Technology has been labeled a job killer but in fact, it creates jobs and growth for small businesses, says Carol Roth.
Amid a shifting global economy, American factories are getting a makeover and second life for start-ups and makers of new products.
Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are suing for better wages. The cheerleaders say the Buffalo Bills paid them nothing for working at NFL games.
Dish Network plans to put TV online before the Fall season, but Verizon and AT&T are nipping at its heels.
Four Seasons has a new weapon in the luxury travel wars: its own Boeing 757.
Financial fraud promises to become a thornier issue in the future as tech advances put more investors at risk.
We're finally on the brink of a cashless society, but could it really be without any risks?
The New York Times reports on how two former private school students in an affluent suburb took ran a drug ring in schools.
Despite warmer weather, stable interest rates and more homes on the market, mortgage applications fell last week.
Peer-to-peer home rental site gets its day in court.
If you thought $1 million was enough for retirement, think again; $1 million holds a different value today than it did years ago.
As consumers hold out for the new iPhone 6, investors are waiting for growth. What to look for in Apple's earnings.
The IRS will defend the way it enforces its power to issue legal summonses to obtain sensitive documents from taxpayers who refuse to cooperate with audits.
The IRS gave out bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues, including employees who didn't pay taxes, USA Today reports.
Footwear maker Skechers reported better-than-expected quarterly results, helped by strong sales to US and international wholesale customers.
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman promised to pay a disgruntled ex-Herbalife executive as much as $3.60 million over the next 10 years, a report said.
In a letter to investors, David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital said we're seeing the second tech bubble in 15 years.
The weather phenomenon is likely to return, possibly bringing enough water to end the severe drought in California.
Despite economic hopes for India's Narenda Modi, experts say it's too early to tell what kind of changes he'll bring.
The device, nicknamed "iPhone Air," will be released in 2015 versus a previously reported release time of September, a report said Tuesday.