The death toll from the Ebola virus in West Africa keeps growing to record levels. And ironically, that may be why there's no vaccine, said an expert.
U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with the S&P 500 rebounding from its biggest weekly drop since 2012.
Homeownership continues to fall. As the economy improves, more people will buy homes, but younger Americans will wait longer.
Rising rents and the difficulty of securing a mortgage on the coasts have proved a boon to inland cities. The NYT reports.
The U.S. economy is leaking. In the first half of 2014, U.S. trade deficit lost 1.14 percentage points while the growth only saw a 1 percent increase.
President Obama said corporate America has done well under his economic policies, telling the Economist magazine that CEOs should stop complaining.
Declining credit standards among bond issuers may be worrying, but the papers' buyers, especially ETFs, may also pose risks if liquidity dries up.
A modest uptick for wages in the U.S. is not going to jolt the Federal Reserve into raising interest rates sooner than expected, according to Dennis Gartman.
New app Activehours offers you access to your pay as you earn it, and even an advance on your next paycheck. Here's how it works.
The upcoming European banking asset quality review will represent the sector's "last chance" to prove its credibility.
European shares pared gains to close mixed-to-lower on Monday, as investors reacted to earnings and the bailout of Banco Espirito Santo.
The US should help the Iraqi Kurds oppose the Islamic State, which is overrunning Iraq, says former WH adviser David L. Phillips.
Portugal will spend 4.9 billion euros ($6.58 billion) to rescue its largest listed bank, testing the euro zone's resilience to another banking crisis.
India's religious and spirituality market is full of gurus, temples and pilgrimages, and now tech entrepreneurs are set to take a leap of faith.
The Bank of Japan needs to take a page out of Federal Reserve's playbook and unleash fresh stimulus to save the fragile recovery from fizzling out.
A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southwestern China on Sunday, killing at least 367 people and leaving 1,881 injured in a remote area of Yunnan province.
Will Friday's jobs report end up saving the rally?
LendingTree has seen it all. Dot-com boom and bust. A housing bubble that was great until it wasn't. But it's still going—and maybe growing.
Inside the Fed, the charge has become something just short of a badge of honor.
Experts say "chameleon" trucking companies, which re-register with the government to clear prior issues, are more likely to be in severe crashes.