Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones says, controversially, once women have kids, their investment prowess is 'overwhelmed.'
Fans of the previously cancelled sitcom can cheer as Netflix airs a new season of the show online.
The city of Moore, Oklahoma, devastated by a tornado, says getting federal funding for safe rooms before the destruction was too difficult.
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.
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.
Myriad Genetics has patents on the two mutated genes that prompted Angelina Jolie to undergo a mastectomy, which critics say obstructs the research needed to find a cure for breast cancer.
Facebook's historic IPO was marred by its botched entrance on the Nasdaq one year ago but the stock has stabilized thanks to progress in mobile.
As the Dow and S&P 500 both hit record highs, some investors are wary of the rally while others are finding value in stocks that are lagging behind.
Major brands are starting to invest in the Kurdish region of Iraq after seeing local fast-food chains succeed.
The Internal Revenue Service is under fire for targeting Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status.
Growing weed indoors isn't very green. But with marijuana legalization in Washington State, some hope to move cannabis production outside and under the sun.
A thousand pieces of Beach Boys memorabilia, including handwritten songs, were found in a storage locker and are now up for auction.
Eight-time Grammy winner Lauryn Hill is sentenced to three months in prison for failing to file tax returns on nearly $1.8 million of income.
Touted as the 'largest shopping mall in the world,' the New South China Mall sits virtually empty as a result of low demand and over-ambitious building.
Every year, investors flock from around the world to hear billionaire Warren Buffett discuss his company and the broader economy.
Companies are relying more and more on skilled freelance laborers in order to cut costs. These laborers, however, generally don't report their cash earnings.
After a building collapse in Bangladesh killed over 400 workers, retailers are under pressure to improve overseas manufacturing standards.
165,00 jobs were created in April thanks to robust hiring in the retail and hospitality sectors, sending the unemployment rate down to 7.5%.
The collapsed building in Bangladesh which killed nearly 400 people was home to several garment companies producing inexpensive clothing.
In the seven days after the Boston Marathon bombings, online crowdfunding funneled $25 million in donations to charities.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's social media presence includes an account many didn't know he had: photo-sharing platform, Instagram.
Wartime prime minister of the United Kingdom, Sir Winston Churchill will soon be in the pockets of millions.
Residents of historic Avila, Spain have an unemployment rate of 26%, and face the prospect of long-term joblessness as local factories continue to close.
Air travelers are waiting around longer as federal budget cuts take some air traffic controllers out of the tower.
Reporting a job loss or major medical expense are two ways college students can get more out of a financial aid offer.
A girl band adjusting their skirt lengths in line with the rising Nikkei is an example of the pop culture surrounding 'Abenomics', named after prime minister Shinzo Abe.
Nick Leeson's 'rogue' trading brought about the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995. Now he's back helping people who were bankrupted by the financial crisis.
April 20th has been a big day for the cannabis industry for years, but with marijuana now legal in Washington, people were celebrating in force.
Jeff Howe and his wife, Alysia, struggle with the financial challenges of raising a severely autistic child.
Medicine is getting a small dose of high-tech with new apps to help both doctors and patients.
British grocery retailer Tesco pulls out of the U.S. market after failing to make a profit. Some analysts blame the company's poor judgment of U.S. consumer tastes.
Shanghai officials are battling skyrocketing real estate prices by imposing new measures, including limits on multiple property purchases.
Sinking gold prices do not worry gold dealers like Ken Edwards. He says quantitative easing and market uncertainty will drive gold prices higher in the long term.
The proposed $3 million cap on savings could cost the government more in the long run if savers pull away from stashing money away for retirement.
The deadline for filing taxes is here and many companies are offering free items to help you get through the day.
160 years ago, Eijah Otis invented a device that prevents elevators from plunging, allowing for modern-day skyscrapers.
At one New York City bar, customers can pay for their drinks with the volatile online currency.
New York City used to have a rental assistance program that cost $10,000 a year per family. But that program was cut, and taxpayers now pay more than twice that to house a family in a shelter.
In a sad trend that might remind you of the Great Depression, some Italians are committing suicide because they can't pay their bills and taxes.
According to one watchdog group, cases of food fraud are up 60% this year, as suppliers battle rising costs by replacing key ingredients with cheaper ones.
What if technology could keep guns out of the wrong hands? Some are developing 'smart guns' that may do just that.
Federal budget constraints have forced the Blue Angels to cancel a year of performances for the first time since the Korean War.
The town of Ilion, New York would be devastated if the Remington Arms factory shut down. But will a recent tragedy affect how residents feel about guns?
From swimming pools to dental implants, here are some of the most bizarre deductions tax preparers have seen.
CAE Inc. in Oslo, Norway has developed an aircraft turbulence simulator that trains pilots on how to navigate through bad weather.
Jay-Z and Beyonce are among a growing number of American tourists taking advantage of eased U.S. travel restrictions to Cuba.
As the Dow ends its best first quarter in five years, some investors suggest cashing out now before the market corrects itself.
British retirees are increasingly looking to start their own businesses instead of sitting on their retirement.