Procter & Gamble will appoint David Taylor as its next chief executive officer, succeeding A.G. Lafley, Dow Jones reported.» Read More
How do you convince regular people to buy Google-owned monitoring gadgets and install them in their homes? Here's how.
The rubber's hitting the road for baby boomers nearing retirement, who must convert nest eggs into a stream of income they won't outlive.
Tyson Foods, the largest U.S. meat processor, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit. Tyson Foods shares were up 5 percent.
U.S. manufacturing output rose in October, but a third straight month of declines in auto production suggested some slowdown in the pace of factory activity.
Jeep remains the hottest brand in the auto business despite several surveys calling the SUV one of the poorest in the industry for quality.
An icy blast was set to issue a second punch Monday and plunge large areas of the East, Midwest and South into a unseasonable freeze.
Manufacturing activity in New York state rose in November, bouncing back from October's report, which showed the weakest pace since April.
One GOP leader opened the possibility of a government shutdown in an attempt to stop President Obama from taking executive action on immigration.
The Federal Reserve will meet with market participants on Monday to discuss alternatives to Libor, the interest rate used in short-term lending among banks.
Bono, lead singer of the band U2, will undergo surgery after he injured his arm in a cycling accident in New York's Central Park, the band said.
The private equity owners of Hostess Brands are planning to put the maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs up for sale, potentially valuing it at more than $1.7B.
There's good news for the dining-out industry: Jobs creation is improving, gas prices are low and restaurants are seeing seats fill up again.
A winter storm locking the U.S. in an unseasonable freeze has buried parts of Wisconsin in more than four feet of snow, meteorologists said Friday.
Pimco denies a report that co-founder Bill Gross received a $290 million bonus in 2013.
By reviewing the Obamacare law yet again, Supreme Court justices could find themselves in the political crosshairs.
More than five years after the foreclosure crisis began, the number of borrowers losing their homes is rising again.
Cold air will blanket two-thirds of the U.S. on Thursday, with arctic air expected to take aim at the East Coast after ripping through the rest of the county. NBC News reports.
Use of prepaid cards has grown rapidly, but consumer protections have not. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to change that.
For the first time, the average student loan debt has topped $30,000 per graduate in several states. But there are also signs of the crisis easing.
No question, the U.S. dollar is the trade du jour. Investors are betting on the buck for good reason. But there are risks.
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A Dutch storm violently rocked a plane as it approached for a landing, narrowly avoiding a crash on the runway.
Mike Tyson seems to be involved in a venture to bring bitcoin ATMs to Las Vegas.
Trump himself gave one of the clearest examples yet of why his candidacy is doomed to fail, and why the debate stage could be his Waterloo.
Jim Cramer thinks the stock market madness in China makes a bigger impact on your money than you might expect.
Is the U.S. market hostage to China? Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts of the day on what China means for your money.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer goes through his list of mine-resistant stocks to see if there are any bargains.