Debt deal includes no meaningful spending reductions, which signals beginning of the end for US as the world's sole economic superpower.
The debt deal between the president and leaders of both parties is not as bipartisan as we'd like to believe
To stimulate the housing market, Congress not only gave 600,000 Americans up to $8,000 for buying a home. It added interest on the credit, even if those houses weren't bought yet.
Spotify, a music streaming service from the UK, spent just two weeks in the US when it got hit with a patent infringement suit.
Debt-limit impasse has been all show and no substance. One solution to debt-limit dilemma over cuts or tax increases: 'pay as you go' for any further tax-cut extensions.
Here’s a sure-fire way to earn a little pocket money. Use your smartphone to snap a photo of a restaurant or scan a barcode in a store. You can earn cash or gift certificates. Companies pay for such information, often because they want to know how their stores and products look in the real world. Here are five free smartphone apps that can earn you money.
A survey of economic bloggers reveals pessimism about the economy. The number of respondents predicting job growth fell by 20 percent in a quarter.
The Senate's "Gang of Six" has a bipartisan proposal to cut the deficit. It might just be our best option.
Cut out some perks for senators and their staffers, like hair care and stationary, and we're left with a pile of cash to put toward our debt
Gross domestic product estimates show a year-over-year increase of 1.62 percent. Gross domestic product grew 1.3 percent from the first quarter.
Bank of America and others plan to raze repossessed, vacant homes in some cities. Is demolition really an ethical solution?
Luxembourg's population grew at the fastest rate, while Ireland had the highest birth rate, new figures from Eurostat show
Japan is urging its citizens to conserve electricity. Would the same tactics work in the US?