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It wouldn't have been a proper New Year's Eve in the United States without Congress doing something ridiculous.
First, do you really need those extra cable channels showing reruns of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"?
The recent outlook from companies may give some investors reason for concern.
Part of what has made Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, such a successful investor is his capacity to recognize and admit to mistakes.
With the help of the fiscal cliff debacle, current Congress members will enter the record books as the least productive group of lawmakers in decades.
Headline labor market data is opaque and can often mask what's really going on in the economy.
The Federal Open Market Committee announced on December 18 that tapering would begin. Here's a guide to why it happened and what it means.
Sometimes you can have your cake and eat it, too. Here are some strategies to reduce your tax burden while saving for retirement.
Here are a few changes queued up for next year to keep in mind as you go about saving or preparing for retirement.
Tech industry titans are scheduled to meet with President Obama on Tuesday, and the NSA's surveillance programs will be part of the discussion.
It appears that September through December has been a pivotal time in shaping Americans' opinions on Obamacare.
There have been no successful security attacks to the Healthcare.gov website, according to a statement released Friday.
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 204,000 in October.
In an interview, NSA Chief and Director, General Keith Alexander provided his thoughts on the agency and how it operates. See the story for more details.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky announced that he will put a hold on Janet Yellen's Fed confirmation unless he can gain something for himself.
Americans were unable to ignore the political bickering in Washington, D.C. this month.
These stocks are moving the Dow now.
Eli Lilly has a 75 percent positive surprise history, having topped the whisper in 21 of the 28 earnings reports for which we have data.
General Electric has a 36 percent positive surprise history, having topped the whisper in 19 of the 52 earnings reports for which we have data.
Tech companies may be facing delays on smartphones and other devices as they remain unable to gain FCC approval on account of the government shutdown.