A "hard landing" for China, the world's second-largest economy would have global repercussions. What are the risks and who's most vulnerable?
ETF companies have been associated with flash crashes, Wall Street bankruptcies and reckless market bets. What could possibly go wrong next?
A New York state judge approved most of Bank of America Corp's $8.5 billion settlement with investors in mortgage securities.
Chipotle's popularity isn't showing any signs of fading, and the food chain is eyeing whether it can raise prices later this year.
As the economy shrugged off the effects of the government shutdown, economists said President Obama faced an uphill battle to burnish his legacy. The NYT reports.
Mediators in the Detroit bankruptcy case say the city and its retirees have reached an agreement on health insurance benefits.
Toyota has told U.S. safety officials that seat material in several vehicles has failed to meet fire retardation standards and could face recall.
At least two ride-sharing services have suspended some passenger pickups at LAX and SFO amid ticketing complaints.
In order to reap the benefits of more customized promotions, shoppers have to part ways with some personal information.
The markets will continue to grapple with emerging market fallout, due to lower liquidity stemming from the Federal Reserve's tapering policy.
Goldman Sachs stands accused of deliberately exploiting the sovereign wealth fund of Libya in order to make "substantial" profits, according to a legal filing.
Super Bowl ticket prices continue to drop despite better weather forecasts for kickoff, according to online ticket tracker TiqIQ.
From sophisticated fake game tickets to bogus jerseys, counterfeiters want a piece of the Super Bowl. Here's how to spot knockoff merchandise.
Some Super Bowl XLVIII advertisers are passing on Fox TV ads due to inflated price tags; others are using them in social media campaigns to boost ROI.
Hammer-wielding masked robbers pull a brazen robbery at Fifth Avenue store, WNBC reports.
Global stocks fell on Friday after a drop in euro zone inflation showed the recovery is still weak there and concern persisted over the outlook for emerging economies.
Can Manchester United shake off a curse baseball teams know all too well: being publicly traded does not equal success on the pitch.
U.S. consumer sentiment dipped slightly in January, with recent economic improvement not translating to expectations for future gains, a survey released on Friday showed.
U.S. consumer spending rose more than expected in December, but weak income growth suggested the economy could cool off a bit.