Asian stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday, but the mood was cautious amid developments in Thailand and the Bank of Japan's policy meeting.
A new study says audits are ineffective at uncovering fraud. A look at how fraud is rising at big companies and smaller businesses.
Tacloban mayor Alfred Romualdez has a mission: six months after Typhoon Haiyan, he's still trying to find homes for 14,000 displaced families.
The Justice Department filed a criminal complaint against Swiss bank Credit Suisse on Monday, alleging the bank conspired to help clients evade taxes.
No one questions that GoPro's mini hi-def cameras are cool, but cool and a solid investment for the future are two different things.
Speculation that Dish Networks may be sold helped the stock double in the last couple of years. But the odds of a lucrative deal now look slim.
Blowtorches, tweezers and glue: These are just a few of the items used to create mouth-watering restaurant ads.
Thailand's army declared martial law on Tuesday, but the move did not constitute a coup, military officials said.
Wal-Mart's core consumer is facing stagnant wage growth and simply can't afford to spend on discretionary items.
Middle-class seniors want to stay in their homes and communities as they grow old, but escalating costs have them looking at cohabitation.
Disneyland announced big increases to its ticket prices Sunday, evidence the massive upgrades made to the parks during the recession are paying off.
Cisco Systems's CEO has written President Barack Obama urging him to curtail government surveillance at the National Security Agency.
More employers expect to hire newly minted MBAs this year—but the fastest growth in hiring is outside the U.S.
A debate that's raged for several decades - and could rage for many more - came to the fore once again with London being named as the best city for "economic clout".
The U.S. filed criminal charges against several Chinese officials, accusing them of stealing American trade secrets through cyber espionage.
Despite optimism surrounding the U.S. recovery, one asset management firm has signaled that this could mean a gloomy future for the rest of the world.
European shares closed mixed with traders with concerns over stock valuations, policy action from the ECB and upcoming elections in the region.
AstraZeneca shares fall 13 percent after it rejects a final bid from Pfizer, calling the offer inadequate and presenting significant risks.
AstraZeneca is preparing to reject a £69 billion takeover bid by Pfizer hours after the latter said it would walk away if its offer were rebuffed.
A long-held desire to get ahead of key business trends drove a $48.5 billion dollar deal under which AT&T will acquire DirecTV, the firms told CNBC.