YouTube has struck a deal with indie labels, which paves the way for a long awaited subscription service, reports The Financial Times.
Food giant Unilever is suing Hampton Creek, maker of eggless spread Just Mayo, accusing it of false advertising and fraud, the New York Times reports.
Home values may not exceed their prerecession levels until 2018, according to a Zillow survey of 100 experts.
Even as the broader real estate market softened, luxury home sales surged in the third quarter, according to Redfin.
Financial education programs abound for current and former military service members. How well they work is another story.
Just in time for Veterans Day, efforts are underway to expand financial protections for service members.
The White House has managed to move forward from Veteran Affairs health care scandal, among other events, reports NBC News.
It's great to see companies hiring veterans but we also owe them more than just a job, says Matt Schuyler, chief human resources officer at Hilton.
Republicans are not moving forward with a bill imposing sales tax on online shopping, reports the Financial Times.
A report reveals the U.S. has more wind powering its grid than any other country. That lead may fade due to expiring federal tax credits.
Organizations and even individuals need to stop "looking in the rearview mirror" at the latest black swan event, said author Judith Rodin.
Record-low interest rates "should make us nervous", Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser told CNBC on Tuesday.
If oil prices stay where they are now, Russia's economy could be in serious trouble.
Retailers are looking to get a leg up on the competition by pushing cut-off deadlines for online orders even later in the season.
Marcato Capital Management has released a letter and presentation urging Intercontinental Hotels to merge with a competitor.
The recent slide in oil prices won't deter drivers from what they want most from their vehicles: fuel economy, Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields said.
Alibaba stock pops 4 percent as China's Singles' Day promised a blockbuster boost to its bottom line.
Cheaper energy prices more of a positive than a negative, analysts say. Stocks saw another high Monday even with slumping oil and gas prices.
Facebook isn't cool, says teen William Davenport, but he and his friends still use it anyway. So don't worry about the cool factor!
Alibaba's sales for China's Singles' Day passed the $8 billion mark, topping last year's record of around $5.9 billion.