Some experts said they are worried the new kindergarten test may be too difficult.
TGI Friday's is launching a promotion of 'endless' appetizers for $10 per person. However, sharing could be a problem. USA Today reports.
Stocks fell on Monday, with Wall Street retreating from all-time highs, as investors looked to the start of the earnings season.
The summer of 2014 is starting to look a lot like the summer of 2011, according to one strategist who sees a sharp slump lurking.
The listing of obscure items on eBay is nothing new, but one Italian seller has gone a step further - putting a whole Alpine village up for sale.
A federal appeals court is close to ruling on claims that could cripple much of Obamacare, imperiling subsidies for 5 million insurance enrollees.
The U.S. could soon end its reliance on OPEC oil, T. Boone Pickens tells CNBC. But it could have been sooner, he adds.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Retail stocks have been underperformers in 2014. Now it's time to invest in companies targeting growth niches that are set to rebound.
As the second half of the year gets into swing, investors are becoming wary about certain trades given stellar gains in the first half of the year.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said on Monday he is "very uncomfortable" with current stock market levels.
TAIPEI, July 7- Investors wanting a slice of the crazy demand expected for Apple Inc's next version of the iPhone are rushing for what they believe is more profitable than investing in the U.S. smartphone maker: Taiwanese Apple component suppliers.
Encouraged by China's economic growth, U.S. job markets and easy monetary policies, global investors have been changing their posture in Asia-Pacific.
France has hit out against the dollar dominance in global transactions after BNP Paribas was fined $9 billion for helping countries avoid sanctions.
Hyundai is showing off a new system that will automatically slow a vehicle down to avoid a ticket.
Was Thursday's jobs report all the market needs to run—or does it give investors a fresh reason to get nervous?
The "Pay As You Earn" plan caps payments at 10 percent of their income, and the balance will be forgiven after 20 years of on-time payments.
Smart home technology is state-of-the-art and undeniably cool. But does it help where it really matters— in consumers' pockets?
While predicting which stocks will be in the index in 25 years is nearly impossible, history might give some clues.
With 1 billion posts, likes, and comments already, the World Cup is already the most talked-about event in Facebook's history.