With Groupon stock rallying on reports that the board is talking about replacing Andrew Mason, the embattled CEO took the stage at Business Insider's Ignition conference. He fielded a slew of questions from Henry Blodget, and defended his leadership of the company, ahead of a Groupon board meeting this afternoon.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney vowed he'd do this as president. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has been a public advocate of it. But the White House says it would not label the nation's largest trading partner — China — a currency manipulator.
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Mitt Romney may have lost the election, but his idea to cap deductions has won some support in Washington D.C., including from President Obama.
Groupon CEO and founder Andrew Mason is scheduled to appear at the Business Insider Ignition conference in New York today.
Orbitz Worldwide released its Holiday Travel Insider Index Monday revealing the top destinations and average rates for Christmas and New Year's travel.
Warren Buffett and his long-time friend Carol Loomis, an editor at Fortune, appeared live on CNBC's "Squawk Box" to promote a book that collects the magazine's past articles about the Omaha billionaire.During the interview, Buffett said he expects Congress to reach a "fiscal cliff" deal but thinks it could happen after the December 31 deadline.This is a transcript of the entire appearance on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 8a ET.
Mary Schapiro, who resigned as chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday, may be best remembered for what she did not accomplish during her almost four-year tenure at the federal watchdog agency.
Taxes are going up for most Americans on Jan. 1 unless Congress and the White House agree to a new plan to raise revenues and cut spending. This plan would avoid the massive tax hikes and spending cuts lawmakers agreed to last summer.
In a city where it's all about building buzz, the auto industry is quietly generating the kind of optimism it hasn't seen in at least five years.
Shares of Samsung Electronics, which have surged almost 35 percent since the start of the year, closed at an all-time high on Thursday boosted by expectations that its smartphone business will continue to drive strong profit growth.
The S&P 500 is up 2.3 percent this week because there is a honeymoon between Wall Street and Congress over the fiscal cliff. This could end fast.
Every year it seems the holiday season gets more competitive for retailers. First it was free shipping, now it’s free layaway and price-matching in guaranteed, speedy in-store pickup. Promises, promises. But do the programs really work?
Your fund has never had a bad year. But this year that winning streak looks like it will come to an end. The boss, whose name you hardly ever say out loud, is going to fire a lot of people. A lot. But you’ve got an edge.
How to have a stress-free Thanksgiving.
Warren Buffett loves his job. If you ask him, he'll tell you he "tap dances to work" every morning. Here, he shares his secret so everyone else can love their job.
There are 38 companies in the S&P 500 index that have not moved more than 2 percent positive or negative year-to-date.
New hope for the beer business? According to recent survey by Consumer Edge Insight, 39 percent of alcohol-drinking consumers name beer as their favorite category.
Not everyone in America is obsessing over whether talks between the White House and congressional leaders are inching closer to avoiding the "fiscal cliff." Or "the fiscal clip" as one woman thought it was called.
Thanksgiving Day holiday travel can mean big traffic jams on the ground and long, frustrating waits at airports. But don't get discouraged. Here's how to reduce that stress.