Millions of dollars are at stake in a copyright suit concerning the 120-year-old tune, and the ruling could set a precedent
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Planning your retirement? Here's how the states stack up when it comes to living costs, crime, taxes, weather and health care
It's the time of the year when thoughts turn to spring cleaning
"There should be more outrage" says the author of an important new book exploring the class divides reshaping the U.S.
For the truest picture of the recovery, it's vital to examine how Americans are faring at the state level
Mustaches, Pabst Blue Ribbon and a stylish intellectualism are gaining favor across the country, one study finds
See the cars that are turning heads at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show
This budget won't limit you to dilapidated homes -- but it all depends on where you look, so shop carefully
Not living close to where the jobs are helps perpetuate socio-economic divergences across generations
Yet consumers are still spending at a healthy clip despite winter chill and rising gas prices
Former CEO Alan Mulally earned $22 million in his final year at the company, a 5 percent drop
Company also enters into partnership with shipbuilders that will add nine new cruise ships to its fleet between 2019 and 2022
Flanges that hold the rear wheel can crack if bolts are too tight; recall is expected to begin April 21
Marketing consultant: "The problem many companies have is not understanding the customer's point of view"
Economists are looking for an even weaker showing in the first quarter as severe winter weather takes a toll on the economy
Futures pointed to a fifth day of losses on Wall Street: Dow futures were down 0.1 percent
Growing consumer demand for healthier sweeteners has some big businesses moving into a traditional, small-farm industry
U.S. Department of Labor investigation uncovers widespread violations of federal minimum wage rules in the Garden State
Former Morgan Stanley executive is set for a massive pay package when she joins the search giant in May
Real estate prices have outpaced wage growth -- sometimes by extraordinary amounts -- in three-quarters of the country
Enrollment at country's biggest for-profit university has plunged, but executives say it's part of a plan
In focusing on apps, the social network is building out its ecosystem and taking the fight to Apple and Google
Consumer financial watchdog proposes rules on payday lenders
Speed or cross a state line in a rental car and you could be slapped with a fine -- but there is something you can do to protect yourself
April 15 is rapidly approaching, and you know you have to file a tax return, but does your teen have to?
Recall fiasco resulted in more than 10 million vehicles being recalled around the world, mostly in the U.S.