Shutterfly, the photo-sharing service, is said to be working with boutique investment bank Qatalyst Partners to sell itself, Bloomberg reported.
The Friday start to the long holiday weekend is shaping up to be the busiest travel day of the summer, according to forecasts.
Since most of us are off Friday, let's make the match more fun. Here's a proposed France vs. Germany ESPN drinking game.
It seems like only yesterday that former enterprise smartphone king BlackBerry was left for dead.
Celebrating Independence Day's going to be more expensive this year, according to an informal survey.
Ward “Tim” Timken calls it a 100-year old start-up. What does Cramer say about the new TimkenSteel spinoff?
When Khat Rabbani and Ashley Williams started Hair Are Us, they had no idea how fast their business would grow. Next stop: franchising.
Getting a deal on concert, sports or theater tickets comes down to timing. Are you an early-bird or a procrastinator?
Some Wall Street firms will use video games to recruit top talent this year.
Argentina on Friday accused a U.S. judge of being biased ahead of debt talks set for New York next week.
Severe drought conditions in the Southwest won't do much to damper fireworks this 4th of July weekend. Not even in California.
YouTube has postponed a plan to block certain record labels from its video platform. The FT reports.
Members of the military face challenges every day. Beyond the obvious, they also contend with unique financial hurdles.
A mall in Singapore has five levels of galleries selling real live maids, Global Post reports.
Mega-mansion, art gallery or embassy? Rumor has it, the home is turning heads of everyone from state embassies to the super rich.
The June jobs report was strong but there were some important glitches, says Larry Kudlow.
Richard Mellon Scaife, the grand-nephew of Andrew Mellon, has died.
Maybe it's optimism about the economy, or maybe it's despair at rising tuition, but more parents want kids to cover the bulk of college costs.
Growing demand for hoppy beer has farmers doubling their plantings as prices rise.
Many people dream of quitting their boring, corporate positions for a "dream job" elsewhere... and Emma Radford actually did.