Good has been stealing BlackBerry's clients with a simple pitch: Its platform lets employees access the corporate server on their personal device.
A federal judge ordered HP and its CEO to defend a class action suit that claims they knew statements about Autonomy were misleading.
Goldman Sachs is most bullish on Japanese and European equities in 2014, maintaining an overweight rating on both markets.
Twitter and Facebook are trying to use their unique features to draw in companies such as REI and Best Buy.
The International Monetary Fund is pushing to impose up front losses on bondholders the next time a country in the euro area requests a bailout. The New York Times reports.
In his first major written work, Pope Francis referred to capitalism as "a new tyranny," urging global leaders to fight poverty and inequality.
Thanksgiving may not be celebrated abroad, but more and more global consumers are coming to know what the day after means: 50-percent off cashmere sweaters.
Venezuela’s economy and regional influence, along with its energy largesse, are drying up in the post-Hugo Chavez era.
The Street often calls hedge funds smart money. But Jim Cramer doesn’t think the moniker is all that well deserved.
Online gambling alone won't save Atlantic City casinos, and the revenues it generates could fall far short of projections, according to Fitch.
Art Cashin says investors ignore these risks at their own peril.
Inc. has named Aaron Levie of cloud-computing firm Box as its entrepreneur of the year. See how his company, founded in a dorm room, is changing IT.
U.S. borrowers are increasingly missing payments on home equity lines of credit they took out during the housing bubble.
If investors in housing see lower-than-expected returns, they will dump the properties, Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller says.
California enrolls residents at a faster clip than other states and the federal government in health exchanges.
The use of eminent domain to halt foreclosures is still only a threat, and rather than helping the housing market, it may cause damage.
"It becomes a dangerous game for the administration," Rep. Peter Roskam told Larry Kudlow.
Winter weather conditions won't help end drought-stricken areas of the country, government forecasters say.
Even with the sharp gains in stock prices this year, 70 percent of the Dow components still offer dividend yields greater than 2 percent.
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