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Greater confidence among Americans has led to a surge in household debt not seen since the recession began, according to new figures from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Foreigners sold long-dated U.S. securities for a second month in December, selling almost all asset classes except Treasurys, data showed.
BlackBerry shares rose after investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point hedge fund disclosed it had bought 10 million shares in the smart phone maker.
Two powerful Libyan militias warned members of parliament to step down Tuesday or face arrest.
With correlation levels back to where they were before the financial crisis, investors are embracing the stock picker's market.
A large survey of hedge fund investors by Deutsche Bank shows that hedge funds are sucking in record assets while pleasing their clients.
A problem with its passenger computer system delayed United Airlines flights across the country on Tuesday, compounding weather-related woes.
Weight Watchers lost more than a quarter of its value in one session last week. The reason for the whacking? Wearables.
Oppenheimer upgraded its rating on Lululemon from "perform" to "outperform," raising its 12- to 18-month price target to $63.
The National Association of Home Builders' monthly sentiment index had its sharpest drop in history in February.
Fund managers have put more of their assets into cash than at any time since July 2012.
Approving the northern leg of the Keystone pipeline is a "no-brainer," said former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister, in a rebuke of the Obama administration.
Another winter storm hits the East, causing more travel headaches.
A conservative group that helped defeat an organizing campaign will take its anti-union fight to other auto plants in the South, its leaders said.
FEMA has quietly moved the lines on its maps to benefit oceanfront condo buildings and million-dollar homes.
Want more money? Just say "No!" Financial advisor Jerry Lynch offers up some of the best money advice he's ever received.
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For the taxpayer, waits are long and often futile: 39% of those who called the IRS last year simply hung up before their call was answered.
Companies of all sizes are staying in sync by launching career apps to find social media-savvy candidates who fit the company's culture.
Cruise lines are now offering some of their best deals of the year. How to score a luxury cruise for less.