One of the goals of the extension of the Bush-era tax cuts was to get Americans to spend and boost the economy. Is that really what we should be doing?
Home prices peaked in the US five years ago. Here is a look at the key issues affecting home prices as the spring real estate market approaches.
Talk in Washington of ending 'job-killing regulations' isn't helping the US create any more jobs.
After more than three years since AT&T got the iPhone, Verizon started carrying the Apple device on Thursday. For some, a Verizon iPhone is a dream come true. But some new iPhone owners admit that this was a purchase of last resort.
Twenty years ago, Seoul looked much like Cairo does today.
Initial jobless claims fell to 383,000 last week. But the total number of Americans still getting jobless benefits remains stubbornly high.
New business starts hit a 14-year high in 2009. But succeeding is a challenge.
Elvis Presley Enterprises is suing men in Florida, England, Wales, and elsewhere for infringement of intellectual property rights after circulation of box sets not authorized by Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Pepsi can: Pepsi has redesigned its Diet Pepsi can as a tribute to attractive women, a group of people who have been historically underrepresented by carbonated-beverage-can shapes.
'Cost' is the opportunity that you have to give up in order to do something else. But how can this concept be measured in dollars?
With bailouts for banks and handouts for the poor, is the government just trying to buy the affection of Americans?
In most cases, it's cheaper to print photographs using a commercial service.
Weekly survey shows that the average rate for a 30 year fixed rate mortgage is the highest since April 2010.
A tax exemption may indicate government approval, but it doesn't mean a private foundation should be subject to undue government restrictions.
Traders and investors around the country could buy discounted shares in the same stock.
Some economists say it is, but they're using the wrong metrics.
If the UK's equality czar thinks so, he's greatly mistaken.
Business taxes may be high in the US, but overall, Americans are not overtaxed.
Small business optimism is slightly up, but owners are still waiting to see more significant signs of growth.
Stock market merger between London Stock Exchange and TMX Group will create one of the largest stock exchanges in the world.