Interest rate fluctuations and anxiety over new mortgage rules had borrowers rushing to their lenders.
How streaming music services like Spotify and Pandora are actually helping musicians make money.
Authorities working with the FBI have interrupted four attempts by gangs that sought to sell radioactive material to Middle Eastern extremists.
Cutting retirees' pensions has generally been illegal, except under the most dire circumstances, the NYT reports.
Forecasters are warning wind gusts topping 35 mph could down trees and power lines across the Carolinas and Virginia.
Jay Leno says late night television is missing something: women and minority hosts.
A new survey finds that only 29 percent of people have $1,000 or more in a savings account.
U.K. brewer SABMiller has rejected Anheuser-Busch InBev's raised bid to buy the group for £42.15 per share in cash.
The Fed should communicate its views well enough that markets will not be taken by surprise by a rate hike, a top U.S. central banker said.
Eric Schneiderman has opened an inquiry into DraftKings and FanDuel over the fraudulent use insider information, the NYT reports.
Could the oil upswing be on its way? Prices rallied more than $2 on Tuesday but, nonetheless, investors are still treading carefully.
Norwegian Air hopes to sell one-way tickets to Europe for $69 as early as 2017 by flying from U.S. airports that have low fees.
Volkswagen hopes to complete its recall for vehicles hit by the emissions crisis by the end of next year.
Sweden's Tomas Lindahl, the U.S.-based Paul Modrich and Turkish-born Aziz Sancar won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for work on DNA.
Some Uber users said they’re waiting to buy a car because of the ride-hailing app, according to a new survey.
The nation's biggest pharmacy benefits manager has decided to cover two new drugs that lower artery-clogging cholesterol.
Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and his investment firm Kingdom Holding now together own more than 5 percent of Twitter Inc.
After a thawing of relations that had been frozen for 60 years, Cuba's rapprochement with the U.S. has seen the country opening itself up to business.
Can car salesmen be trusted? Sure, but know what to do when they use these tactics.
Amtrak on Tuesday threatened to suspend some train service unless Congress extends a deadline for adding safety technology.