An Illinois auto dealership is having what it calls a White Friday sale this month, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.
Both sales for the day and the holiday season are likely to grow at least 2 percent to 4 percent, according to a survey.
Renewable energy should come of age in 25 years. On the horizon: harnessing solar power from space and nuclear fusion technology.
A nor'easter was expected to develop along the East Coast just as millions of travelers head to their Thanksgiving destinations.
Senior editor at large Jim Pavia discusses using options strategies against market drag with Carson Wealth research director Brett Carson.
Phil Falcone is leaving one holding company to focus on another and his hedge fund.
Inc.'s editor-in-chief explains why Airbnb was just named the magazine's company of the year.
As the U.S. economy settles into tepid growth, investors should buy stocks whose revenues are not dependent on the economic cycle, history shows.
The U.S. economy expanded at 3.9 percent annual pace, beating estimates and shrugging off the sluggishness afflicting economies abroad.
Just when it looks like the U.S. economy is about to blast off, there come a few reminders that it's best to keep expectations grounded.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren misunderstands the Burger King-Tim Hortons inversion deal, Andrew Ross Sorkin says.
A meeting between Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Russia and Mexico did not lead to any agreement to lower crude production, Venezuela said.
While not exciting, the report shows "seasonally adjusted home prices are still growing," economist Robert Shiller says.
How retail breaches have scared shoppers both online and at the counter.
Sony Pictures was targeted in a cyber hack that forced its employees to use fax machines and landline phones, the LA Times reported.
Apple is the first S&P 500 company to reach a $700 billion market cap, but it has a way to go to become the most valuable company of all time.
With Waze behind him, Uri Levine is now harnessing his frustration with Wall Street fees in a new venture called FeeX.
Amtrak plans to move holiday travelers through a snowstorm forecast to hit the East Coast, but the system needs investment badly, said its CEO, Joseph Boardman.
Despite Wall Street's record-setting ways, one market watcher is calling this bull market the most hated. But he added that it should not be.