Caterpillar, using a Swiss affiliate, avoided paying $2.4 billion dollars in U.S. taxes, says Senate report.
Mark Zuckerberg opted for a $1 salary, and Sheryl Sandberg's paycheck was considerably leaner than it was in 2012.
Mexico's state monopolies—and Carlos Slim—will have to get used to more competition, says its top central banker.
So far this year, apartment REITS have returned 12.75 percent, making it the most profitable sector in commercial real estate.
Social media service Weibo, sometimes called the Twitter of China, will list on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol WB.
A quick look at residential real estate numbers shows that the D.C. suburb's housing market is heating up.
GM is recalling more than 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S. to fix power steering, the latest in a string of recalls.
Almost half of Americans still believe a savings account is a better way to save for college than a 529 plan, and that's a costly misconception.
Federal agents are investigating whether high-speed trading companies violate laws by using fast-moving market data not available to other traders.
Will earnings growth come in negative for Q1? That’s what analyst estimates predict.
Author Michael Lewis alleges that the stock market is "rigged" by a cabal of high frequency traders, stock exchanges, and Wall Street firms.
Yahoo Inc is in preliminary talks to acquire online video service News Distribution Network for $300 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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A stock-market pullback is coming — and it's almost definitely going to start this week, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Retired Citigroup Chairman Dick Parsons turned his dream into reality as co-owner of Minton's Playhouse in Harlem.
Cash is king in America as companies hoard more cash than ever before, according a new report from Moody's that examined nonfinancial companies.
The decline in U.S. sales of carbonated soft drinks accelerated in 2013, according to a beverage industry newsletter.
Beaten-down Russian market looking attractive? Michael Yoshikami offers a few points to keep in mind before investing.
As residents pick up the pieces from Friday's 5.1 quake in Southern California, most will have to pay for the damage themselves.
There is still room for the Federal Reserve to help the economy through its "extraordinary" monetary policy, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.