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Consumers are saving on energy costs, and that's pushing dollars into other parts of the U.S. economy.
Shopping for that perennial favorite, the gift card? Don't even think about paying full price.
The cashless society isn't something set in a distant future. For many people, it's already arrived. Here are 7 signs.
Some companies may still be in recession mentality when it comes to spending money on holiday parties, NBC News reports.
An analysis shows that many retailers actually see sales decline when oil prices fall.
Stagnant wage growth in developed countries is in danger of dragging economic performance down, the ILO warns.
There’s been a recent uptick in venture capital funding for agriculture technology start-ups.
Retail stores will often pressure you to sign up for their store credit card, but take caution when considering them, reports the Today show.
Smith & Wesson sales have been soft, but the gun company may have a bigger problem: leverage.
The FAA is looking to hire as many as 10,000 air traffic controllers over the next 10 years, including more than 1,700 in 2015.
92 percent of CNBC poll respondents said they would not move 401(k) cash into a pension, as allowed under new rules.
While the spaces are small, pop-up shops are popular and can rake in big bucks during the holiday shopping season.
Early Friday, the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room mega-store opens in Seattle. USAToday reports.
This $25 million hilltop estate in Santa Barbara, California, was originally built for one of the founding fathers of Ford Motor.
This could be London's smallest home. For $40,000 this 6,045-square-inch dollhouse could be yours.
While shoppers hit the mall and the Internet, there's an elephant in the room that needs to be addressed, says Steven Pociask.
Start-ups have many reasons to need cash. Jai Das of Sapphire Ventures has another: Wine and sporting events cost money.
Roughly 85 percent of the vehicles Nissan expects to sell in the U.S. next year will be produced in North America.
New Republic editors Franklin Foer and Leon Wieseltier abruptly resigned in the face of a disagreement over the magazine's direction, NYT reports.
Buffett's donation to a Clinton presidential run isn't as big a departure from his anti-PAC principles as it appears.
Llamas weren't the only things running wild today. "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer has a stock galloping higher.
The "Fast Money" traders offer up 4 stocks you should probably bid farewell.
Apple is launching the Apple Watch on March 9th. Here are seven facts you need to know about Apple's latest, hottest product.