Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul sparked applause from a tech-heavy audience when he criticized the NSA's data collection.
Global government bond prices saw a dramatic fall last week, dividing opinions on where will debt markets be headed next.
The next takeout target in biotech? Here are three eligible candidates
Christie's could sell $500M of art in a single night, including a "masterpiece" by Lucian Freud.
The Ancient Egyptian mummy industry wasn't above a bit of sharp practice when struggling to keep up with consumer demand, a news report said Monday.
Wearable technology, most notably in the form of Apple's pricy new watch, offers the promise of new tools for travel.
History shows stocks tend to move contrary to Fed chair warnings.
Jim Cramer questions his entire stock methodology, thanks to Whole Foods. A great place to shop, but should we love the stock?
Women are impacted by hunger in record numbers. It's a problem the Food Bank For NYC's CEO says her organization is tackling head-on.
China's central bank cut its benchmark lending rates Sunday, as economic growth cools to levels not seen since the global financial crisis.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have made billions, and talk about their objective to give it away through philanthropy.
Jobs and class sizes are shrinking. Is law school worth the effort? Two former attorneys with AboveTheLaw.com explain the new reality.
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Hopes are high that the euro zone is finally shaking off half a decade of torpor.
Xiaomi, the world's third-largest smartphone maker, is muscling into the U.S. market with an online store that will sell smart accessories.
Mommy-run start-up Moxie Jean is an online retailer of gently used kids and maternity clothing. The moms have raised $1.3 million.
Online daters, beware. The founder and CEO of the eHarmony online dating site has some warnings for would-be spouses.
After reading about the lack of female CEOs at Fortune 500 companies, Renee Sandler inspired her daughters to think up business ideas. The result is now a multimillion-dollar business.
Behind blossoming flowers and fields of fruit lurk a hungry threat that has crawled and eaten its way through much of the U.S.