Consensus is growing that the U.S. electricity grid is vulnerable to both hacking and physical attacks, but protecting it remains a work in progress.
The Great Recession could have done permanent damage, a top Federal Reserve official said, taking an indirect shot at more cyclical approaches.
If you're still wary about the Fed, gold might be your place to hide for 2014.
Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin eased a sweeping ban on protests in Sochi, but demonstrations will require advance approval.
Crude oil prices dropped as traders anticipated the return of Libyan oil and U.S. inventory data hinted at weak demand.
John Legere said the rival's recent attempt to poach his customers won't fool anyone, Re/code reported Friday.
JBL is looking to keep the party going anywhere and anytime with its new portable Bluetooth stereo speaker that comes with built-in LED lights.
Some customers notice when they get less yogurt for the same price.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was flown from the Galápagos by an Ecuadorean navy helicopter after a kidney stone attack.
BlackBerry is filing suit against Typo Products to block the company from selling a keyboard identical to the smartphone maker's.
Construction projects are underway to protect America's coastal cities and infrastructure after Hurricane Sandy's wake-up call.
Boeing's machinists on Friday narrowly approved a crucial labor contract that secured thousands of jobs but will cost workers their pensions.
Financial scams aimed at defrauding seniors are becoming more common. Here's what the more common ones look like, and how to protect your family.
Wearables may finally make it big at the Consumer Electronics Show next week. Check out other trends.
In late February, around 480 miles off the coast of Florida, the Cayman Islands will get ready to cater for a new kind of visitor.
The Pentagon waived laws banning Chinese-built components on US weapons to keep the F-35 fighter program on track in 2012 and 2013, a report said.
New York City's real estate market set records in the fourth quarter, but it is a tale of two real estate markets.
It's a bit early to spot investing trends in 2014, but two "duh" trends are already playing out.
Shareholder activists. Minimum-wage agitators. Wall Street bankers. Washington regulators. They're all coming after corporate America.
The pope had a good message on the poor but his attack on capitalism was hard to digest. You know who we need now? A Medieval Jewish rabbi.