Some limits to tablet sales have become apparent since Apple first carved out a new market between phones and laptops. The FT reports.» Read More
U.S. security services have intercepted computer shipments and hacked Microsoft's error reporting system, according to a Der Spiegel report.
Can do-gooder nonprofits learn from money-hungry hedge fund managers? Some have made the switch to find out.
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Cooper Tire & Rubber said on Monday it was terminating a proposed $2.5 billion sale to Apollo Tyres, saying the Indian tyre maker had failed to find financing for the transaction.
Signed contracts to buy existing homes rose slightly in November, breaking a five-month negative streak, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Long-time stock market bull Thomas Lee is looking for another double-digit gain in 2014.
Enrollment in the federal health insurance exchange surged in December, with almost half of the 975,000 signing up in the days before a Dec. 24 deadline. USA Today reports.
To prevent falling behind in capturing business in China, JPMorgan turned to a tactic used by rivals: hiring the children of China's ruling elite.
The White House is coming under pressure from some of its closest allies to name a CEO to run its health insurance marketplace.
Sanofi's Lemtrada multiple sclerosis treatment has failed to win approval from U.S. regulators, dealing a setback to a drug which was at the heart of the French drugmaker's $20 billion takeover of biotech firm Genzyme.
Even with the yen at more than five-year lows, analysts expect a resurgent carry trade will keep Japan's currency on a downtrend well into 2014.
The SEC has asked life insurers to disclose the potential cost of forcibly winding down in-house insurance units known as "captives," The WSJ reports.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
New Year's Day will bring a fresh test for President Barack Obama's healthcare overhaul, as hundreds of thousands of Americans will begin to use the program's new medical coverage for the first time.
The opening bell could ring a little more optimistically in 2014, but the stock market is unlikely to continue its sizzling pace.
14 people were killed when a bomb blast ripped through a trolleybus on Monday in the second attack in the Russian city of Volgograd in two days.
Demand for oil might grow with the economy, but experts say that supply will still rule.
Despite escalating military tensions over territorial claims in the South China Sea, China and Japan are witnessing booming bilateral trade.
With meteorologists predicting big storms in the future, some homeowners are finding a simple way to minimize vulnerability: building a dome home.
Post-holiday sales are nothing compared to deals consumers might see in 2014. Caribbean cruises and cars are among the purchases getting cheaper.