Jun 17: More builders say sales conditions are good rather than poor, confirming earlier signs of a housing recovery. More
U.K. authorities should launch a full investigation into Google's "manifestly artificial" corporate structures to ensure it is complying with tax law, a committee of lawmakers said Thursday.
Law enforcers are publicly calling on manufacturers to install "killswitch" technology that would render a stolen device useless.
Claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to further modest improvement in the job market.
Those enrolling in Obamacare's health insurance exchanges in California will pay $2,000 deductibles and $45 office visits if they buy a silver plan. Is that affordable?
Although there is massive potential for Iran to have a high-powered economy, the public has suffered substantially due to economic sanctions.
Some 30% of federal workers are eligible to retire in the next 3 years, a time when the government is already facing staffing shortages because of hiring freezes and the sequester.
Greece's state broadcaster ERT was taken off the air overnight Wednesday in a highly visible reminder of the country's continuing economic crisis.
Trucking companies already have a shortage of about 30,000 workers, and new federal rules that reduce driving hours could create a need for an additional 100,000 drivers.
Women in Wyoming earn only 67 cents for every $1 men earn. It's the state with the biggest income gap.
Student with a subsidized Stafford loan talks about the debt he faces and why Congress should extend the current interest rates of 3.4%.
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|Consumer confidence||June 25|
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|Manufacturing (ISM)||July 1|
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|Feds seize 14 7-Eleven stores in ID theft case|
|10,000 Apple accounts subject to data requests|
|Google stock split closer to reality|
|NASA selects more women astronauts|
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