Although proponents of the Volcker Rule say it will help end the era of "Too Big to Fail, some experts question whether the new financial regulation will do much good
If you've ever wished your arm was stronger, the robotic "titan arm" created by University of Pennsylvania engineering students may be just what you need.
If you want to pay less in taxes, act fast. CBS MoneyWatch's Ray Martin describes several financial moves you can make before 2013 is over that will lower the amount you owe next April.
Charitable donations this time of year feel good and can reduce the amount of 2013 taxes you'll owe next year
Expect more development in communities embracing trends that make living well easy
Stronger job growth means the central bank is likely to soon start withdrawing economic stimulus -- here's how that could affect average Americans
Saving for retirement? CBS News MoneyWatch contributor Steve Vernon says there's one thing that every investor should avoid when planning for retirement.
SigFig's new service promises to fix common portfolio mistakes and is free to accounts smaller than $10,000
With Barra's appointment as CEO, she becomes the first woman to break Detroit's glass ceiling
In being named the new CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra joins a group of other top female chief executives now making their mark in the corporate world
The social media stock closes above $50 a share for the first time
Federal regulators voted to approve the Volcker Rule, which bars banks from betting on the market with their own money
Company, formerly known as Liz Claiborne, wants to shift its focus on its Kate Spade brand
Seeing online games as a possible tool for terrorists, the NSA has monitored World of Warcraft and Second Life
According to Forbes, Adam Sandler commands an estimated $15 million for each film
Rent prices are up 6 percent over the past decade, while renter income has dropped 13 percent
Future iPhones could have a curved display, after Apple secures patent; Samsung and LG also developing curved screens
Doug Parker says merger -- to be complete in 2015 -- should not diminish, but rather enhance passenger experience
China industrial data and stronger U.S. hiring figures added to expectations of rising energy demand from the world's top two economies
Is your school on the list of the American universities where professors are the least likely to engage with their students
Coffee vendor made only 1,000 of its rose-tinted metal cards, and they sold out within minutes