Mortgage Bankers Association data provides information on the demand side of residential real estate for both new and existing home purchases.
Experts remain unconvinced that the 2010 Winter Olympics will pay off for Vancouver.
Obama health plan includes a Health Insurance Rate Authority, which could put private insurers out of business.
Columbia University is pioneering the use of hybrid solar cells to produce heat and electricity simultaneously.
David Stockman's analysis offers no solutions to budget deficits. The key is finding sound rules for policymakers.
New credit card laws went into effect earlier this week. Here's a roundup of what's included.
Badgered by Congress, Akio Toyoda vows to make Toyota's regional divisions more autonomous and less dependent on Japan.
When high school teachers refused to work extra hours without pay, Central Falls, R.I., fired them all. Will that improve performance?
Los Angeles Lakers' coach Phil Jackson uses small fines to create deterrents for bad behavior in his players.
Sen. Judd Gregg (R) of New Hampshire and Sen. Ron Wyden (D) introduced tax code reform legislation Tuesday in Washington. Their reforms are a step in the right direction, but are far from bold.
There are more banks currently on the FDIC's "problem list" than anytime in the last 17 years.
Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, penned a parable about a country that looks very much like the US. Its title? "Basically, it's over."