Female economists, especially those who blog, may offer some insight to the alleged shortage of excellent female economists who blog
It could be valuable for somebody to value start-ups through the lens of social media
Stock market poised Thursday to turn in its best first-quarter performance since tech bubble. Can stock market keep climbing?
Warren Buffett letter announces resignation of longtime lieutenant. Does Warren Buffett now have an heir apparent?
Mortgage loans vs. credit cards: A bigger share of Americans now prefer to keep current on credit card bills than mortgage loans.
Tylenol recall involves one lot number for troubled Johnson & Johnson unit. In announcing the latest Tylenol recall, the company also expanded a Jan. 14 recall of Tylenol and other medicines.
Although it's usually overshadowed by its much larger sister city, Kansas City, Kan., beat out more than 1,100 cities to host Google's next-generation Internet service. Google promises 100 times the speed of today's broadband Internet.
Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi and his family own expensive real estate in London, New Jersey, and around the globe
The US has 1.8 million units of 'shadow inventory' – distressed properties likely to hit the housing market. New Jersey tops the list, with Illinois, Florida, and California also among the most at-risk. The data, part of a new report, show both improvement and remaining problems.
Nobody expected that a tsunami would affect Japan's nuclear plants. And climate change will raise the possibility of such awful, unlikely happenings around the world.
Renewable energy mandate from Massachusetts causes two utilities to make deals. One renewable energy deal might save ratepayers money. The Cape Wind project will cost them $1.2 billion.
Stock market has done the opposite of a melt-down this quarter, despite crises in Egypt, Libya, and Japan. Without gains in just two sectors, however, the stock market would be far less buoyant.