With the White House and the Speaker's Office publicly throwing barbs at each other, Wall Street increasingly believes the federal budget cuts known as the sequester are likely to take effect March 1.
The U.S. government must take a stand in light of new evidence of cyber attacks on American corporations by a Chinese military unit, Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget told CNBC.
Less than a year after opening, Atlantic City's newest casino and resort, Revel, has found itself headed to bankruptcy court.
Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott International, sees gridlock in Washington as a serious threat to his business.
Most of the conditions needed for a retreat are in place: Overbought stocks, a protracted period of low volatility and the presence of multiple downside catalysts.
Apple released a security update after a small number of Macs were infected by malware.
Hain Celestial CEO Irwin Simon sided with Carl Icahn over Bill Ackman in a CNBC interview on Wednesday.
These days, Busch, Slipakoff & Schuh, a law firm in Atlanta, hires only people with a bachelor’s degree — no exceptions. And it is far from alone. The NYT reports.
The recent mergers in the airline industry are a continuation of a longer trend and will help bring stabilization to the airline industry, said Ben Baldanza, CEO of Spirit Airlines
Massive government budget cuts set to go into effect March 1 would be, "deeply destructive" to all aspects of the housing market, US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan told a Senate panel last week. Here's why.
After a morning filled with false starts and confusion, office supply retailers Office Depot and OfficeMax on Wednesday announced a deal approved by the boards of both companies.
Groundbreaking to build new homes fell in January but new permits for construction rose to a 4 1/2-year high, reinforcing expectations the housing market will support economic growth. An inflation indicator, meanwhile, remained tame.
Governor Rick Snyder has 30 days to decide if Detroit needs an emergency manager to oversee its finances after the city's fiscal situation was deemed a financial emergency.
The case, over a farmer who reproduced and saved seeds patented by Monsanto, questions whether natural replication can constitute patent infringement. The NYT reports.
The head of U.S. tire maker Titan launched a vitriolic attack on French productivity after the country’s government suggested he buy a factory in the north of France.
Evidence of cyberstealing linked to the Chinese government is prompting the Obama administration to develop more aggressive responses to the theft of U.S. government data and corporate trade secrets.
Toll Brothers, the largest luxury home builder in the U.S., reported first-quarter results well below analysts' estimates, hurt by lower selling prices and higher costs.
Yahoo is renovating the main entry into its website in an effort to get people to visit more frequently and linger for longer periods of time.
David Einhorn's hedge fund has shown a "likelihood of success" if his legal attack against Apple goes forward, a U.S. judge said, though he made no ruling on fund's request to block a shareholder vote on a proxy proposal.
Payment processor Total System Services said it will buy prepaid debit card provider NetSpend Holdings for about $1.4 billion in cash.