Shoe giant is counting on its faithful fans as it pushes the price of basketball footwear ever higher
Wholesale prices dropped in November for the third consecutive month. The Labor Department says the index that measures prices before they reach the consumer declined 0.1 percent in November. Cheaper gasoline and home heating oil costs helped push down prices, plus more MoneyWatch headlines. Marlie Hall reports.
Southwest Airlines CEO discusses the possibility of cell phones on flights, expanding to new markets, and the impact of American Airlines and US Airways merging.
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
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
Saving for retirement? CBS News MoneyWatch contributor Steve Vernon says there's one thing that every investor should avoid when planning for retirement.
Decline buoys supporters of the program, which is facing massive cuts by lawmakers
High unemployment and weak wage increases have made it difficult for businesses to raise prices
Beverage giant will split its North America business into two operating units, among other planned structural changes
Talking about retirement planning or end-of-life care this holiday season may not be cheery, but it can be a genuine gift for loved ones
Boeing has been negotiating with machinists as it evaluates potential production sites for its new 777X jet
Current CEO Paul Jacobs will become executive chairman and help guide development of new technology
Leaders said country faces problems including excess production capacity in some industries and environmental degradation
Any tapering is expected to be accompanied by a renewed commitment by the Fed to keep interest rates low
Controversial measure would be country's most dramatic energy reform in decades if approved by majority of states
Financial firm settles civil charges that it misled investors about risky mortgage bonds it sold ahead of the 2008 financial crisis
A year-long Senate investigation found that many government contractors are among the biggest labor law violators
With the stock market still flying high, buyout firms see opportune time to cash out of hotel chain, food service companies
Although most of the jobs created during the economic recovery have been lower-wage, some sectors pay well and are expected to grow next year
EPA: New cars, trucks sold last year got an average of 23.6 MPG; record came mainly through improvements to engines, transmissions