Gold rose for a second straight session to trade near a three-week high on Monday, after U.S. jobs posted the slowest growth in more than a year.
'Furious 7" raced to the top of the domestic box office, picking up a massive $143.6 million in its opening weekend, according to initial data.
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The company announced an expansion of its Messenger app, called Messenger Platform, for partners and businesses to build on top of it.
Whole Foods employees are stepping up to provide both money and know-how for microloan projects.
Jim Cramer speaks to Ali Partovi on his venture to make money on organic cropland.
A $50 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated.
The jobs market was the only part of the U.S. economy that really held up last quarter. That story just changed.
More accredited law schools may offer online classes after an unprecedented move by the ABA.
Japanese companies remain unwilling to use QE cash for new investment, a major hurdle to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's economic revival plan.
The restaurant chain has the strongest fans, according to a recent report. CEO Kent Taylor reveals the secret to its success.
Yanis Varoufakis said that Greece "intends to meet all obligations to all its creditors, ad infinitum", seeking to quell default fears.
Four top technicians check the charts on 4 stocks that could see technical difficulties in the second quarter.
Proponents of raw milk argue that pasteurization is actually destroying the vital nutrients a body needs.
At some booming restaurants, the seven deadly sins aren't just vices. They're part of the experience.
A district judge ordered Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg to relinquish documents by Monday requested in an ownership dispute case.
Credit cards with the highest limits are nearly twice as likely to be a target of fraud than other plastic.
A new survey looks at the savings behavior of people who are most prepared to retire.
California is bracing for year four of a major drought and many farmers already are reducing acreage.
Apple may reward shareholders with a fatter dividend and heftier stock buy back. How much is an open question.