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Amazon has finally lifted the lid on its second-annual Prime Day sale, which it's touting as the "biggest Amazon event ever."
Americans want self-driving cars, but they do not want the "brains" of those vehicles to come from automakers, a survey has found.
Puerto Rico’s governor says the commonwealth has no choice but to default on more than $1 billion in debt on Friday—and the fallout will be severe.
Craigslist founder Craig Newmark asks more tech companies to help reduce homelessness in San Francisco.
Despite the Brexit vote and dovish views from the Fed, the Mortgage Bankers Association still thinks a rate hike is on the way for July.
As many as half of all older workers retire early, often unwillingly, which often devastates carefully planned retirement savings.
Deutsche Bank's David Bianco says he sees "significant downside risk" for the U.S. stocks this summer.
The UK voted to leave the EU, so now is a good time for investors to reassess financial goals and make sure investments match priorities.
The battle between Kansas and Missouri to attract companies highlights the folly of state incentives. It's been an endless, unwinnable war.
One group in San Francisco works to reduce food waste.
The rocket ship that fast-fashion retailers have ridden over the past few years appears to be running out of fuel.
Even without Scalia, the Supreme Court has managed to avoid deadlock.
With baby boomers warming to reverse mortgages, regulators are debuting rules that shore up the government-backed loan program.
Watching a portion of your investment account get wiped away after the surprising Brexit vote does come with a possible silver lining.
The Brits cast their votes in favor of leaving the European Union, but they haven't left the politico-economic coalition yet.
Hackers are targeting small businesses with a host of sophisticated malware and other viruses. It's wreaking havoc and costing millions.
The Clinton campaign's election plan is still predicated on a billion-dollar-plus budget. What is the best way to spend it?
Waiting to start saving for retirement could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in retirement savings.
Investors need to monitor their holdings closely to make sure they aren't hanging on to the next Circuit City, Movie Gallery or Borders.
The president of the Council on Foreign Relations, explains why the U.K.'s vote could spell the end of the European unity project.