Over half of people in a recent survey had heard of Bitcoin and other digital currencies, but only 3 percent reported actually using them. Bitcoin use was hampered by volatility and security concerns.
Labor Day is just around the corner. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the items you can expect to see on sale this Labor Day weekend and a few holiday promotions already happening.
Construction spending in the US declined in June, according to the US Census Bureau. Total residential spending declined 0.3 percent from May, although construction spending is 7.4 percent higher in June compared to last year.
The states in the running for Tesla Motors' massive battery 'Gigafactory' are ponying up huge incentives to win the bid, drawing the ire of budget watchdogs. Is the Tesla Gigafactory worth it for a state's economy?
Home prices dipped slightly in June and growth slowed year-over-year, according to S&P/Case-Shiller's 20-city composite index. But according to analysts, a home prices slowdown could help bring the housing market more in line with the rest of the economy.
All the fracas over tax inversions like the recent Burger King-Tim Horton's merger has generated some interesting ideas for broader changes in the way we tax multinational firms. One would base a firm’s US taxable profits on the US share of its total worldwide sales.
American kids are heading back to school, but they're entering back into a school system that is widening the achievement gap between lower and higher-income children. Here's what we can do about it.
A recall of prepared chicken Caesar salad kits includes nearly 93,000 pounds of products that may be contaminated with listeria. The recalled Caesar salad kits from California-based APPA fine foods were sold at Sam's Club Café restaurants nationwide.