Decline buoys supporters of the program, which is facing massive cuts by lawmakers
A wine dealer is accused of cheating collectors out of millions by selling counterfeit wine corked up in bottles with fake labels.
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
Bullish stock market, rebound in home prices boosted household wealth this summer by $1.3 billion, Federal Reserve says
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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.
Although Amazon.com's $79 a year membership service has been a hit with customers, there are ways to get equivalent services -- for free
EPA: New cars, trucks sold last year got an average of 23.6 MPG; record came mainly through improvements to engines, transmissions
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PepsiCo has since been looking to dream up restaurant dishes featuring its popular snacks
Billions of dollars of Facebook stock must be purchased over the next few days
Consumers ramped up spending in November on cars, appliances and furniture and made more purchases online
Largest increase in more than a year; surge could be a troubling sign if it lasts
Fall reported by the EU's statistics office, Eurostat, was unexpected and affected all sectors, notably energy
RealtyTrac: Overall, completed foreclosures sank to the lowest level since July 2007
Yoga clothing maker said it expects a key sales figure to be flat in the next quarter
North American airlines are expected to make the biggest profit next year, but see only a modest increase in demand for flight travel
Reports depicting Foxconn plants as inhumane sweatshops prompted Apple to hold its foreign contractors to higher standards
An apparent budget deal in Congress reinforced expectations the Fed will cut its monetary stimulus as early as next week
The company is expanding its grocery business, and so far it's undercutting some of its larger rivals on price