Google is moving to solar, wind and other alternative energies to power its data centers and banks of servers.
Members of Gen X, born between the early 60s and the early 80s, are smart about retirement savings. Or maybe not.
Online music streaming service Spotify is recruiting a U.S. financial reporting specialist, adding to speculation that it's preparing to go public.
Swiss authorities detained the hijacker of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that was forced to land at Geneva's international airport on Monday.
Italy is expected to face days of political horse trading for key posts as Matteo Renzi begins talks to form a coalition government.
China's central bank is trying to take the punch bowl away from banks, but latest surge in bank lending figures show otherwise.
Students looking for affordable college educations are benefiting from sliding-scale tuition payment plans at many private and public universities.
With revenues and staffing still below pre-recession levels, many local and state governments face a new financial strain from storm-related increases in spending on overtime pay, contractors and supplies. The New York Times reports.
For the few world experts able to set an Olympic medal's market value, the metal in the medal is an afterthought.
With the global economy creating millionaires and billionaires at breakneck speed, the industry handling their money is about to explode.
Marathons represent big business opportunities for hotels. What properties are doing to draw in runners as guests.
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The shoemakers of the future may be 3-D printers.
Despite a war for tech talent in hot start-up regions, new research paints a more muted, long-term picture of entrepreneurship and job creation.
Starting in March, passengers on some Alaska flights will get free Old 55 Pale Ale made by Silver Gulch Brewing & Bottling.
After three days of voting by hourly wage workers at the Volkswagen final assembly plants in Chattanooga, Tennessee, employees at the plant elected not to join the union.
The 28,000 people scammed by financier Allen Stanford feel like the "stepchildren in the Ponzi world," one victim said.
Tax returns, wills, performance reviews and résumés. Digital age or no, those documents have to be completed.