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Nike Inc.'s stock wasn't the only thing that hit a record high for the sneaker giant in 2013, so was the number of patents it was granted for innovations like power-lacing shoes reminiscent of Marty McFly's from "Back to the Future II."
After the U.S. IPO market partied like it's 1999 in the first quarter, investors are turning down the music.
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The bank reported strength in investment banking but lower revenues for its fixed income unit.
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Negotiators representing the city of Detroit and its retired municipal workers, police and firefighters Tuesday night announced deals that would reduce the workers' pension benefits - but by much less than the city had originally proposed.
The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits will likely posted a slight gain in the latest weekly data, but remain near the slowest pace in almost seven years, according to economists polled by MarketWatch.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen on Wednesday tried to talk up the economy, forecasting that a robust economy with full employment is possible by the end of 2016.
More "volatility that goes nowhere" is likely in store for stocks, says president John Merrill of Tanglewood Wealth Management.
The bank also saw mortgage originations fall 65%, as refinancing fell off. Check out our live blog as MarketWatch's Sital Patel covers the analyst call with Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan and CFO Bruce Thompson.
The dollar gave up its gain against the euro Tuesday after a gauge of builder confidence in the U.S. fell short of forecasts.
The cost to host a barbecue will likely be significantly higher this year than last, writes MarketWatch reporter Catey Hill, in today's Personal Finance pages.
Negotiators representing about 6,500 retired Detroit police and fire-fighters reached a deal with the city's government that would spare them from any reductions in their pension checks, mediators announced today.
MarketWatch technology reporter Ben Pimentel will live blog the earnings call from San Francisco.