LeBron James announced he will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
A new study calls for an end to the $2.13 an hour federal tipped minimum wage.
It feels like the malaise of the Jimmy Carter presidency and the nation needs Ronald Reagan-type reform, says turnaround expert Steve Miller.
The SEC halted CYNK stock on concerns about the "accuracy and adequacy of information" and "potentially manipulative transactions."
Recent bets on big oil and gas stocks show Warren Buffett and his stock-picking lieutenants are open to a wider range of energy investments.
Visiting a doctor online, which is also known as telemedicine, is gaining support among insurers and employers, and for good reason.
Chinese state media branded Apple's iPhone a threat to national security because of the smartphone's ability to track and time-stamp user locations.
European shares ended the day flat, as traders shrugged off some concerns about the condition of Portugal's banking sector.
Although economist have trimmed their estimates for second-quarter GDP, they don't believe the economy will hit a recession this year or next.
No matter how hard Sam Johnson presses down on the spider, the creature known as Sparratus stays together. It was not always so. The FT reports.
Georgia police are reconsidering a 2013 heroin overdose death of a man connected to the woman charged in the death of a Google executive.
In the face of booming tourism, Croatia is faced with something of a dilemma: how to build on its natural assets without spoiling them.
Asian stocks were mixed on Friday on fears that issues at Portugal's biggest bank could hurt European periphery markets.
In dollars and cents, the biggest winners of the World Cup are media companies—both traditional and social.
The sports world waited with bated breath on Thursday to hear where NBA superstar LeBron James would be taking his talents next.
Months into Colorado's legal marijuana experiment, the state is getting a handle on the market's size. It's pretty big.
Shares in one of Portugal's main banks, Banco Espirito Santo, were suspended from trading after dropping another 17 percent, Dow Jones reported.
Though inflation pressures remain fairly muted for now, Pimco believes it's time for investors to prepare for what's ahead.
A lower unemployment rate doesn't mean all jobs are getting filled. A new survey reports many businesses are having difficulty finding workers.
The tie-dye donning guy from TV who waited almost 20 hours to buy legal pot in Washington was fired from his job for smoking weed.