Microsoft's pride may be costing it billions of dollars. The tech giant may be missing out on about $2.5 billion in revenue by not offering its Office Suite on Apple's iPad.
American millionaires say they are better off than they were at their 2007 peak.
New data show uneven benefits from the economic recovery of 2010-11, with a big rise for the highest earners and little change for others. The New York Times reports.
M&A activity could be up as much as 50 percent this year, and analysts point to energy, tech, consumer goods and chemicals as the sectors to watch.
The first lawsuit over the Carnival cruise ship disaster was filed the day after all passengers landed safely on shore.
New mortgage rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will make borrowing tougher for the self-employed and home buyers seeking larger loans.
Facebook didn't pay any income taxes in 2012. Here's how.
Facebook said it was the target of a series of attacks from an unidentified hacker group but no user data were compromised.
Facebook is expanding its Promoted Post feature to allow users to let them pay to promote their friends' posts on the social platform.
The United States Supreme Court will decide that in a case involving a 75-year-old farmer from Indiana named Vernon Bowman. Monsanto sued Bowman in 2007, claiming the farmer has for years used seeds reaped from a first crop of Monsanto Roundup Ready soybean seeds to grow another crop.
States that defaulted to the federally-built health exchange late last year have until the end of the day Friday to declare whether they will opt to run part of the online marketplaces that will serve to enroll people under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
This city, long known as a Rust Belt community, has transformed into a hub for advanced manufacturing and technology.
Investors who fled in fear over potentially massive tax increases associated with the "fiscal cliff" have barely broken a sweat over corresponding spending cuts.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn explained taking the opposite side of Bill Ackman's short bet on Herbalife.
Regulators accused "unknown traders" of illegally trading on inside information that Heinz would be acquired in a $23.3 billion deal.
Investors in SAC Capital redeemed $1.68 billion Thursday, according to people familiar with the matter, a nod to a raft of legal issues that have embattled the hedge fund in recent months.
Candy king Bruce Weiner is selling off his collection of more than 200 "microcars" for an expected haul of more than $6 million.
Is Carl Icahn's massive bullish position in Herbalife disclosed Thursday just a personal vendetta against Bill Ackman?
Federal Reserve's Sandra Pianalto says that U.S. economy could minimize risk by aiming for smaller sized balance sheet.
Perhaps to investors, the shift in Under Armour describes the next phase in the company's development: From disruptive growth company to global retail machine ready to take on Nike