We looked at all the cool new stuff coming out this year, and rounded up our favorites to help keep you feeling positive about what the future holds.
A delay would not only affect health care in the US, it could have significant implications for a big 2017 tax bill.
Digital currency trading can be risky for investors, but in China's case, the risk extends to the rest of the economy, too.
The company once famous for its 'designed, cut and sewn in Los Angeles' motto now has a Canadian owner.
Iceland's WOW airlines woos American travelers across the Atlantic with cheap air fares.
The corporate tax is ripe for reform. The Republican tax reform proposal is an excellent way to kick-start the needed discussion.
Many iconic retail chains are cutting back these days. But one year after raising the wages of its retail staff, Wal-Mart is instead cutting back at the corporate level.
The United Nations Committee on World Farming Security approved policies with broad implications for livestock welfare.
If you’re thinking about refinancing but are hesitating because of interest rates, there’s something else to consider that can make a mortgage refinance worthwhile: rising property values.
A recent study suggests that ride-sharing services are so good at what they do, they could reduce New York's massive, roaming fleet of roughly 13,500 taxis significantly.
While it's possible to spend thousands on boutique classes and fancy yoga pants, it's also possible to get fit on the cheap.
Yahoo, once the most popular website in the United States, may no longer be known by its well-known moniker following a pending sale to Verizon for $4.8 billion.
From airfare to lodging to dining, Bali is amazingly inexpensive to visit. You could make your trip even cheaper by branching out to more remote areas of the island.
The future of the technology in the US appears to be manufacturers using diesels to improve efficiency in trucks, while turning to electrified powertrains to do the same in passenger cars.
Today, most parents are saving money for their children’s college education. Yet some 68 percent of students still graduate school with debt.
As sales of packaged foods decline, the booming pet foods and services sector has attracted global food companies.
The arrested Volkswagen executive Oliver Schmidt, who headed VW of America's regulatory compliance office from 2014 to March 2015, for wire fraud and conspiracy to defraud the US government.
In a deal worth $2.08 billion, the fast-food giant McDonald's is selling a controlling stake in its China business to a group of investors led by a state-owned conglomerate.
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