The U.S. services sector expanded in December at its slowest rate since February as growth in employment and new business slowed.» Read More
Passing a soda tax in California may encourage others to follow suit, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Sears Holdings stock is tanking after reports that three insurance firms for its suppliers are shying away from the company.
When it comes to turning in bad guys in banking, it's not all about the money.
Medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy—and it's only going to get worse, reports the Fiscal Times.
What if you are strapped for cash? Geri Pell explains why it may be a smart (sometimes) financial move to borrow from yourself.
Paul Singer's Elliott Management fired off a letter to EMC to push again for a spinoff of VMware, saying "the benefits ... are enormous."
The Department of Veterans Affairs, has a new problem on its hands: a $1000 pill, The Fiscal Times reports.
These are eight tips to remember to maximize your 401(k) for retirement, reports USA Today.
Has Obama become an isolated political figure who is viewed as a liability to Democrats? The New York Times reports.
Symantec is in advanced talks to split its business in two—one that sells security programs and one that does data storage, Bloomberg reported.
A drop in rates last week boosted mortgage applications for both refinances and home purchases, and interest rates continues to slide.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a suit filed by Amazon workers who claim they should be compensated for time spent in security screenings.
Life expectancy in the USA rose in 2012 to 78.8 years – a record high. USA Today reports.
The implosion of Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies offers a dramatic illustration of how the iPhone maker can put the screws to suppliers.
People can pay $9,000 to join Netropolitan, a social network catering to those in search of access to people that share a similar lifestyle.
Costco Wholesale on Wednesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $697 million.
The world’s biggest banks have agreed to tear up the rule book on derivatives to make it easier to resolve a future failing firm like Lehman Brothers.
Goldman Sachs is facing questions about whether it will be able to maintain its place atop the financial industry in a new era of regulations, the New York Times reports.
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For parents, drawing the line on being cool is a cost-cutting lesson for teenagers.
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Shares of Carnival and Copa Holdings were among the stocks boosted on normalized diplomatic Cuban relations.
Havana is now home to a small, but growing, number of brand new Asian automobiles which are altering the landscape.
The Navy's Silent NEMO suggests the best engineer for effective machines might be mother nature.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Bradley Belt, former Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. CEO, discuss the federal pension insurance system and risk to tax payers.
The USPS is expecting to deliver up to 475 million packages this holiday season. CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at how they plan to handle that volume.
Discussing the broader implications of the Sony hack after Sony Pictures pulled the release of "The Interview," with former Assistant Homeland Security Secretary, Robert Liscouski.