The American middle class has slipped from its perch as the world’s wealthiest
Few things are more effective than the simple strategy of starting your retirement savings when you're still young
AT&T wants to challenge video streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. The company will invest more than $500 million to buy and develop a streaming video brand or website. No specifics have been released yet.
As living and education costs rise, some students are going hungry. That's leading a growing number of colleges to open food pantries for students in need.
Latest car models shown off at China's international auto show
New technology is allowing more women to pause their biological clocks and start a family whenever they're ready.
Competition among card issuers is creating a bonanza for folks who want a little help paying for their summer vacation
One of the worst industrial accidents in modern history prompted calls for reform, but has anything changed?
A multi-year contract between HBO and Amazon brings the channel's most popular series, as well as classic movies to Prime Instant Video
Investors worked through another round of quarterly earnings reports from U.S. companies
Many colleges have opened food pantries to make sure that students don't go hungry
Sales plunged in the Midwest, South and West in March, but they rebounded in the Northeast
Boeing has backlog of 5,100 airplanes on order with a combined book value of $374 billion
Japanese automaker finished first last year with a record 9.98 million vehicles in sales
DOT: Highest average fares were in Huntsville, Ala., lowest were found in Long Beach, Calif.
Bad weather caused Delta to cancel more than 17,000 flights in January and February
Closely-watched survey has found business activity across the 18-country eurozone running at a three-year high
World's biggest consumer products maker cut its 2014 adjusted earnings forecast on Wednesday
Automakers are trying to appeal to local tastes in everything from paint colors to the scent of dealerships and new vehicles
Preliminary survey of Chinese manufacturers by HSBC showed contractions in new export orders and employment
Lost jobs, insufficient retirement savings, health problems -- aging baby boomers give multigenerational families a new twist