A gift of the digital currency for the holidays could set someone on a path to riches, or accumulate dust in the closet
The Schwinn Sting-Ray, turntables and "Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific" shampoo find room under the tree
Retail chain works to design and produce innovative products that make their customers loyal to the brand. CBS News correspondent Don Dahler got an exclusive look at how Target focuses on growing its customer base.
MoneyWatch executive editor Amey Stone talks to Rob McIver, from the Jensen Funds, about what companies to look out for in the new year.
Charitable donations this time of year feel good and can reduce the amount of 2013 taxes you'll owe next year
Saving for retirement? CBS News MoneyWatch contributor Steve Vernon says there's one thing that every investor should avoid when planning for retirement.
The coming year is sure to bring higher prices for these five popular items, but you can sidestep the higher costs with a few smart moves
Federal Reserve will announce whether it will taper its $85 billion-a-month stimulus program on Wednesday afternoon
Meg Whitman's $1 salary at HP has been bumped up; but she's still made millions a year while company performance remains off
The online retailer is pushing Kindle tablets as fast as it can to keep its strong hold on media sales
CFO: Pretax profit will decline to between $7 billion to $8 billion next year, excluding special items
Majority of customers in a survey last year said the ability to make voice calls would make their experience worse, not better
Financial firm is trying to recover more than $1 billion tied to its purchase of Washington Mutual when that bank failed in 2008
Hackers are working overtime to separate you from your personal information and cash this holiday season -- here's how to protect yourself
Construction of single-family homes jumped 21 percent; apartment construction soared 26 percent
New research on the difference between male and female brains tells us how little we know
Customers continued to shift toward cheaper ground deliveries and away from overnight air
The credit-card debt collections operation allegedly went after customers to repay debts they didn’t owe
Cantor Fitizgerald, which lost nearly two-thirds of its employees on 9/11, agrees to deal with American Airlines, insurance carrires
Freshman Senator Elizabeth Warren introduces bill that would prohibit employers from checking job candidates' credit report