With the new year comes a slew of new deals, as retailers try to capture late-in-the-season sales.
Does Gordon Gekko think 2015 will be a good year for greed? Some of the greatest Wall Street movie villains of all time offer up their predictions.
Click through to see some of retail's biggest gaffes over the years.
Peek into the future of bank branches and you won't see many bankers.
The young man who is being sued by United Airlines for founding a cheap flights website, said he hasn't done anything wrong.
New Year's Eve is one of the biggest nights of the year for champagne sales. New Year's Day is one of the biggest days of the year for hangover cures.
The French Laundry, a noted California restaurant, lost 76 bottles of wineworth about $300,000 in a Christmas break-in.
An increase in stock valuations, Fed policy and a continuing U.S. economic expansion will be factors in 2015, experts say.
Tesla is developing a charger that automatically connects to electric cars "like a solid metal snake," chief executive Elon Musk tweeted.
The US Army is testing a giant radar-bearing balloon that will monitor the east coast for missile and drone attacks headed for US soil.
The energy sector is worth a look even for investors wary of a short-term rebound trade—and ETFs may be the way to tiptoe back in.
After a gravity-defying 2014, shares of utility stocks could be poised for a bruising in the new year.
Apple has been granted a patent for a pen-like device that would allow users to write on a surface and see their notes on a digital device.
NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari shares his favorite chart for 2014 and where he sees that indicator in 2015.
If the word "college" evokes leafy walkways and eager 18-year-olds, think again. Today's students are older, part time and, often, not graduating.
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New Year's Eve will be a chilly one for much of the country, even in places that typically pop champagne on the big night in balmy temperatures.
Dennis Gartman has his eye on one commodity that met a particularly cruel fate in 2014: Gold
With his personal fortune having fallen by half amid a rout in oil prices, the CEO of Continental Resources changed his mind about his divorce settlement.
"One great positive is greater buying power," says Center for American Progress fellow Christian Weller.