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It almost didn’t happen. Between General Motors’ bankruptcy and plenty of internal debate, the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette nearly failed to materialize. But after a two-year delay, the C7 is finally ready to make its tire-spinning debut.
Elio Motors plans to roll out a two-seater car that gets 84 miles per gallon in 2014.
Making the health care system function better could save $2 trillion on health costs over the next decade, Dr. David Blumenthal, Commonwealth Fund president, told CNBC on Friday.
Oracle said it is preparing an update to address a flaw in its widely used Java software after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable the program.
Maybe it's time to stop hating on meetings and dull reports -- these things may actually be making you more productive!
There's plenty of mileage behind the idea of the trillion dollar platinum coin.
Pawnbrokers have found a new type of customer in the wealthy, who are leveraging their luxury items for cash.
If mom-and-pop investors are always the last ones to the stock party, it may be time to call a cab.
It will cost you a pretty penny to send a Facebook message to CEO Mark Zuckerberg's inbox.
The severe drought that swept through much of the U.S. last year is continuing into 2013, threatening to cripple economic growth while forcing consumers to pay higher food prices.
There's no shortage of rumors as to just what Facebook will roll out next week, but there is one thing analysts say they're fairly certain of.
Treasury Secretary nominee Jack Lew's past doesn't bode well for the business community--or, ironically, the White House.
Anyone counting on their tax refund to help pay for a vacation or take care of some leftover holiday bills could be in for a big disappointment this year thanks to the debt ceiling impasse.
The president signals he's not bluffing over the debt ceiling.
Slow Wi-Fi at airports, convention centers and other travel hot-spots may soon be a thing of the past. The FCC plans to free up an unlicensed spectrum of Wi-Fi that will greatly improve speed and capacity.
The Academy Award nominations were announced, and leave it to a small-business group to find an entrepreneur angle in Hollywood awards season.
If a "bang moment" approaches, like a surge in interest rates, it will likely catch markets complacent and desensitized, Michael Farr says.
As federal regulators and banks argue over new lending standards, one important fact about the housing market goes largely overlooked: More than 20 million American homeowners own their homes outright.
Welcome to the private equity game in China: you can buy in anytime you like, but you can never leave. The NYT reports.
One analyst is warning that developing economies may run out of cheap labor and additional growth, which must be driven by increasing total-factor productivity linked to social and political reform.