Unemployment rate hits 3.9 percent, a rare low as job market becomes more competitive.
Germany won’t extradite Volkswagen AG’s former chief executive Martin Winterkorn after being indicted in the U.S. on conspiracy charges.
New York’s storied Plaza Hotel is set to sell for $600 million.
Apple hits all-time high on news of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway buying 75 million shares.
Google rolls out new policies for U.S. election ads.
Hawaii’s most active volcano erupts.
The Swedish Academy, which decides the Nobel Prize for Literature, said it would not make an award in 2018 in the wake of allegations of sexual harassment and information leaks.
Ticketmaster will use facial recognition technology on a trial basis at live venues.
Photo: Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, takes his seat to speak at the Fortune’s Most Powerful Women’s Summit in Washington October 13, 2015. Reuters/Kevin Lamarque/