: Matthew Taylor, a former Goldman Sachs vice president and trader, was sentenced to nine months in prison by a federal judge in Manhattan for trying to cover up an $8.3 billion trade. More
New York's incoming mayor wants to expand a law that gives some low-wage workers pay when they call in sick.
Markets rebounded from a string of losses Friday as investors dig into a stronger than-expected jobs report that could determine when the Federal Reserve starts reducing its support for the economy.
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Pantone picks radiant orchid as the color of 2014.
President Obama's newest priority is making sure Congress extends federal unemployment insurance benefits another year.
Stronger than expected economic reports lead to jump in mortgage rates.
Microsoft shares sank after a Ford board member said Alan Mulally is not leaving the company anytime soon. That dampens investor hopes that Mulally would succeed Steve Ballmer as Microsoft CEO.
Income, gender, age and region are just a few of the factors that can affect how much customers tip workers in the service industry, according to a new survey by PayScale.com.
Apple and China Mobile have reportedly inked a long-anticipated deal that should make buying an iPhone easier for hundreds of millions of Chinese.
Stocks have surged this year and there has only been one relatively small pullback. That's why some investors think a larger sell-off is on the horizon.