May 20: Apple executives including CEO Tim Cook are due to appear before a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday, as lawmaker study how multinationals keep profits offshore for tax purposes. More
A scandal is brewing in Europe that could rival the Libor controversy, as the European Commission says it's probing suspected attempts to manipulate global oil prices.
The Internal Revenue Service scandal couldn't have come at a worse time for the nation's 2 million federal workers, who are desperate to end furloughs and get their first raise in nearly three years.
These millennials take issue with the 'entitled' stigma - and no, they aren't just whining.
U.S. officials froze the financial accounts of Bitcoin's biggest exchange, accusing it of transmitting money without a license.
Borrowers in West Virginia appear to be having the toughest time paying back student loans while delinquencies are pretty low in South Dakota. Check where it is in your state.
The latest data shows European car sales grew in April for the first time since September 2011.
Costs add up fast for retirees who aren't yet eligible for Medicare.
The U.S. Treasury on Friday will employ the first of several "extraordinary measures" to keep the country's borrowing from breaching the debt ceiling. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew may soon issue a letter formally notifying Congress.
France wants to see the creation of a eurozone government within two years to help lift the region out of its economic slump.
The Internal Revenue Service group under fire for giving extra scrutiny to conservative groups was overworked, understaffed and lacked a layer of experienced middle managers to sound alarms, say former colleagues.
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