Google's EU 'enforcer' on antitrust, Twitter, Daily Show
The EU regulator spoke with USA TODAY after filing formal antitrust charges against Google.
Comcast, TWC have much to lose if merger is halted
Bloomberg News reported Friday that Justice lawyers looking into the proposed $45.2 billion merger are leaning against it.
Dow drops 280, barely in black for '15
Europe markets saw steep declines on Greece jitters, with Germany's DAX tumbling 2.6% -- 310 points.
Eurozone nations not crying for Greece
French finance minister says Greece must meet debt repayment obligations.
Trade deal squeezes Hillary Clinton on both sides
Which side is Clinton on? Obama and GOP favor sweeping trade pact opposed by many Dems, unions.
Banks could face tough FX penalties
Top Justice official hints at no leniency for second-time offenders.
Ford confirms $2.5B Mexico investment
Ford's $2.5B is latest Mexico boost, atop 8 auto assembly plants announced since 2011
Apple's $1 trillion dream slips away
Remember all the talk about Apple racing to $1T? The party will have to wait.
AmEx shares fall on mixed earnings
Friday sell-off weighs on financial markets
Blame these Dow stocks for sell-off
The Dow is having a bad day. There's definitely a group of stocks to blame.
Posturing over Greece is dangerous
It's hard to tell who's bluffing and how much in the standoff over Greece's bailout.
3 things spooking Wall Street traders
If you don't like volatility, today's not your day: The Dow's down big. Why all the angst?
GE posts first quarter loss of $13.6 billion
GE posts a first quarter $13.6 billions loss. Results impacted by charges related to sale of GE Capital.
An 'R2-D2' Dreamliner is coming to this galaxy
Japan's All Nippon Airways launches a 5-year 'Star Wars Project.'
Stanford's Taylor argues for higher rates
Architect of Taylor Rule says rates should be based on his or a similar formula
Verizon: New ways to customize FiOS
Verizon introduces new ways to customize FiOS TV by letting customers choose from seven packs.
Ingenious indoor grill makes perfect steaks every time
Cinder is the Ferrari of George Foreman grills.
MSNBC host: We're paying off $70K IRS debt
Melissa Harris-Perry said crises caused her and her husband to fall behind in payments.
Peru readies for next IMF/World Bank meetings
The next round of IMF/World Bank meetings take place in October in Lima, Peru. Peru's Minister of Finance Alonso Segura talks with USA TODAY about why his country is well positioned to play host.
Global cultures showcased at IMF/World Bank meetings
The IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings aren't just about discussing economic policy. See the cultures on display at the gathering in Washington.
Darrell Delamaide breaks down the IMF\World Bank meetings
USA TODAY Darrell Delamaide explains what is happening at the IMF\World Bank Spring Meetings being held in Washington.
Earnings, inflation and confidence, oh my
GE beats. Inflation inches higher. Still to come: first read on April consumer confidence.
Three investment lessons from the trees
Lumber prices are a good measure of the economy.
Ask Matt: How high can Netflix go?
Netflix's earnings silenced critics. The question now is how much higher the stock can go
Bloomberg terminals temporarily go dark
The service appears to have been restored.
Tesla disputes $25/hr wage plan
Tesla Motors remains on track to qualify for $1.3 billion in incentives for its Gigafactory project in northern Nevada, even as the company pushed back on the initial average wage estimate it gave to the state.
Rieder: More trouble for NBC with Syria story
Did NBC execs allow correspondent Richard Engel to go on air with a story they knew was wrong?
Ford F-150 outperforms GM pickups in crash tests
The F-150 earned top marks in the government test, but Chevrolet Colorado isn't as good
Take A Broader View to Better Understand the New-Home Market
The Commerce Department’s monthly figures on the new-home market typically come with a lot of noise. Its latest report Thursday on March home starts was no exception.
Star Wars: The Force is with Disney stock
Forget the new trailer. Disney stock is where you can really see The Force in action
Huge iPad buyer demands Apple refund
What was supposed to be a boon for Apple and its iPad - has turned into a giant bust.
New $2.1 Billion Skyscraper to Rise as Skadden Arps Signs Up to Move West
Brookfield Property Partners is moving ahead with a $2.1 billion tower west of Pennsylvania Station, as law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP signed a 550,000 square foot lease to move from Times Square to the 2.1 million square foot building, Brookfield announced Tuesday.
San Francisco Movers and Shakers Have a New Place for Power Breakfast
The Loews Regency New York on Park Avenue is famous for attracting tycoons and dealmakers looking to schmooze over breakfast.Now its owner, Loews Hotels & Resorts, is looking to roll out the power breakfast nationwide.
For Sale: The Onetime Warehouse That Now Holds Airbnb
The headquarters of Airbnb is for sale, a test that will likely be a display of how the tech sector has been changing the office market.
More Cities Post March Homes-Sales Gains
On Friday, the Atlanta Board of Realtors reported 3,993 finalized home sales in March, up 13.8% from a year earlier. The San Antonio Board of Realtors reported a 17% sales gain in that span, and the Realtor association in Washington, D.C., disclosed a 5.7% gain in sales of single-family homes.
Brisk Spring Season in Jacksonville Tests Home Buyers
Home buyers in Jacksonville, Fla., and others across the U.S. are finding a different market this spring than in past years. Resurgent job growth, low interest rates and robust consumer confidence has expanded the ranks of would-be buyers.
Fannie Mae Uncorks First Sale of Delinquent Loans
Mortgage-finance company Fannie Mae on Wednesday gave details of its first-ever large sale of non-performing mortgages, a step that could make it easier for some of the borrowers behind the loans to stay in their homes.
Commercial Property Lending Reached $400 Billion in 2014: MBA
Loans made for office buildings, hotels, malls and other U.S. commercial property grew to $400 billion in 2014 from $358 billion the prior year, the third-highest mark on record, according to a survey by the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Commercial Property Values Now 14% Above 2007 Peak: Report
Real estate research firm Green Street Advisors reported Tuesday that commercial property values in March were 11% above March 2014 and up 87% since they bottomed out in 2009.
Moving Beyond Student Housing
A private equity firm that’s been a leading investor in student housing is expanding into developing mixed use projects adjacent to campuses.