Financiers are grumbling that the U.S. is acting like an imperial power in punishing foreign banks for dealings beyond U.S. territory.
Goetze's volley in extra time fired Germany to a fourth World Cup crown with a 1-0 victory over Argentina, leaving captain Lionel Messi heartbroken.
When Japan's PM Shinzo Abe came to power, he hoped a weaker yen would give exporters a boost and spur the inflation needed to revive Japan's economy.
The dollar was steady as investors awaited pivotal events, including Fed Chair Janet Yellen's congressional testimony, for fresh cues.
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers said the Obama administration's $3.7 billion border security request was too high.
People are turning themselves into cyborgs by embedding magnets and computer chips directly into their bodies, NBC News reports.
The fast-food chain said it's replacing its Cantina platform with items packed with protein and fewer calories. USA Today reports.
US workers at large companies can expect median base salary increases of 3% next year, USA Today reports.
U.S. wholesale inventories rose in May, reinforcing the view that economic growth should surge following a weak first quarter.
Some U.S. states have cut taxes to lure businesses and create jobs, but the growth hasn't materialized. The Fiscal Times reports.
The energy challenges facing India are vast and varied. How is solar power helping to transform lives?
In the face of booming tourism, Croatia is faced with something of a dilemma: how to build on its natural assets without spoiling them.
Janet Yellen's willingness to risk to financial instability down the road for immediate economic gains is an "all-in bet," former Pimco exec Mohamed El-Erian says.
A new financial firm wants to be the financial backbone for the hemp and cannabis industry.
When Disney bought Marvel in 2009, it did so without two popular franchises. Spider-Man is licensed to Sony, while 21st Century Fox owns X-Men.
Forget housing — here's what's causing investor anxiety when it comes to the U.S. economy.
So far this year, bond yields have thwarted forecasts they would rise, but many analysts are sticking with their calls for a march higher.
Stocks reaching record highs haven't caused hedge funds to decrease their market exposure. In fact, many are adding to their bullish bets.
As World Cup fever spread, the usually sober investment banks-turned-pundits offered their predictions. Here's how they did.
The Brewers Association says the total number of breweries in operation has topped the 3,000 mark, crossing a barrier not likely seen since the 1870s.