Sharpen your pencils: Congressional wrangling and the Affordable Care Act are adding new wrinkles to tax planning.
The U.S. Senate on Saturday passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill that lifts the threat of a government shutdown as Congress attempts to wrap up a two-year legislative session.
Russia is among the worst hit by oil's decline, but clean living may keep government finances on an even keel. Its corporate debt may be another matter.
TV critic and assistant managing editor at the San Francisco Chronicle David Wiegand discusses Netflix's bid to cover another base of programming with its new series "Marco Polo."
PetSmart agreed to sell itself to a private equity consortium for $8.7 billion, in the largest leveraged buyout of the year.
Taylor Swift may be known for her "long list of ex-lovers", but now she's made a name for herself as a multi-million dollar powerhouse.
Innovation in a new way to pay, called tokenization, may help counter the damage from retail database breaches.
DDR CEO Dan Hurwitz said too much blame gets put on what the store looks like, when often it's what's inside that's the problem.
Could new programs aimed at boosting first-time homebuyers lead to another crisis? Economist Robert Shiller sees risk of that scenario.
The head of OPEC said on Sunday the group had no target price for oil, and urged Gulf states to continue investing in exploration and production.
Lynn Tilton has declared a mission: Keep people working in America by investing in, and restructuring, companies left for dead.
Australian police locked down the center of Sydney after an armed man took hostages, igniting fears of a jihadist attack.
Enterprise Products Partners is shelving a pipeline that would have transported crude from North Dakota to Oklahoma, the company said Friday.
Why do stock markets tend to fall after long school breaks? Because investors need to catch up on all the bad news they missed while on vacation.
Shinzo Abe won his snap election on Sunday and his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and coalition partner maintained a supermajority, according to media exit polls
China's economic growth could slow to 7.1 percent in 2015 from an expected 7.4 percent this year, held back by a sagging property sector, the central bank said in research report.
About 190 nations agreed on Sunday the building blocks of a deal to combat climate change in 2015 amid warnings that far tougher action would be needed to cut rising world greenhouse gas emissions.
Sales for whiskey continue to rise, as do the number of craft distilleries popping up across the country.
Sony has reportedly shutting down production on several films, citing an inability to process payments, according to a report.
Saturday is the last numerically sequential date in the calendar for nearly two decades, sending wedding demand soaring.