4:24 pm: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the central bank should curtail its $85 billion a month in asset purchases later this year and end it in mid-2014 -- if the recovery stays on track. More
The population of multi-millionaires in little-known Chinese cities is growing at a breakneck pace, according to new research from WealthInsight.
U.S. oil output grew at the fastest pace ever last year, adding 1 million barrels per day and eroding OPEC's ability to control prices.
Government officials pointed to an alleged plot to bomb the New York Stock Exchange by way of justifying the controversial electronic surveillance programs that came to light earlier this month.
With the new signature, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's old, squiggly signature is dead.
HUD plans to cut field offices for some communities just now climbing out of the housing crisis.
The world's major developed economies committed Tuesday to step up their efforts to make individuals and companies pay the tax they owe.
The pace of home building gained steam in May, another sign of the housing market's recovery.
President Obama hinted Monday that he will not reappoint Ben Bernanke to a third term as Federal Reserve chairman.
Companies such as Coke, Ford and Visa are experiencing a bit of a shock as they enter Myanmar for the first time in decades.
Total costs for health care services, including everything from doctor visits and prescription drugs to surgeries, are expected to rise 6.5% in 2014, when the Affordable Care Act fully kicks in.
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