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An index of architecture billings rose to its highest level in eight years in June. What that tells us about future development.
Apple's stock has sunk in after-hours trading and is on course to write a new page in the history books.
If the EU were a fiscal union like the U.S., then what state would Greece be most like? Which of us take more from the government than they give back?
Both popular commodities are tanking in July. But here's why investors shouldn't expect them to trade in lockstep.
California may be thirsting for more drops of water, but water utilities in the state—and elsewhere—are doing great.
A New York state wage board is expected to recommend lifting the fast-food minimum wage to $15 an hour, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Novavax shares rose at Tuesday's market open after the bio-pharmaceutical firm said its Ebola vaccine showed promising early results.
Data breaches aren't the only identity theft risk. More than 550,000 fraud and identity theft victims reported that someone they knew was to blame.
Millennials are struggling with the dual burdens of record-high student debt and the lingering effects of the Great Recession.
Sports Authority is hoping to end years of what Moody's described as "inconsistent" operating performance.
The cloud has lifted over banks and Dick Bove says it's time to "aggressively" buy some of the big names.
The majority of companies have beat earnings estimates, but some analysts say there's danger lurking in the next round of reports.
The deep-fried Mars Bar has become synonymous with Scottish cuisine but the crispy, sickly sweet treat could be under threat.
Among the S&P 500, seven names stand out for their remarkably low valuations. But that doesn't necessarily make them smart buys.
Greece and China are just "warmup acts" to the main event for U.S. investors, market watcher Jim Paulsen says.
Once considered toxic during the housing crash, interest-only mortgages are making a comeback, but these are not the loans of yesteryear.
As tattoos grow in popularity, many enthusiasts are willing to spend a pretty penny on the art.
Big names like Google and Netflix may be driving the current tech rally, but Tom Lee said Monday he expects the outperformance to broaden.
Most older workers say they want to work past age 65. Whether employers are doing what's needed to keep them is another matter.
Outstanding claims for property seized in Cuba in the early 1960s are estimated to stand at $7 billion to $8 billion.