After a court battle, the peer-to-peer home rental company has agreed to comply with a subpoena but, at least initially, in an anonymous way.
After a batch of new earnings reports, the overall trend remains the same: disappointing.
A new luxury hotel has opened in the California desert with 244 guest rooms and suites.
Europe's AC Hotels are coming to the United States in hopes of luring the millennial business traveler.
It's very risky to hold leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the medium- and long-term.
Billionaire Tom Steyer has been picking a lot of political fights over climate change recently.
Correction is the call du jour in the stock market these days, and it's getting more and more converts.
A new comic book says it "takes a look at the man behind the headlines, searching for what might have motivated him."
Snapchat may be "old," but it's quick, easy, and users like the fact that whatever you post disappears.
While everyone is waiting for Alibaba to announce pricing terms, rival JD.com is set to go public this week.
How much longer can the S&P 500 can sustain its uptrend? If charts are anything to go by, the underlying trend is here to stay.
Stocks advance as Putin orders troops pull back from Ukraine and lack of any negative headlines.
Former Fed chair Ben Bernanke made it clear to wealthy investors that super-low rates were going to be the norm.
Employees at New York City's bike share program are considering whether to join TWU Local 100.
The recession finally appears to be in the rear-view mirror for American travelers, many of whom will even indulge in upgrades, according to new industry reports.
India's new pro-growth leader is eliciting swoons from the investor class. How do investors play Bombay's market?
Despite some financial and legal challenges, bike-sharing programs continue to roll out in cities throughout North America.
The Carnival-owned Queen Mary 2 docked in New York City for anniversary celebrations.
Buffett's Berkshire also added a stake in Verizon Communications during the first quarter, but it was probably not bought by Buffett himself.
Modest economic activity is not enough to sustain near record highs for the major U.S. stock indexes.