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Friday's economic data brought a fresh set of reminders that growth remains muted.
Retailers are getting clobbered today, but don't miss the key story.
Analysts say fast fashion retailers and department stores alike must brace themselves for a "market share scramble."
A troubled Yahoo could be in for a top management change, and soon, says SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Internet equity analyst Bob Peck.
Yahoo! employees are running for the exits. Here's how to avoid the mistakes Marissa Mayer is making, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
U.S. tech firms may have cause to celebrate the Trans-Pacific Partnership's language, but another major sector may be concerned.
Snapchat users took to Twitter on Friday after the platform began charging for use of select filters on its mobile app.
Those who consider themselves middle class say health-care costs, home prices and credit card debt are keeping them from achieving financial security.
President Obama signed into law a bipartisan budget bill last week that, among other things, changes Social Security and Medicare laws.
Market watchers looking for risks ahead are focusing on China's slowdown, but there's another trouble spot in 2016, Ric Deverell said.
A new Apple patent has folks excited about the possibility of a waterproof iPhone. But the most common phone damage isn't from water.
Almost every major commodity from copper to crude is falling. The FMHR traders dissect key levels in energy and retail.
The Indian government blocks more Facebook content than any other nation—and by a wide margin—according to a reported release by the tech giant.
Before splurging on that must-have gift this holiday season, experts warn that some items are better bought at other times, or not at all.
Jim Cramer sees a layer of negativity about one thing that is brewing under the market surface, and that is creating fear.
Positive or negative events can change the ratio of boys to girls being born.
Is it Dunkin' Donuts? Christmas lovers? Here's the real winner in the Great Starbucks Red Cup Incident of 2015, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Last year Americans gave over $358 billion to charity. Now is the time to figure out how to get the most out of your year-end donations.
Whether it's a day at the spa or a new pair of gym pants, here are 12 gift ideas for the health nuts on your list.
More than 20 states have passed new laws that restrict how people can buy and carry guns. But are they effective? The New York Times reports.