If history is an indication, the stock market could extend its rally into December.
As investors feel emboldened by the seemingly unstoppable stock market rally, they're borrowing money at record levels to keep things going.
Travel headlines for Friday include Black Friday deals, an e-cig lounge at Heathrow, pets-on-plane fees rise and Helmsley Park Lane Hotel rebranding.
Bitcoin's most widely watched exchange has interesting origins from the world of online role-playing games.
Happy Friday aka Black Friday aka ... yes, here it comes: Bitcoin Friday.
I asked folks on Twitter "Fill in the blank: 'I'd rather ______ than shop on Thanksgiving.'" The answers were hilarious.
Kelley Blue Book is estimating that auto sales will be 3.6 percent higher than the day after Thanksgiving last year.
Peer-to-peer sharing got a big boost this week as San Francisco International Airport reached an agreement with RelayRides.
Investors are getting comfortable with risk approaching pre-crisis levels, but stocks do not appear to be in a bubble, investor Howard Marks said.
As part of a digital push to share its data, the U.S. Census is offering a new mobile app, dwellr, to help you decide where you should move.
Hedge fund managers are riding their best stock ideas as long as possible and but overall returns continue to lag.
Happy Wednesday. Gobble gobble.
While adding capacity during high-demand periods makes sense in theory, the reality is far more complicated.
Even with the sharp gains in stock prices this year, 70 percent of the Dow components still offer dividend yields greater than 2 percent.
Carlyle is known as a private equity firm, but its latest acquisition continues to diversify the business away from buyouts.
The relentless rally of 2013 claims a few more market bears. How many more need to capitulate before it is a sell sign?
Travelers who have a problem with the TSA can now file formal complaints on the spot, and let their congressional representatives know as well.
Good has been stealing BlackBerry's clients with a simple pitch: Its platform lets employees access the corporate server on their personal device.
If investors in housing see lower-than-expected returns, they will dump the properties, Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller says.
Steve Cohen could make up some of the money he owes Uncle Sam by cashing in on SAC's sprawling real estate holdings.
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