Here are a few things that could soon change for consumers (based on a quick read) along with excerpts from the rules.
Promotion prospects for women grind to a halt at around age 45, according to new research for the British government – a decade sooner than for men.
A rule lets the wealthy managers of private funds pay about half the tax rate they usually would—and it's unlikely to change soon.
If advanced robots knock out more low-skilled automatable jobs, will more low-skilled Americans fall further behind?
Emerging markets are struggling amid the U.S. dollar's unprecedented rise, but investors remain bullish on one developing nation: Mexico.
As the Fed meeting approaches, traders and strategists expect wild market gyrations to continue in both directions.
After another week of sniping and criticism, experts question whether relations between Greece, the euro zone and its creditors are salvageable.
Americans may hate the annual tax-filing season, but they certainly welcome the refunds that are issued each year.
Jim Cramer just received a phone call that perhaps shocked him more than any other.
The Israeli Prime Minister launched a last-minute media blitz to counter what appears to be a rising tide of support for his main opponent.
Prosecutors have interviewed people close to Bill Ackman in relation to a probe of his bet against Herbalife, according to a report.
Hillary Clinton has consistently put women's issues at the forefront of her agenda. Her election would be an important step toward gender equality.
Intel's poor revenue forecast should put technology investors on notice, history shows.
"Fast Money" traders looked at how to play some of Thursday's headlines from the food and restaurant space.
You can still buy shares in the bankrupt retailer RadioShack, if you really want, but even the company will tell you there really isn't much point.
When the romance is done, weddings are almost sure to be followed up by another, less-intimate commonality: a massive credit card bill.
Free stock trading, zero overhead and the market at your fingertips? Now there's the Robinhood app for all that.
General Motors has recalled 64,000 2011 to 2013 Chevy Volts for software updates that would limit how long the car can idle, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Jim Cramer sits down with the CEO of Under Armour to discuss the future of connectivity in fitness apparel.
"Dramatically" high valuations in stocks and real estate could tank once the Fed tightens, a private equity manager said.