A “power revolution” in Britain will be promised by Nick Clegg as he tries to put his personal stamp on the Government.
The 376-point plunge in the Dow average Thursday was big, but the flash crash was bigger. Can the SEC keep it from happening again?
The increase, estimated to be at around 40 percent would be an erosion of value and a wealth tax in disguise. Here's some advice about what you should do before the increase.
Politics is turning anti-establishment because Americans blame the government for the slugging economic recovery. Until unemployment decreases, incumbents are in trouble.
A new study shows that small business owners highly value "being their own boss."
Wal-Mart announced the GE coffee maker recall after receiving 83 reports of overheating, burning, and fire.
Economist Paul Krugman said, Tuesday, that the US has a clear path to economic recovery.
Options for boosting your SAT scores range from a free sample SAT test to $1,000 prep courses. Do they really help?
Ancient Roman Senator Marcus Tullius Cicero spoke out against the welfare state, and ever since then politicians, economists and scholars have reeled against it.
Property prices have risen by as much as 100% in some parts of China over the last 12 month, leaving market watchers worrying about a bubble.
The latest data appears to indicate that the consumer is on the mend, it's important to note that retail spending is still far below the peak levels of 2006 and, in real terms, on par with the level seen in 1994.
The Senate may soon consider a pre-paid estate tax, which would not only save the wealthy lots of money, but would also continue the full employment of estate tax lawyers.
US consumers are seeing lower interest rates on mortgages, car loans, even credit cards, as investors flee the euro because of the Greek debt crisis.
The debt crisis will lower nominal national income while increasing the purchasing power of the US dollar.
Economic success has brought the country's most talented back to China. Economy plays strong part in return to motherland for many.
Small business owners often have other means of non-salary rewards and compensation than big businesses -- these perks could help attract part-time workers.
Chinese bankers hope to prevent disaster by curbing real estate development, but will their attempt at a "Soft Landing" work?