Here's a state-by-state look at how much higher interest costs add to monthly and total mortgage payments
Over its 130-year history, Sears has sold watches, clothes, farm machinery, appliances and even houses. A "disruptive" force in the retail industry, it changed how Americans shopped
We take you inside the self-driving car program operated by Waymo, as the company prepares to launch the nation's first self-driving taxi service
Allison Schickel, founder of medical garment company The Brobe, joined CBSN to share her experience building a small business that now exports to several countries outside the U.S.
John Carlin, former assistant attorney general for national security in the Obama administration, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the book he co-authored, "Dawn of the Code War: America's Battle Against Russia, China, and the Rising Global Cyber Threat"
Forbes released their Forbes 400 list, detailing the richest Americans. These are the richest people in the world
In the world of cryptocurrency, money is power, sparking a gold rush wherever energy is cheap and abundant. A booming cryptocurrency mining industry is disrupting a small town in Washington state
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Business owners with an optimistic outlook earn 30 percent less than more downbeat colleagues
Making the wrong choices can leave you on the hook for thousand of dollars in uncovered medical expenses
The Microsoft co-founder transformed computing, while his later ambitions tackled problems such as climate change
Ride-hailing company continues to hemorrhage money and isn't expected to turn a profit for years
Lottery players are more likely to date a millionaire -- or even become a millionaire through savings -- than win combined jackpot
Eddie Lampert built a fortune on savvy investments, but stumbled badly when he merged Sears and Kmart
Peter Franchot says Anheuser-Busch offering before University of Maryland's homecoming weekend was marketing binge drinking to college students
Consumer Federation of America objects to "geographic pricing," saying it "should be sharply limited or eliminated"
The once-Great American Retailer limps into bankruptcy court with plan to keep just 700 Sears and Kmart stores open
Earlier this month, Allen announced that he was again suffering from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
A ballot initiative backed by at least one top CEO is the latest battle between business and social services advocates
The drug industry has offered to list drug prices on a website, but not in TV commercials
Bezos was a surprise speaker at the Wired25 conference in San Francisco on Monday
Once the biggest retailer in the world, it pioneered everything from home delivery to product testing
Tax cuts have eaten into U.S. government revenue just as spending has risen in Washington -- not the wisest combo
U.S. health officials issued more than 700 warnings in the last decade about dietary supplements containing ingredients they shouldn't have
Barley, a key ingredient in brewskis, is one of the most heat sensitive crops known to science
Even doubling how much American workers earn per hour would still leave millions struggling to get by
Health, energy and retailer stocks also drop as the companies that drove U.S. market higher this year continue to struggle
In 2008, college student June Zhang nearly died from septic shock. Now, she runs a web-based health and wellness business.