Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg called a 2012 psychological study conducted on nearly 700,000 users "poorly executed" while speaking in India.
In what may be a good indication of the nascent economic recovery, this year's Fourth of July barbecue is shaping up to be the most expensive ever.
Consumers will pay the highest Fourth of July gasoline prices in six years, but pump prices would be far higher if not for the oil shale boom.
A hurricane watch was issued Wednesday for part of North Carolina as the first named tropical storm of the season gathered strength and threatened July Fourth celebrations along the East Coast.
Nike of the U.S. and Germany's Adidas and Puma, the three largest soccer apparel companies, poured marketing money into the tournament.
The World Cup gave Americans and social media users a new hero.
The search giant has modified its policy for AdWords to disallow any sexually explicit content.
Roletroll launched mid-June and is free for job seekers. It uses algorithms to match potential employees to jobs in finance and technology.
Argentina's fight with creditors shows that the international system for orderly sovereign-debt restructuring may be broken, says Nouriel Roubini.
Falling corporate bond spreads and volatility indicators are signs that investors may not fully appreciate the risk of future losses, she warned.
Investors in June continued to pull money from Pimco's flagship bond fund, despite the high-profile return of one of the firm's top executives.
Actively managed large-cap mutual funds continue to come up short in their long-running battle against the S&P 500 index.
Minimal expectations for achievement in the final months of the 113th Congress are sinking lower, if that is possible, the NYT reports.
While Jamie Dimon's prognosis for recovery is good, JPMorgan's board needs to think about his successor, says Yale professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.
Target's interim CEO said the retailer is now "respectfully requesting" that customers in "open carry" communities not bring firearms into stores.
The Russian military stepped in to bolster the Iraqi government, again outmaneuvering the United States. The Fiscal Times reports.
Cramer says the price action in Tuesday’s market is sending an important message about what to buy in the days ahead.
Americans increasingly are replacing their once-enviable 50-inch TVs with even bigger screens. Think: 65-inches and up.
A fall in demand for military equipment spurred a drop in new orders for U.S. factory goods, data showed on Wednesday.
Private sector job creation surged in June, with companies adding a much larger than expected 281,000 new positions, according to a report from ADP.