Its mission statement used to describe an agency responsible for developing 'sound, science-based standards.' But the word 'science' has recently vanished.
Setting clear goals can motivate you to take action, focus on what’s important, and steer clear of overspending.
Whether you’re looking for a digital platform to manage projects, or simply to share files, the tools that work for a corporation may be not be right for your 25-employee startup.
In addition to major revisions to Medicaid and other parts of the health care system, the new American Health Care Act proposes a number of changes to tax law. Here's what they are.
The athletic company has drawn praise from Muslim athletes who say they have too long been ignored by sportswear makers. But not everyone is as impressed by the company's latest product line.
According to a survey from ADP, February private payrolls grew by 298,000 jobs, far beyond economists' expectations for the month.
A statue of a little girl standing defiant in the path of Wall Street's iconic charging bull appeared in Lower Manhattan early Tuesday morning, as part of an advertising campaign with a broader message.
Beijing's taxi fleet includes around 70,000 taxis. It would cost about $1.3 billion to convert to electric power, according to reports.
A new analysis of the nation’s 20 largest metro areas by population found that commuters in eight cities could save a significant amount of money by using Uber to get to work.
From the first-ever computer programmer to the most successful kids' author of all time, these women affected the retail industry in profound ways.
What do Russia and the Affordable Care Act have to do with taxes? Everything.
Chinese regulators are considering cutting China's ambitious goals for sales of electric cars after industry complaints.
The United States is on the cusp of the largest retirement of farmers in history. A new book is full of inspiration to all who produce or care about the food system.
It’s not a surprise that people in their 20s and 30s wouldn’t have estate planning at the top of their minds. But that’s a big mistake, says one financial planner.
An Indian delegation to the United States is urging the White House to commit to the H1-B visa program, which helps Indian IT firms outsource tens of thousands of tech workers to the United States each year.
If you're a new parent, get stressed out easily, or have a complex tax return, the answer is probably no.
With the pain of the Great Recession over for many Americans, Gen Xers now must get to know their spending and saving weaknesses in order to address them and develop a thoughtful, disciplined approach to investing for the future.
Announced on Monday, the $2.33 billion deal marks the American company’s retreat from a major market and raises concerns of job cuts in Europe.