In this August 1999 photo of Jill Barad, chairman and CEO of Mattel Inc. unveils the design of the new US Postal Service Barbie doll stamp at the Mattel headquarters in El Segundo, CA. The new stamp is part of the "Celebrate the Century" series for the 1960's.
The online gift-card resale market is thriving. Trent Hamm explores the market and how it can save you money.
Penny Pritzker is first member of the wealthy family to accept a federal post. President Obama has nominated Penny Pritzker as Commerce secretary.
Be polite even though I'm super rich and busy? Sara Jane Ho puts China's very important people to a global test.
To rent or own, that is the question posed by the burgeoning sharing economy. For a growing population engaged in this high-tech, low-cost 'collaborative economy,' access to cars, clothes, cuisine – or even a cat – is better than ownership.
Current TV has fired cable network broadcaster Keith Olbermann citing a lack of "respect, openness, collegiality, and loyalty to our viewers." Olbermann had been with Current TV for less than a year, and he had a volatile relationship with MSNBC before that.
Wall Street protests have spread from New York to Boston to San Francisco. Occupy Wall Street activists are getting attention by holding sit-ins and dressing up as zombies, but are they on message?
New York will offer free land and up to $100 million in infrastructure funds to a university willing to establish a world-class, high-tech school in the city, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Tuesday.