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This is a "Goldilocks economy" for commercial real estate — not too cold, not too hot, but just right, says Colliers economist Andrew J. Nelson.
The next time you get a speeding ticket, be grateful you don't live in Finland. Here's why.
Remember when texting first revolutionized communication? GIF keyboards and emojis are the new game changers.
Privacy experts warn that with so many microphones and cameras in homes, outsiders could have more insight into your life than you know.
Ford's new GT supercar will cost about $400,000 when it is released in 2016, according to a new report.
The average retirement age, which rose for years, seems to be stabilizing, a study finds. That leaves many short on savings.
Actor Harrison Ford was "battered but OK" Thursday after his vintage World War II training plane crash landed on a California golf course.
FAA data show that runway "incursions" are up in 2015 compared to 2014, and on pace to reach over 1,300 this year.
Engineering schools top the list of best colleges for return on investment.
Samsung’s smartphones might be losing market share, but the South Korean tech giant is em-barking into a new area — hi-tech, luxury dog kennels.
CNBC lifts the veil on the McDonald's test kitchen to learn how McDonald's items go from idea to menu boards.
Fortune has revealed its list of the top companies to work for in America and Google is number one, again. Today Money reports.
The pain of all that overstretching during the last housing boom isn't over yet.
Canada's central bank urges citizens to cease defacing $5 notes as tribute to the late actor Leonard Nimoy. USA Today reports.
Sales of existing homes in Boston were down in January, but those buyers made offers before the big snow hit.
Talk of cannabis ice cream lit up social media. Here's what Ben & Jerry's had to say...
According to the Knight Frank Wealth Report, classic cars were the top performing collectible investment in 2014, posting gains of 16 percent.
New filings in the divorce of Ken Griffin show the hedge-fund manager makes $68.5 million per month—after taxes.
The British public is turning its nose up at a job that pays up to £40,000 a year that involves spending all day with fluffy baby animals.
Constant vigilance is the method the Florida Keys has used to ward off mosquito-borne illnesses, but new methods may be on the horizon.