Oil prices nearly unchanged as traders wait for results from US central bank policy meeting
Make it look natural; companies work to make packaged foods appear homespun
Supreme Court: 'Pay-for-delay' deals between drug companies can sometimes be illegal
Outside group backing Obama airing health care reform ads this summer
Netflix to run 300 hours of original TV series from DreamWorks Animation in multi-year deal
Investors try to predict Fed's actions and guess stimulus will continue, pushing stocks higher
Israel selects consortium to build high-speed broadband Internet network
Google settles shareholder lawsuit over stock split, clearing way of new class of shares
Apple says it received between 4,000 and 5,000 gov't requests for data over 6-month period
Google launching Internet-beaming balloons to bring the Web to remote corners of the earth
Facebook, Microsoft says they have new permission to talk about government's user surveillance
A look at Google's launch of Internet-beaming balloons
Survey: Most US homebuilders optimistic about home sales for first time in 7 years
Lowe's offers to buy Orchard Supply Hardware for $205M as part of Chapter 11 process
Elan shareholders OK stock buyback in vote that potentially ends Royalty takeover bid
Investors on Wall Street are playing a guessing game with the Federal Reserve.
Stocks rise on Wall Street ahead of Federal Reserve's policy meeting
A major employer in the Washington area tops the list of "Best Employers for Workers over 50."
Starboard says proposed $4.72B sale of Smithfield Foods undervalues company
HOLDING PATTERN: Trading was light Monday, with investors waiting to see what Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will say Wednesday about how long the central bank might keep in place programs meant to stimulate the economy.