Republicans are selling a corporate tax cut as a way to help the middle class and make American businesses more competitive.
1. Japan election landslide: Investors are cheering a clear election victory by the ruling coalition of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Justin Timberlake is returning to the Super Bowl stage for the first time since Janet Jackson's notorious "wardrobe malfunction."
Malaysia Airlines is turning to a company insider to tackle one of the toughest jobs in the aviation industry.
A letter recovered from the body of a passenger on the Titanic has fetched $166,000 at auction.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Social Finance Inc discussed a potential sale earlier this year, including with financial services company Charles Schwab Corp, but the talks fell apart over the $8 billion price...
The influence of the Indiana liquor store industry extends far beyond mere campaign cash.
Restrictions would take place during peak commuting hours.
Finding migrant workers to clear the orchards is getting increasingly difficult.
The New York Times backed its story: 'This article... is accurate and deeply reported and we welcome any challenge to the facts.'
"I think it's horrifying and outrageous."
Losing your job is tough, but you can make finding the next one easier.
Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs jokes that before she even says hello to Americans, she reminds them that Canada is the largest market for American-made goods.
The move would allow the electric car maker to slash production costs.
Star tech fund manager fired, second employee pushed to resign following allegations.
Jemele Hill will return to ESPN on Monday after a two-week suspension that she said was "deserved."
Adobe and Microsoft have both sunset the technologies. But websites still use them.
The 7% ABV IPA from Reuben's Brews uses more caramel than chocolate malts to good effect.
1. High-flying stocks: The hype has been building for months. Now Amazon and the four leaders of the scorching-hot Dow will have to deliver.
Conventional wisdom sees “expensive” stocks as bearish. But beware of conventional wisdom. It rarely works.
As we age we tend to learn less. Studies show that people think they are smarter than they think they are.
When ghosts and goblins run amok, only people with the right insurance will be in luck.
Tesla had criticized the magazine over findings of its annual reliability survey
Because add-on prices are inconsistent, it appears they discriminate against Latinos
Prices will start at $35.200
$32 million. Bill O'Reilly paid $32 million to a Fox News colleague who threatened to sue him for alleged sexual misconduct.
Westminster Village North, a nursing home and retirement community in Indianapolis, recently added 25 beds and two kitchens to speed food delivery to residents. It also redesigned patient rooms to ease wheelchair use and added Wi-Fi and flatscreen televisions.
AT&T and a Google-born moonshot project have teamed up to beam cell service to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico from giant floating balloons.
The wildfires scorching Northern California have burned down at least 34 marijuana farms, just as the state prepares to launch a legal recreational marijuana industry.
The fast-food chain known for having "the meats," is putting its money where its mouth is this year with the release of venison sandwiches nationwide, and elk sandwiches in select markets.
Eva Echeverria, who used the powder for decades, alleged that the company failed to adequately warn about talcum powder’s potential cancer risks.
Before you pick a Medicare Advantage plan, check to see if the plan type is best for you.
You will need some luck to ensure financial success in early retirement.
The number of uninsured Americans has risen to a three-year high after falling for years thanks in large part to Obamacare.
The federal deficit for fiscal year 2017, which ended last month, hit $666 billion, according to new numbers released Friday by the Treasury Department and White House budget office.
These are trying times for retail. Hudson's Bay Company -- which owns the Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor department stores -- is no exception.
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Journalist Kim Masters remembers the first time she met Harvey Weinstein in person.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Marc Faber, the markets prognosticator known as "Dr. Doom," has been dismissed from three more company boards after comments in his latest newsletter this week suggested the...
House Speaker Paul Ryan broke a bit of tax news Friday when he said that House Republicans plan to propose a new top income tax rate for high earners.
Amazon is looking for a second headquarters in North America. But does anywhere outside the U.S. have a shot?
LONDON/BOSTON (Reuters) - Nine months into leading the world's biggest packaged food company, Nestle SA Chief Executive Mark Schneider got a tentative thumbs-up from a prominent investor, who...
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Are unsuspecting seniors around the United States being scooped up without warning from their homes, placed in nursing homes and having their possessions taken away?
(In ninth and 10th paragraphs, this Oct 19 story corrects to show earnings were higher than analysts' estimates on an adjusted basis.)
BOSTON (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Daniel Loeb's hedge fund Third Point LLC bought a stake in Dover Corp during the third quarter and is urging the industrial conglomerate to sell off its energy...
BOSTON (Reuters) - Activist investor William Ackman, currently battling for board seats at Automatic Data Processing Inc , on Thursday said the human resource software company should buy rival...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. fund investors regained an appetite for risk over the last week, rushing into U.S. and emerging-market stocks, according to data on Thursday from Lipper.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Fidelity Investments has cut exposure to red-hot emerging markets stocks in its age-based retirement funds while putting more money into Canadian stocks and U.S. government bonds.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Companies are preparing for a future without a crucial lending benchmark, adding language to their leveraged loan documents that allow them to choose an alternative rate,...