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In 2012, hospitals charged more for every one of 98 common ailments that could be compared to the previous year.
Care.com founder believes that connecting families and caregivers in a reliable and easy-to-use way can improve lives—and the economy.
New orders for U.S. factory goods rose for a third straight month in April, pointing to strength in manufacturing and the broader economy.
Activist investor Carl Icahn acquired 6.8 million common shares of Fannie Mae and 5.7 million common shares of Freddie Mac from Fairholme Funds.
Warren Buffett may have a magic touch with stocks, but two stocks have tarnished that touch for the year. USA Today reports.
While most donations stem from a desire to do good, there's no denying that tax deductions are big incentives, say advisors.
Traders are piling into the weak euro trade ahead of the most anticipated ECB meeting of the year. But that may be the wrong bet.
Google has received more than 41,000 requests from Europeans wanting it to remove information about them from its results, the FT reports.
Advisors are starting to specialize in niche markets and look to less-wealthy clients as competition for high-net-worth customers increases.
Federal agents have secretly seized control of two computer networks that hackers used to steal millions of dollars from unsuspecting victims, the NYT reports.
Disney's Maker Studios plans to lay off about 10 percent of the workforce, Variety reports.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says the government can spy on you, but experts say hackers seeking your financial data is still a bigger threat.
Re/code's Walt Mossberg on his first impression of Apple's whole package.
For Beijing, the 1989 demonstrations that clogged Tiananmen Square remain taboo after the government termed them "counter-revolutionary."
Marino and 14 other plaintiffs join more than 4,800 others who allege the NFL misled players about the long-term dangers of concussions.
Moscow is infamous for traffic jams which snake around its highways. Now, it has been named the world's worst city for car congestion.
Banking CEOs received an average pay rise of 10 percent last year as U.S. banks paid their heads more than their European rivals, the FT reports.
AT&T is boosting its full-year revenue forecast citing strong wireless trends.
One of the six climbers presumed dead after a fall on Mount Rainier was a vice president of Intel in Southeast Asia.
Facing the prospect of a guilty plea in the U.S., the giant French bank BNP Paribas has enlisted the support of its own government, including the president. The NYT reports.