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A new Wells Fargo survey finds that near-retirees have the least amount of money saved for retirement of any group surveyed.
Although abandoned mines are better known for the environmental problems businesses are finding innovative uses for old mines. NBCNews reports.
Sergio Marchionne said America's auto industry needs to kick things into overdrive if it plans to keep up with innovators in Silicon Valley.
An indicator of U.S. economic activity declined in September, suggesting a slower pace of economic expansion ahead.
After Caterpillar posts an earnings miss, CEO Doug Oberhelman said "Our day will come, but it's not right now."
In an interview, Trump was more than willing to opine on the big issues that would face a presidential nominee and a president.
Lululemon Athletica said its chief product officer is leaving after just two years with the premium yogawear retailer.
The Obama Administration devises a plan to keep Puerto Rico from becoming the "American Greece," says The New York Times.
It takes drivers up to 27 seconds to return to full attention after using voice commands to make a call, turn on the radio or perform other tasks.
Continued demand growth and falling production next year may end a protracted slump in energy prices, John Hess says.
Comcast is getting closer to entering the cellphone business.
The fast food giant delivered fresh evidence to investors its prolonged turnaround effort is working.
AT&T said consensus revenue estimates for its third-quarter were "inflated" as they differed from its own accounting, which includes DirecTV.
When it comes to home sweet home, sometimes TV gets it just right. And other times, the small screen is oh-so-wrong.
Having a housing strategy in retirement is important, especially considering that real estate represents two-thirds of baby boomers' household assets.
Space collectors are looking forward to the auction of a rare watch worn on the moon, but it's the watch collectors that could drive up the price.
He called out workers who don’t do their jobs. Yet Rubio boasts the Senate's worst record of absenteeism. Fiscal Times reports.
RushCard, founded in 2003 by the hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons, says that its problems are mostly fixed but complaints remain, the NYT reports.
The federal government is helping employees pay off their loans in order to attract and keep talented young people in the field.
As China's middle class grows, rising food demand is influencing food production and water consumption in the American West, including California.
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Analysts predict Pixar's "Finding Dory" may be the highest-grossing movie next summer and offset any doubts cast by "The Good Dinosaur."
The Samsung Gear VR sold out in a flash, even before Black Friday. Here's why — and what retailers are doing about it, explains this ex-Google exec.
Growing a small business can be tough, especially when your business is unconventional. Here's how one couple succeeded.
Food & Wine publisher discusses the evolution of the magazine business and how they plan to stay in the game
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is sticking to his guns on this stock, even decades later.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Allergan, to get a better look at what Allergan shareholders can expect from the world's largest pharma merger.