Bailed out AIG is considering joining a $25 billion shareholder lawsuit against the government. The New York Time reports.
The steady drumbeat of “you’re just lucky to have a job” that played through the recession is finally starting to fade and employees may be getting ready to say, "I quit!" and bolt for the nearest exit.
Apple has begun testing another new version of the iPhone and the latest iteration of their iOS operating system, according to The Next Web.
After the "fiscal cliff" the big buzz word is "debt ceiling" and new research shows the US could hit that ceiling in just over a month.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved a Senate bill on Tuesday night to avert $600 billion in automatic tax increases and spending cuts known as the "fiscal cliff." Here are the details.
Ten banks will pay $8.5 billion to borrowers for so-called "robo-signing."
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blasted fellow Republican John Boehner and the GOP-controlled House on Wednesday, saying he was disgusted that Congress failed to approve emergency aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
The jobs market saw mostly good news, with a big increase in private sector hiring helping offset an uptick in weekly unemployment claims.
Goldman Sachs strategists have issued a big warning to clients hiding out in bond funds: You're about to lose your shirt.
With 2013 bringing tax increases on the incomes of a small sliver of the richest Americans, the top earners now face a heavier tax burden than at any time since 1979.
In a world defined by volatility, it's the central banks who hold all the cards.
Gasoline prices are up 8 cents in the past two weeks and will likely continue climbing through April. Experts say the 2013 national average will likely top out at about $3.95 a gallon.
Sometimes the biggest paydays come from making a contrarian bet on the most hated sector on the planet.
Bonds may lose altitude in 2013, lagging stocks and other asset classes as a long-term bull market starts to wane.
Doctors who treat Medicare patients are bracing for what could be massive cuts for their practices, if Congress fails to reach a deal on budget cuts by New Year's Day.
The top leaders in both parties on the House and Senate Agriculture committees have agreed to a one-year extension of the 2008 farm bill that expired in October, a move that could head off a possible doubling of milk prices next month.
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U.S. stock index futures indicated a sharply higher open for Wall Street’s first trading day of 2013, after the U.S. House of Representatives finally approved a bill to avert the "fiscal cliff."
While the stock market welcomed the temporary resolution of the fiscal cliff, it does not seem too concerned about the looming debt crisis, at least according to the VIX.
Housing bulls are running again. So why be cautious now?