheed Martin Corp said on Wednesday it had made a technological breakthrough in developing a power source based on nuclear fusion, and the first reactors, small enough to fit on the back of a truck, could be ready for use in a decade.

An eagle tops the U.S. Federal Reserve building's facade in Washington, July 31, 2013.

Fed Can Do More To Help On Jobs, Inflation, Kocherlakota Says

Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota said Thursday that the U.S. central bank can do more to help Americans struggling with unemployment or under-employment.

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