Bermuda is the world’s most attractive island for real estate investment, according to a recent report.
Sales of existing homes in Los Angeles were flat in September from August and down nearly 2 percent from a year ago.
Bank customers can expect a flurry of thick mail as credit companies rush to get chip cards into their hands before the holidays.
While it might not make a profit next quarter, Amazon is barreling ahead in its quest to dominate people's spending. The NYT reports.
Read ahead and see some examples of luxury goods purchased with alarmingly large sums of celebrity cash.
Why student loan debt is the biggest threat to the U.S. economy
Here are the 10 most ridiculous excuses for calling in sick from work, reports NBC's Today Show.
A rare example of Apple's first pre-assembled computer sold at the auction block for $905,000.
The former NBA great turned businessman says he has the solution to the lack of diversity in tech: Just give him a call.
General Motors also reported earnings that beat estimates, but the company's revenue fell short of expectations.
Four years since foreclosures during the Great Recession, former borrowers are returning to the mortgage market, reports the New York Times.
China may ban Facebook, but not its co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. He delighted an audience of students in Beijing recently by chatting in Mandarin.
As the political struggle continues, Hong Kong's tycoons have maintained a studied silence on the outcome. The NYT reports.
China's property market looks to be on shaky ground, but Goldman Sachs isn't fretting about a sharp downturn in the sector.
When Amazon reports earnings, investors will look for updates on a range of recent initiatives from the company that rarely turns a profit.
Four tips to save money on your Thanksgiving day flights. Today.com reports.
A NHTSA spokesperson said a further increase could follow in its massive air bag recall.
Retailmenot is at the mercy of Google's search algorithms, but rankings in search engine results have begun to perk up.
Retailers have kept inventories in check, but signs are emerging they may not have broken consumers' addiction to discounts just yet.
Language in contracts insurers must sign to sell coverage on HealthCare.gov will let them terminate their plans if subsidies cease.