The Obama administration on Friday said it was ready to free up about $260 billion so the nation could continue paying its bills as a temporary debt ceiling suspension lapses.» Read More
Spanx is fighting allegations from a fellow shapewear company that suggest some Spanx camisoles look too similar to their products. NBC reports.
Tight state budgets and jammed roadways this year are prompting some U.S. states to make one of the most politically unpopular moves imaginable.
The New Mexico company, Valley Meat, drew complaints over a two-year period from federal inspectors and state regulators over its disposal of remains when it processed cattle for beef. The New York Times reports.
More U.S. homeowners were hit with new foreclosure filings in February, pointing to the challenges the market still faces even as the housing recovery gains traction, RealtyTrac reported Thursday.
The top U.S. derivatives regulator has started internal discussions on whether the daily setting of gold and silver prices in London is open to manipulation, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Google is to retire Google Reader in July, it said on Thursday, citing declining usage for the application that aggregates content served by web feeds.
McDonald's will give away more than a million breakfast McMuffins across China on Monday, a few days after Chinese state television airs its annual expose on corporate malpractice to mark World Consumer Rights Day.
Judge Edward Harrington said investors who brought the lawsuit fell short of demonstrating a wider "overarching" conspiracy to drive down takeover prices.
The Fed is changing its schedule for issuing policy statements, a shift that will give Chairman Ben Bernanke more control over how investors respond to the Fed's decisions.
President Obama is warning that it may be impossible to reach a deal with Republicans on trimming the budget deficit.
A filing error has resulted in the delay of up to 600,000 tax refunds — among them students who need the money to pay for books and the tax receipt to apply for financial aid, the IRS said Tuesday.
Lenders are increasingly approving low down payment loans, and government sponsored mortgage giant Fannie Mae is buying more of them.
While the private sector roars back, public sector hiring in areas such as education continues to feel the after-effects of the 2008 recession.
Mortgage rates spiked last week, sapping demand for home loans on the heels of a sharp rebound in applications the previous week, data from an industry group showed on Wednesday.
Why on earth is the Department of Agriculture keeping the names of which companies are in danger of defaulting on government loans a secret?
Democrats will unveil a budget blueprint that will slice the deficit by $1.85 trillion through spending cuts and tax increases.
Looking to play the consumer comeback? Look at higher-end retail stocks says JPMorgan's retail analyst.
The Small Business Administration has proposed rule changes that could make the agency's loan programs more accessible and popular, the New York Times reports.
The Heat are on an impressive 19-game winning streak, led by Lebron James, Chris Bosh, and an important part of the trifecta—Dwyane Wade.
Arthur Laffer, chairman, Laffer Associates, discusses the falling deficit and why some people are saying the deficit is being cut too fast.
Howard Dean (D) former VT Governor, and Sean Spicer, Republican National Committee, discuss the IRS scandal, the AP phone records issue, Benghazi talking points, and missing terrorists.
Seema Mody reports on Apple CEO Tim Cook's statement that corporate taxes are too high, ahead of his Congressional testimony next week. With Dean Garfield, Information Technology Industry Council, and Arthur Laffer, Laffer Associates chairman.