InterActive Corp. is actively trying to damp down "crazy speculation" around its popular dating service Tinder, Barry Diller tells CNBC.
The activity tracker may struggle to keep up its growth as smartwatches like the Apple Watch become more popular.
The most expensive 5 percent of Medicaid-only enrollees accounted for nearly half of all spending on such enrollees in each year from 2009 through 2011.
Ian Crozier, who survived Ebola, calls himself a poster child for 'post-Ebola syndrome,' which is also being reported in W. Africa, NYT reports.
Visa is reported to be in talks to buy its former subsidiary Visa Europe for as much as $20 billion, according to reports.
Millions of people in the middle of the country are facing a tornado threat, including some locations recently ravaged by twisters, NBC News reports.
The boxing match boosted gambling on the Las Vegas Strip with MGM getting the biggest payout, according to ITG Investment Research.
Are you ready for a Federal Reserve rate hike? The smartest prep may be to improve your credit score.
The city of the broad shoulders is facing its own financial problems, but comparisons to Detroit are far off the mark.
When it comes to Greece, there was talk of a "Grexit" and the lesser used "Graccident." The new thing to worry about? "Grimbo." Here's what it means.
Amazon is expanding its grocery delivery service in Northern New Jersey.
Next month, one Colorado barbecue joint will be running a promotion that has already drawn strong reaction.
Some traders thought they could make some serious money Thursday on a Tesla-related penny stock, driving it up 10,000% in a matter of hours.
April's 223,000 nonfarm payrolls were strong enough to signal a rebound, but weak enough to hold off Fed rate hikes until the second half of the year.
Despite strong job creation data for April, wage numbers are still weak and point to an economy that is still wobbling, economist Diane Swonk says.
A study by WalletHub ranked 100 metro areas by how friendly they are to employees and job seekers. Check out the top 10 here.
The 223k jobs created in April was weaker than the 2014 average. And that puts the Fed in a tough spot, says economist Peter Morici.
An anonymous job seeker learned the hard way what you should and should not say online about a prospective employer.
The U.S. economy created 223,000 jobs in April, bouncing back from a sluggish period the first three months of the year.
Frustrated Microsoft owners are taking to the options market. Here's why.