Tickets for the final game between Argentina and Germany could fetch over $20,000. FIFA warns that it will not tolerate scalping.
Richard Quest quizzes veteran taxi drivers from New York City and London about the streets and the peeps.
Oklahoma is experiencing an increase in the number of earthquakes and some scientists believe it may be caused by underground injection wells from oil and natural gas production.
New Orleans ranks #8 on CNNMoney's list of the Most Stressed Out Cities, but the Big Easy is calling on big business to help its turnaround.
Detroit ranks #2 on CNNMoney's list of the Most Stressed Out Cities, but the Motor City may be poised for a comeback.
A partner of FIFA, MATCH Hospitality CEO Ray Whelan has been accused of illegally scalping tickets through the company's travel site, which can come with a penalty of up to four years imprisonment
Despite heavy criticism of greed in capitalism from Pope Francis, the Vatican is hiring a trio of former Wall Street players to run its bank.
Marijuana businesses open their doors in Washington, the second state to end recreational marijuana prohibition. Meet some of the first people in line.
Disney, Twitter, Comcast, and others are represented at the annual Allen & Company Conference this week in Sun Valley Idaho. Powerful CEOs have the opportunity to interact and potentially broker major deals.