A N.J. lawmaker called for lawmakers to consider legislation that would allow the probe to continue into Christie's involvement in traffic jams.
The price of choice-grade U.S. beef at wholesale set a new record this week as tight supplies were squeezed by harsh weather.
Deutsche Bank believes 2014 will be a strong year but that when all is said and done, the market may not look much different than it does now.
The shocking drop in December job creation to the worst level in three years raises questions about the direction of Fed policy.
Sometimes Cramer tells a caller that he needs to do homework before he can make a decision on a stock. He's not kidding.
The Obama administration is replacing CGI Federal, its main IT contractor for the glitch-prone HealthCare.gov.
The Fed's bond-buying program has done little for jobs, BlackRock's chief CIO of fixed income says.
A top Federal Reserve official said he is "disinclined" to focus on December's jobs data alone as he considers the bond-purchase taper.
The Chinese company had the dubious honor of shipping the most PCs last year—the worst in the industry's history.
New York state officials plan to hold a public hearing later this month to discuss bitcoin licenses and other digital currency issues.
To prevent a shutdown, Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor announced a stopgap funding bill will pass and help finalize the $1 trillion budget.
Sears' dismal same-store sales announcement simply confirmed what many retail analysts have been saying for months.
Apple does not use patented technology owned by Google unit Motorola Mobility in making its iPhones, an appeals court said on Friday.
Barring new revelations, Wall Street believes the bridge scandal won't derail the governor's possible presidential run in 2106.
To fix a manufacturing jobs skills gap, one group has formed to train people in industrial sewing skills, hire them and promote the trade.
New "back to basics" rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will create a safer mortgage market. Simply put, the goal is no traps.
Facebook announced it will end its Sponsored Stories advertising product on April 9.
Jeff Richman closed his law books to become the historian of Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he concentrates on tourism.
Some Catholic theologians backed by activist Ralph Nader are criticizing billionaire Ken Langone for comments to CNBC about potential church fundraising problems.
Job creation stumbled in December, with the U.S. economy adding 74,000 positions even as the Federal Reserve voted to take the first steps in eliminating its stimulus program.