URS CEO Martin Koffel tells Fortune how his business still profits from nuclear power plants despite very few new plants being built.
Spirit Airlines CEO Bob Baldanza says that 'consumer apprehension' is driving travelers to Spirit Airlines, whose fare costs are lower than the majority of airlines.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Tennessee is 'offended' by the Congressional hearing on Apple's taxes, but Democratic Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan says the inquiry is necessary.
Despite high unemployment, Italian pizza chefs are ditching the profession and relying on Egyptians and other foreign workers to get the dough in the oven.
Jamie Dimon's reputation has taken a hit following a year of missteps at JPMorgan Chase.
Breast pumps are now covered by the Affordable Care Act, and the increase in demand has led to shortages.
Garment factory owners struggle to shake off the stigma of poor working conditions after the tragic collapse of rented facility that was not equipped for factory use.
Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says he bought AwesomenessTV, a YouTube channel, to target teens.
New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn tells women she stopped thinking about how she is viewed by others because then 'I'm not spending all of my brain doing.'