Tuesday could mark the beginning of the end of the nation's largest-ever municipal bankruptcy, The New York Times reports.
Millennials disproportionately say they are workaholics over older generations, despite managers saying the contrary.
With the S&P 500 Index poised for only modest gains this year, analysts and economists have told CNBC that plenty more shocks could be on the horizon before year-end.
Apple is "actively investigating" the violation of several of its iCloud accounts, in which revealing photos and videos of prominent Hollywood actresses were posted all over the Web, Re/Code reports.
Washington is facing international pressure to ease its ban on crude oil exports, with South Korea and Mexico joining the European Union.
Upcoming econ data will be extremely important, since it could have a direct impact on what the Fed might say about a path to higher interest rates.
NATO leaders will respond to the Ukraine crisis by agreeing this week to create a "spearhead" rapid reaction force that could be sent to a hot spot.
A record number of enforcement actions are being pursued against employers accused of "wage theft," The New York Times reports.
A new study found luxury customers who had been insulted routinely said they'd pay more for a particular item.
Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez said he believes corporate inversions are “unfair and shortsighted.”
One company is putting the bling into university travel by offering a $41,500 deal to students wanting to arrive by private jet.
Could clean, renewable energy from the world's plants provide an innovative solution to our energy needs?
The crisis in Ukraine seems to be slipping closer to all-out war, as Russian President Vladimir Putin called for “statehood” for its disputed region.
General Motors is preparing to launch the world's first mass-produced cars with eye- and head-tracking technology that can tell whether drivers are distracted.
A big risk for global markets is ironically one that could emerge from an improving U.S. economy and further declines in unemployment.
A new report on the hedge funds industry underscores quite how large it is: $2.6 trillion across 11,000 funds.
The official purchasing managers' index (PMI) came in at 51.1 in August, a tad below expectations for a reading of 51.2 and down from a 27-month high of 51.7 in July.
A downturn in China's once red-hot property market poses one of the greatest threats to the economy, the world's second biggest.
Some members of Congress are paying debts on everything from family farms to legal fees. Here's a list of those with the least financial assets.
As relations between Russia and the U.S. turn frosty, Ketchum, a division of Omnicom, finds itself walking an increasingly fine line.