A rebound in home prices has slowed, so has the recovery process for those still submerged with negative equity.
Chipotle's feeling the food cost pinch too and plans to pass along some of its increased costs to customers soon.
French economist Thomas Piketty says wealth gap will continue to widen over time.
General Mills changed its Facebook policy: if you 'like' their brands or download coupons, you forfeit the right to sue.
President Obama's fiscal 2015 budget request would boost US tax revenues by nearly $1.4 trillion over 10 years if fully enacted, the CBO said.
Music buyers still prefer to purchase their tunes in physical format – CDs and even cassettes – rather than download them.
Some RFID gaming chips have the ability to not only cut casino's cheating losses, but also track a player bet by bet.
We love talking about how stressful work is, as if our ancestors weren't wondering if they had enough food for winter.
As cocoa prices surge to near-record highs on demand for emerging markets, chocoholics brace for a hike in price – and maybe even a different taste.
This comes after Liberty Media sold almost all of its stake in the bookseller earlier this month.
The service will allow customers to transfer money to and from 4,000 of its stores.
Home Depot is putting a lid on new-store openings and focusing its expansion efforts on e-commerce.
As talks surrounding the Malaysia jet lawsuit continue, some argue the case won't have a strong chance in the U.S.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned of possible disruption to Europe's gas supply on Thursday, as the U.S. confirmed it would send additional military support to Ukraine.
Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs will allow shareholders to earn dividends and enjoy perks during visits.
A hotel executive and Democratic fundraiser has pleaded guilty in New York to witness tampering and conspiracy to evade campaign finance laws.
Bare-chested and singing, some of the City's top bankers ripped off their business attire in a video for a fundraiser.
Hedge funds have seen the worst start to the year since the financial crisis, as returns in January and March were both in the red.
Fewer Americans are working—or trying to work. Reversing this trend has to be a priority for the next administration, says Wharton Prof. Joao Gomes.
A survey suggested Americans expect the next 50 years to bring innovations of science-fiction proportions.