Your risk of an audit may be lower this year, but it still makes sense to prepare for questions from the IRS.
A new study found that there are several paths people can take to become millionaires, USA Today reports.
Markets are fully valued, and investors are getting mixed signals, resulting in a pause after the Nasdaq hit 5,000, strategists tell CNBC.
Employers cut fewer jobs in February than in January, but total layoffs remained high compared to a year ago as the energy sector slashed positions.
Much of the South was forecast to see temperatures drop 30 to 45 degrees in a 24-hour period. NBCNews reports.
German carmaker BMW said its talks with technology giant Apple did not involve developing or building a car, denying a German magazine report.
Drugmaker AbbVie said it will buy Pharmacyclics for about $21 billion to boost its oncology drugs pipeline.
Costco reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by a tax benefit related to its special cash dividend last month.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is calling it like he sees it.
Like a financial Pied Piper, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi could call the tune for markets Thursday.
A necktie worn by disgraced former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford when he confessed to smoking crack has fetched $13,000 on eBay.
Despite near constant chatter about self-driving vehicles revolutionizing how the world gets around, a new report says the transformation will take longer than many have predicted.
The recommendation that people should put more money aside in investments is bleeding savers dry. The NYT reports.
Brazil hiked interest rates to a six-year high on Wednesday, but economists say the move only tips the country closer to recession.
There's a record amount of bets against oil right now, increasing the chances that the "short crude" trade has run its course.
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When it comes to paying for games on smartphones and tablets, the demographic breakdown between men and women is far from even.
CNBC.com takes a look at 10 of the United States' biggest - and greenest - institutions.
Microsoft is betting big on Windows 10, but it's not just smartphones and PCs it wants to conquer.
China has set its gross domestic product (GDP) growth target at "around 7 percent" for 2015 - the lowest in 11 years - focusing on quality over quantity as it overhauls its growth model.