Dow gains 7 points after Obama's deficit speech. Stocks on the S&P up less than 1 point.
Credit-card swipe fees are high and unfair in the United States. Congress should get them changed.
'Extreme Couponing,' a new TLC show, may be a little, well, extreme. But anyone can save big with online coupons.
Stocks and commodities fall sharply, after Goldman warns of substantial pullback in oil prices. Dow loses 117 points.
Glenn Beck, a Fox News fixture since January 2009, announces that his daily talk show will end this year. Analysts suggest viewers and advertisers tired of his conspiracy theories and antics.
Dow rises 23 points to close at highest level in 34 months. But stocks on Nasdaq edge down.
Donald Trump has talked a lot about foreign policy this week, from Iraq and Iran to China. His views are pretty unorthodox.
Oil prices rise to highs not seen since 2008. But the impact of those oil prices has yet to be felt on the stock market. Are companies using inflation fears to their own advantage?
The Supreme Court is considering a class-action lawsuit from more than one million women claiming sex discrimination. Here is a snapshot of how women are faring in the workplace.
Supreme Court justices ask: How can you determine damages for each woman in the class-action suit against Wal-Mart? Some 1.5 million women are suing Wal-Mart on sex-discrimination claims.