Once poised to become a majority of the workforce, women haven't found as many jobs as men during the recovery. But some signs point to an eventual rebound.
Patents involving technology in rival set-top boxes are at heart of the companies' suits. EchoStar's suit has been whittled down from four patents to just one.
San Quentin Prison, near the San Francisco Bay, sits property worth a lot of money—money that the state could use.
'Free' is the theme of this week's deals, including a coupon for a free Chef Boyardee product.
Are there additional energy costs of running a light rail that don't get measured?
Online security was compromised even though most users had online security software installed.
By forgetting the things that you think you need, you can enjoy all the things you already have.
A US library operator says it can could cut the cost of running Britain's libraries by 35 percent.
A potential merger would make a German company majority owners of the New York Stock Exchange, the symbolic headquarters of American capitalism.
A Gallup poll shows that Americans are becoming more optimistic about the state of the economy.
Canada home prices are rising about 5 percent a year, while home prices are falling in the US.
Interest rates were kept at their historic lows. Critics say the Bank of England should raise interest rates to battle stubborn inflation.
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.