California is bracing for year four of a major drought and many farmers already are reducing acreage.
From chores you're dreading to repairs around the house, no task is too small for one start-up's workforce. TaskRabbit enables you to outsource your to-do list, but is the money spent worth the time you'll save? Founder and CEO Leah Busque explains how it works and why Amazon is getting in on the action.
Greece will repay a loan tranche to the IMF on time on April 9, its deputy finance minister said on Friday, seeking to quell fears of default after a flurry of contradictory statements on the issue in recent days.
Tricks to maximize currency advantages for your European vacation.
This week's framework nuclear deal with Iran was also good for boosting relations between China and the United States, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said.
March's shockingly weak job growth sent stock futures plunging and bond yields lower, but Wall Street will act on forthcoming spring data.
The sputtering U.S. economy created just 126,000 jobs in March as bad weather, weak consumer spending and flailing corporate profits resulted in the worst report since 2013.
Two-thirds of Americans have experienced a financial disruption, and half now expect to delay or forgo retirement, a new study found.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday rejected a request by federal prosecutors that would have allowed pursuance of big insider trading cases.
Winning big on 'The Price is Right' takes a little bit of skill and a whole lot of luck, but never before has a game-show contestant had it this easy.
The jobs report is the latest in a string of data that suggest the Fed shouldn't get trigger happy on rates, this economist says.
Global investors who were lining up at the gates are getting ready to move in.
A lease has been signed in Brooklyn Heights for office space expected to be the headquarters of Clinton's 2016 White House bid, MSNBC reports.
Tesla Motors delivered 10,030 vehicles during the first quarter of 2015.
A five-alarm fire nearly leveled a structure run by GE in Louisville, Kentucky.
Investors should expect more volatility, the chief economic advisor for Allianz said. Here's how he'd play it and when he expects the Fed to act.
Netflix pays these people to watch TV and movies.
KIND CEO Daniel Lubetzky was ready to unveil a new product, when a top lieutenant stole the spotlight. It was the right move, Lubetzky says.
An intestinal illness called Shigellosis and carried by international travelers is spreading across the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A new retirement report offers guidelines for how much to set aside each year to retire well.