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In its secular outlook, Pimco said that the next three to five years suggest an end to bull markets as investors have known them.
Amid concerns about exploiting students, some small businesses in New York City are joining ranks of larger firms and paying interns.
The U.S. economy would have to shift dramatically for the Fed to change the rate at which it is winding down money printing, one Fed official said.
Technology is important for an aircraft the U.S. and its allies hope will be the backbone of air defense for the next half century.
Armchair safari travelers have a new weapon at their fingertips—a real-time app tracking the migration of the wildebeest.
It's Frank Kendall's job to write checks for programs that will shape U.S. defense forces for the next quarter century.
Global investors have hiked their cash holdings close to a two-year high and cut equity exposure as volatility dominates markets.
When investors get to speak at the annual meeting of banks, anger, scorn and even singing can result.
Russia cast doubt on the long-term future of the International Space Station as it retaliated on Tuesday against U.S. sanctions over Ukraine.
U.S. drugmaker Pfizer's boss was grilled by UK lawmakers on his commitment to British research spending and jobs.
Retirees face the challenge of generating and maintaining the income they need in retirement but a solution called "reverse engineering" can help.
The U.S. aims to buy gasoline to build emergency stocks to cover the hurricane season, using the $495 million from a strategic oil reserve test sale.
Valeant said it planned to "improve" its $47 billion takeover offer for drugmaker Allergan, a day after the U.S. company rejected the bid.
Lawyers for defunct brokerage MF Global asked a U.S. bankruptcy judge to limit mounting legal fees incurred by Jon Corzine and other former insiders.
Small-business owners are keeping a cautious approach to running their companies even as they grow more optimistic, a banking survey shows.
Alibaba is taking a tougher line against counterfeits sold on its online marketplaces as it heads towards a U.S. stock listing.
Facebook said it may consider opening a sales office in China to provide more support to advertisers who use the website to reach customers overseas.
"We want to know how many inside General Motors knew about this lie," an attorney on the case says.
As the makers of Sriracha battle to stay open in California, legislators from Texas are wooing them to move to the Lone Star State—USAT.
'Raising the minimum wage will only hurt those it was intended to help,' said the president and CEO of one franchise association.
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Kids have company heading back to school: More adults over age 35 are returning to the classroom too.
Some of Hollywood's "A-list" celebrities have been to this Mediterranean mansion. Take a look at some of the luxuries it offers.
Drivers beware on New England roads! Five of the region's cities rank in the Top 10 worst for accidents, according to Allstate Insurance.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, William Taylor, weighs in on U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron's statements about the threat of ISIS and if U.S. will be drawn into armed conflict.
Vinod Khosla, a green energy billionaire, and a group of surfers are locked in a feud over access to prime surfing real estate near San Francisco. It's the latest salvo in an ongoing fight for access to the country's best beaches.
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron says all resources must be used against terrorists, saying Britain will take whatever action is necessary to keep its people safe.