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A small survey suggests that China's economic slowdown and stock market gyrations are likely to spur more of its wealthy to put money overseas.
The U.S. shouldn't publicly advise China about its woes, but the countries should have a dialogue, a former U.S. diplomat says.
How prevalent is counterfeit currency these days? Secret Service figures show there's $150 million in fake money in circulation.
A type of high-intensity hydraulic fracturing is spreading through the American oil patch, boosting productivity for U.S. drillers.
Nonprofit health insurer Blue Shield of California increased its executive compensation by 64 percent in 2012, according to a report.
Consumer reports singles out four car models as representing the worst of the lot for 2015. USAToday reports.
Scammers took to messaging app WhatsApp to convince users to buy shares of over-the-counter stock Avra, according to FINRA.
The economic fallout from the drop in farm income is hitting some parts of the country much harder than others.
Companies led by Amazon are lobbying the federal government to use drones, adding pressure to an already messy legal landscape.
A judge has granted Uber drivers class-action status in a lawsuit that claims the start-up treats drivers like employees without offering benefits.
Cybersecurity entrepreneurs in recent years have had an easy time raising money. This time, not so. New York Times reports.
The U.S. economy is being pulled in opposite directions by two factors, Pimco's Joachim Fels said.
Russian and Chinese intelligence are gathering cyberattack data to possibly target government workers, CNN reported.
The federal social safety net has evolved into a costly and wide-ranging assortment of spending and tax measures, the Fiscal Times reports.
Toyota is launching the hydrogen-powered Mirai during a period of low energy prices.
There is a new global conflict taking shape in cyberspace, and the U.S. will find it hard to defeat nations that hack into its systems.
More than half of the nation's immigrants receive some kind of government welfare, a figure that's far higher than the native-born population.
Companies added 190,000 jobs to close out the summer, better than July's downward-revised 177,000 but below anticipation for 201,000 new positions.
Home mortgage applications increased dramatically last week, as a strong sell-off in the U.S. stock market pushed interest rates lower briefly
Recent market turmoil has sent the VIX soaring above 30. But if history is any indication, a high reading would mean no rate hike.
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