Annual price gains slowed in 19 of the 20 cities. Only Boston saw price increases accelerate.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Chip Wilson is looking into options including selling his stake or making a bid for the company.
Charney, who founded American Apparel in 1998, disclosed ownership of 47.2 million shares. That gives him a 27.2% stake in the company.
BMW, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Nissan and Toyota will all recall cars at the U.S. government's request because their air bag inflators could rupture.
Repsol said in a statement that the discoveries in two blocs could produce 240 million barrels of oil equivalent in recoverable resources.
Former News Corp. executive Les Goodstein and his wife, Jennifer, are buying the business.
The company said it intends to open multiple parks in China over the next decade
Corinthian said it will continue to look for new owners for most of its campuses and hopes to have sales agreements in place within about six months.
The median price of a home sold in May was $213,400, up 5.1% from a year ago.
Takata Corp. recently realized that the earlier recall had not included all of the problem airbags, the automakers said.
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The bigger market right now is in electric scooters and low-powered bikes.
RadioShack has had trouble finding its place in the evolving retail and technology landscape.
The economy appears to be on track again, and investors are rediscovering their appetite for stocks.
Certain drinks, such as tall brewed coffees and Frappuccinos, won't see higher prices in most places, the company said.
Much of the action is international: 85% of the people talking about the World Cup on Facebook are from outside of the United States.
The Fusion boxes are launching in the U.S. only and will be exclusive to Toys R Us and Lego's own stores.
The accelerating pace of wealth accumulation among the affluent coincides with a widening gap between the rich and everyone else in many developed countries.
Starbucks expects that the new program will "for sure" be a much bigger investment than its current tuition reimbursement program, which will be phased out by 2015.
It's unclear what would happen to its students and to the more than 100 colleges it operates in North America, including Everest, Heald and WyoTech, if the company fails.