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Office Depot will close at least 400 U.S. stores as shoppers shift their office supply purchases to e-retailers, mass market chains, and drugstores.
Forget about Florida and Arizona. When it comes to quality of life, South Dakota tops the new list of Best States for Retirement from Bankrate.com.
These states are some of the most vibrant places to settle, but they're toughest on retirees.
According to a recent Gallup poll, 29 percent of Americans do not own any credit cards, up from 22 percent in 2008.
Analysts reacted with caution and criticism to Attorney General Eric Holder's signaling potential criminal charges against global banks.
The U.S. is planning to use an anti-tax-evasion law to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine, which could prove to be more costly than sanctions.
France rejected GE's bid for Alstom's energy assets, but opened the door for a deal that would also combine the two companies' rail businesses.
Hedge fund managers heavily populate the so-called 1 percent in the United States. And they are getting richer.
Target's decision to oust its CEO some five months after a massive data breach has triggered concerns it might have more bad news for investors.
PayPal said Saturday that Rakesh Agrawal has left following a series of late-night tweets that among other things, insulted other PayPal executives.
The Department of Justice and Credit Suisse are near a deal to see the bank plead guilty and pay a $1 billion settlement, a Reuters source says.
Jim Federico, who worked at GM for about 36 years, is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.
The departure comes in the wake of a massive data breach that impacted millions of Target customers late last year.
The FBI is investigating Oregon's disastrous Obamacare exchange, possibly in connection the use of federal funds to build that insurance marketplace.
The chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisors advocated cutting tax breaks and incentives for high-income households.
Amazon.com is launching a new feature to allow shoppers to add products from Twitter to their shopping carts without leaving the site.
There was a surprising amount of bubble talk at the Milken Institute's Global conference in Los Angeles last week.
Attorney General Eric Holder said the agency is progressing toward criminal charges against banks.
Home seller Realogy confirmed on Monday it is facing a slower housing market. Yet is it all because of higher prices?
Growth in the U.S. services sector slowed slightly in April, and the pace of employment slackened to its slowest in more than a year.
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