A state court judge has barred the city of San Jose from imposing voter-approved pension cuts on current municipal workers.
Shopping in stores crawled this holiday season, leaving a pile of unsold inventory. That means bigger-than-usual after-Christmas sales.
Higher mortgage rates have slowed the pace of home resales, but activity is expected to accelerate next year.
According to ShopperTrak, traffic for the week ended Dec. 22 was down 21.2 percent year over year.
Airlines are shrinking the seats, raising revenue but also tensions between frustrated passengers. The NYT reports.
The Chinese population's burgeoning appetite for travel is only just beginning, travel website Hotels.com told CNBC.
A number of small businesses across the country instruct children in everything from using cutlery correctly to making friends.
Tesla's Model S sedan has retained its five-star safety rating from the same agency probing fires involving the electric car, Bloomberg reported.
Mortgage lenders are rushing to keep up with a change announced by the incoming head of the FHFA.
Banks like Chase and Citibank could hit Target to help pay for the cost of cleaning up the mess its data breach caused.
The deadline has been extended by a day for those who want to receive health insurance coverage through the federal exchange beginning Jan. 1, 2014.
McD's employee resources site has even more odd advice for workers. This time, it's about fast food.
Chase customers will now be able to withdraw $250 in cash and spend up to $1,000.
Less than one-third of retailers are offering special holiday return policies this year.
The $100 million sale seems to have become an annual rite of passage following the financial crisis.
So the holidays have arrived. How do you tip all of the people who clean the house, walk the dog? Here is your guide.
The average price for a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. fell modestly over the past two weeks, ending a four-week advance.
As a key enrollment deadline hits Monday, many people without health insurance are picking the cheapest one.
BlackBerry is making a bet that the enterprise market will be its saving grace. But the odds don't look too promising.
U.S. consumers opened their wallets at a brisk pace last month.