A host of reasons, from geopolitics to Japanese monetary policy to midterm U.S. elections, add up to volatility sticking around
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CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger reviews how taxpayers can get help with their taxes despite big budget cuts at the Internal Revenue Service.
The Better Business Bureau says that fraudsters claiming to work for the video-streaming service are trying to swindle victims out of their cash and private information.
The policy is designed to keep workers happy and motivated. The ones who aren’t can take the money and leave
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So far, they've held up, but investors will be watching April's results closely for signs that consumers are getting scared off
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Maker of popular tax prep software is reportedly lobbying against the idea of “return-free” tax filing
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But note, they're in the bankrupt city of Detroit, which is auctioning off the houses as part of its battle against blight
Trying to raise revenue, financially struggling cities around the U.S. are hitting travelers in the pocketbook
Investors were weighing rising tensions in Ukraine and a survey showing that homebuilders' confidence in the housing market remains low
Builders recently have complained that they can't find enough workers or lots to build on
Fed chair believes current rules governing how much capital banks must hold in case of losses do not address all threats
Food prices jumped 0.4 percent, led by increases in eggs, milk, butter, oranges, pork chops, ground beef and poultry
Can employers benefit from recruiting workers diagnosed with autism?
Company plans to slash costs and put the savings into marketing in the year ahead