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U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday blocked an energy-efficiency backed by both manufacturers and environmentalists.
Virginia and Washington state's Obamacare prices for 2015 don't look so scary on average, but a few other states could be in for some sticker shock.
In tune with the old market adage “Sell in May and Go away,” here’s a look at four asset classes investors across the market are selling right now.
The survey also found that 78% of Americans carried less than $50 in paper money, and that 49% carry $20 or less each day.
As the makers of Sriracha battle to stay open in California, legislators from Texas are wooing them to move to the Lone Star State—USAT.
FirstEnergy CEO Tony Alexander says there's a war on coal in America, and it could end up costing consumers in the future.
U.S. cosmetics company Elizabeth Arden Inc said it is evaluating strategic alternatives, sending its shares down 16 percent after the bell.
In a twist on "Made in USA," more small to mid-sized U.S. businesses are making and exporting goods as part of their growth strategy.
The recent outperformance of these stocks will not end well, Carter Worth argues.
With the Dow at all-time highs, Wells Capital Management's Jim Paulsen says "you don't want to be out" of the market.
“We have seen some staggering losses in hot stocks,” Cramer noted. Are other stocks at risk of cooling off too?
'Raising the minimum wage will only hurt those it was intended to help,' said the president and CEO of one franchise association.
United is rolling out an in-flight entertainment system that fliers can access on their own personal electronic devices.
The New York Police Department will no longer confiscate unused condoms from suspected sex workers to be used as evidence of prostitution.
Is the largest public state pension in the U.S. cutting its allocation to hedge funds by half?
A string of departures from the Fed's seven-member board has left the central bank on the verge of operating with just three members, NYT reports.
Retirees face the challenge of generating and maintaining the income they need in retirement but a solution called "reverse engineering" can help.
A new study by AAA found that ownership and operating costs are expected to fall about 2.7 percent compared to last year's average.
Tim Geithner's claim that conservative economist Glenn Hubbard said Republicans would raise taxes has huge implications, POLITICO's Ben White says.
This year, the government has run $306 billion into the red. That deficit is 37 percent smaller than it was in the same period of fiscal 2013.