If the life of an elderly wealthy family member extends into 2013, the tax bills will be substantially higher.
Rich Chinese are buying bicycles that cost more than the average citizen makes in three years, motivated by nostalgia for the days when two wheels were the primary means of transport.
Designer Philippe Starck, who worked with the late Apple chief got a summary legal order to keep the boat from leaving Amsterdam, where it was built.
The actions of the next several days could determine whether the U.S. economy's improvement continues or hits the "fiscal cliff."
Starbucks will use its ubiquitous coffee cups to tell U.S. lawmakers to come up with a deal to avoid going over the "fiscal cliff'' and triggering automatic tax hikes and spending cuts.
Friday could be a tense day for markets, as a resolution to the "fiscal cliff" appears less likely in the final trading days of the year.
Even if BlackBerry 10 succeeds, it still probably won't reverse Research In Motion's profit decline.
Old media gave its stamp of approval to a new digital media model on Thursday. Maker Studios closed a $36 million round of funding, including $25 million from Time Warner.
This week, Daniel Loeb, one of Wall Street's most successful investors, scooped up a $500 million windfall for his clients in a bond buyback deal with the Greek government. The FT reports.
Your credit score has become an increasingly important number for prospective employers, landlords, and now romantic partners.
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Congress waited for President Barack Obama to return from Hawaii and make one final attempt to avoid the "fiscal cliff."
U.S. consumer spending rose in November by the most in three years as incomes climbed, while a gauge of planned U.S. business spending rose much more than expected.
"What could have been a merry Christmas is going to turn to a ho-hum Christmas, and we can thank our, you know, politicians for getting in the middle of it all," said a retail analyst.
In Montana's oil country, some teenagers are choosing the oil fields over universities, forgoing higher education for jobs with salaries that can start at $50,000 a year.
Yes ladies, you can avoid the financial impact of the "fiscal cliff" – but only if you're good-looking.
House Speaker John Boehner called off a vote on Thursday to raise taxes for wealthy Americans, bringing the country on the brink of going over the "fiscal cliff."
The iconic and once fiercely independent New York Stock Exchange is being sold not because of stocks but for the promise of its derivatives business.
The year’s most expensive homes on the market are not necessarily massive; some are spacious New York penthouses without enough square footage to even qualify as a mansion. See them all, starting from $60 million on up.
The quest for yield is sending investors into some unusual places.