"There is strong momentum coming into the year," said the CEO of Whirlpool in an exclusive interview.
The end of the Bush era tax cut on dividends pushed companies to send shareholders more cash before the New Year.
Atlanta's airport scored top marks for perks, according to a new survey. Orlando is best for kids and avoid Chicago if making a connection.
The Department of Justice plans to sue to block Anheuser-InBev's proposed purchase of the rest of the Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo, a move that jeopardizes Constellation Brands' plans to fully acquire Crown Imports.
Walmart has started to limit sales of ammunition to three boxes per customer per day due to limited supplies, a spokeswoman said.
Peter Berg of "Friday Night Lights" fame on what it's like to direct a Super Bowl ad. And ... ACTION!
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose sharply last week but remained at a level consistent with moderate hiring, while income surged much higher than expected and spending inched higher as well.
The pace of business activity in the U.S. Midwest picked up from a more than three-year low the month before as new orders jumped, a report showed on Thursday.
Impressive quarterly earnings from Facebook did little to keep analysts at bay or placate investors, with the stock sinking in pre-market action on Thursday.
MasterCard, the world's second-largest credit card network, reported a higher fourth-quarter profit as more people choose card payments over cash.
United Parcel Service reported fourth-quarter earnings below analysts' estimates and set a weaker-than-expected profit forecast for 2013.
Dow Chemical reported a quarterly net loss on Thursday due to large restructuring charges and falling sales of specialty plastics and chlorine.
Disastrous cyber-war attacks that could be life threatening are not far off if the government and businesses do not take action soon.
Even after Canada-based Blackberry launched it's anticipated line-up of revamped smartphones and their surprise name change, investors were unimpressed as its stock slumped 12 percent.
For the last four months, Chinese hackers have persistently attacked The New York Times, infiltrating its computer systems and getting passwords for its reporters and other employees. The New York Times reports.
In 2012, more people used Facebook on their mobile devices than on the desktop, a challenging transition that CEO Mark Zuckerberg navigated through successfully.
The social media giant reported earnings and revenue that beat expectations but its operating margin fell sharply. The stock bobbed between positive and negative after-hours.
Americans now owe an average of $27,253 in student loans as the delinquency rate has increased by more than 47 percent since 2005, according to a new report.
The average secondary market Super Bowl XLVII ticket price is $2,800. Two days ago, it was $2960, and yesterday it was $2,795. The only consistent thing about the ticket price is its volatility.
Banking analyst Dick Bove may have changed firms but he hasn't altered his rosy view of the banking industry.