Decisions made over the next few weeks will determine just how noisy the nation's capital will be when everyone is back in town in September.
House flipping is on the up as investors gain more confidence in the US housing market and private money lenders are the ones providing the cash.
General Motors Co. has begun cutting its presence in South Korea after mounting labor costs and militant unionism triggered a rethink of its reliance on the country.
Just when consumers got beyond the "fiscal cliff," they may now have to contend with the "blend wall."
You see it all the time: Booming times for Wall Street banks and investors, while life for ordinary Americans remains, well, ordinary.
The ITC ruled that Samsung infringed on portions of two Apple patents on digital mobile devices.
Obama announced plans to limit sweeping U.S. government surveillance programs that have come under criticism since leaks by a former spy agency contractor.
Most college students today are paying for it themselves. There is one thing, however, that mom and dad are still paying for.
The president's sharp comments at Friday's press conference previewed what is likely to be a tough period when Congress comes back in September.
The delay can be attributed to most potential homebuyers lock in mortgage rates early, and sale closings can take up to two months to be finalized.
Marc Faber is not exactly known for making rosy prognostications. But there's one sector he'd actually recommend buying right now.
Google Glass looks will excite gadget lovers and information junkies while annoying plenty of others who may wish for a simpler time.
Automakers insist they're seeing signs of light at the end of the Gen Y tunnel.
Making it on Wall Street isn't easy. Neither is breaking into the New York restaurant industry. That didn't stop Jon Snyder from trying both.
Favorable global sentiment toward the United States has returned to 2002 levels, matching generally warm, pro-American attitudes measured just prior to the Iraq War.
US wholesale inventories unexpectedly fell for a second straight month in June, which could prompt economists to mark down their second-quarter growth estimates.
Although markets are in the summer doldrums of low volumes and low volatility, Art Cashin said, pointing to an number of indicators that are making traders nervous.
As part of Yahoo's acquisition of Tumblr, the blogging service's founder, David Karp, will receive a $81 million payment if he stays will the company for the next four years.
Internet TV startup Aereo will soon be available in Dallas, one of the cities affected by the Time Warner Cable-CBS blackout.
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