The language to describe long-term and short-term budgets in the US is confusing
Skippy peanut butter recall affects some reduced-fat jars of peanut butter. The company says no illnesses have been linked to contaminated Skippy peanut butter.
Many young people are leaving the country forever and leaving Ireland with a pile of debt
Bringing British-style supermarkets to India could increase the country's food supply.
Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism is one of the great works of social science.
Stock market news is downbeat as traders, investors worldwide worry about rising oil prices, slowing growth.
Spring break deals are popping in Panama City Beach, Fla. Airboat tours, limousine rides, and hot wings are some of the spring break deals available to students.
Wis. layoffs: Governor says he's sending layoff notices. Thousands of state workers face pink slips in fight over Wis. layoffs.
Airline pretzels are the latest freebie to disappear from some airlines. With no more airline pretzels, can carriers' profits really soar?
BlackBerry has another challenge ahead of the launch of their new PlayBook tablet - the head of RIM's marketing is leaving the company. After losing brand cachet, can the company catch up?
Car recalls are made for all kinds of reasons. But of all Mazda's car recalls, this one is perhaps the strangest
Making your own basic supplies, like laundry detergent, oatmeal packets, and toothpaste can help save you money and teach you skills.
Dow Jones falls 88 points after falling nearly 180 points. Stocks on S&P and Nasdaq also pare losses at the close.
Carbon emissions trading gains wider acceptance among European power companies and heavy industries. But so far, carbon emissions trading has had only a marginal impact in reducing emissions.
McLobster rumor: The sandwich, which appears seasonally at some New England and eastern Canadian McDonalds, was supposed to go nationwide. The chain has tweeted that the rumors are false. But that's all right, there are more McDelicacies to be made. Here are the Top 5 items that we'd like to see added to the McDonalds menu.
The US dollar ranks behind the British pound, the euro, the Swiss franc, the Canadian dollar, and the Australian dollar.
Not only did the unemployment rate fall, but the US economy added 192,000 jobs in February. But economists view the numbers differently.
The film gives a realistic look at how job loss can cause loss of identity and purpose.
Governments are replacing paper checks with debit cards to disburse all kinds of benefits. But the cards have fees. Is that fair?
At 8.9 percent, unemployment is still high. But in some industries, jobs are available with no skilled workers to fill them.