Portugal's economy has collapsed, and it looks like the country will be bailed out by the European Union
Japanese stocks have been going down for 21 years. They should do well whether or not the economy bounces back.
Consumer spending on items like cars, furniture, electronics, and home appliances fell from the previous month but is still 9 percent higher than a year ago.
After AT&T announced that it is buying T-Mobile, Sprint needs to weigh its options and figure out how to stay competitive.
Maine Governor Paul LePage is one of many Republicans across the country who is assaulting workers' rights and history to encourage business growth.
When Washington finally turns its attention back to Obama's 2012 proposal, people will start to notice all the conflicting tax proposals.
As long as a credit card is being paid off in full each month, your credit score will rise.
The Obama administration's low estimates for future deficits aren't sneaky, they're just overly optimistic.
One year ago, President Barack Obama signed a sweeping health-care law to fulfill a long-standing Democratic pledge to ensure health-care coverage for all Americans. Passage of the law was a major legislative victory for Obama and helped change the political landscape, but not always in the way Democrats had hoped. Republicans strongly opposed the law and successfully worked public skepticism about it into sweeping election victories in November. Here's a look at the uncertain future of the health care law:
New home sales numbers for February show a 28 percent drop from last year
Since it fell, the economy has been shoddily glued back together. But it still has more cracks than Humpty Dumpty.
The search engine has evolved into something much broader, and it's hard to say exactly what kind of company it is anymore.