Some say automation is the biggest job killer, while others say it's offshoring to places like China and Mexico -- who's right?
The financial reform law that Donald Trump calls a "disaster" has made a difference for many consumers. But it also has fallen short of its goals
President Trump has sold himself to America as the nation's chief executive, a billion-dollar dealmaker. What does his life as a high-profile businessman say about how he'll manage America?
Company that owns Burger King swallows fried chicken franchise; Verizon gets $350M discount on Yahoo; and Uber taps Eric Holder to lead probe. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Income inequality is rising globally, but how it impacts the world's two biggest economies may signal problems ahead.
They're called "adjustments to income" because they lower your gross income, and you don't have to itemize to claim them
As work demands keep climbing amid a tightening pool of top talent, employers are rolling out extra-deluxe benefits
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The IRS warns that a scam it uncovered last year involving corporate payroll departments continues to steal tax refunds
From duck attacks to missing underwear, these are the most absurd reasons employees have given for calling in sick
After months of extremely limited distribution, the video-recording sunglasses are now up for grabs
"Business journalism is never going to be the same,” said her colleague Neil Cavuto
Restaurant Brands International plans to gobble up another big name in the fast-food business with potential for expansions
Wireless provider will get discount on its purchase of the Internet company after multiple hacks exposed user data
Though overall fourth-quarter profit fell, the retail giant’s improvements in key areas have the stock jumping
If you're not sure what to do with your tax refund, take a look at what other taxpayers have planned
Daniel Lubetzky says his goal is to stop “biased science” from influencing nutrition policy
Transferring debt to a lower interest-rate credit card can help boost your credit -- if you go about it the right way
Atlanta and other cities eye their avenues as real-world labs for driverless vehicles navigating actual traffic
Some U.S. schools spend millions a year flying college coaches around the country to recruit athletes
U.S. food giant abruptly withdraws massive offer after European consumer goods maker says it's not interested
Female engineer alleges her prospects at the company evaporated when she complained about advances from her boss
Lawmakers are grappling with whether the government aid program should ban purchases of unhealthy food
Check out the residences where some of this year's Oscar nominees may stash their statues after Sunday's ceremony
Now's the time to do the work that's needed to make sure you get the education you want at a price you can afford
The House has passed legislation that denies millions the opportunity to gain workplace retirement savings plans
U.S. had half the top-five and was most clogged developed nation; being stuck in traffic cost U.S. drivers $300B last year, study shows