How McDonald’s (Legally) Dodged $1.2B In Taxes
February 25 2015 3:50 PM EST
New report shows how the world’s largest fast-food chain can lower its European royalty tax bill from 27.5% to 0.4%
Lawsuits In Colorado Put Pot Businesses On Edge
February 25 2015 3:43 PM EST
Two lawsuits challenge the very existence of the state's young recreational marijuana industry.
Wage Theft Victims Struggle To Get Paid Back
February 25 2015 3:32 PM EST
A new report shows workers in New York state are owed $125 million due to wage theft.
Wall Street: Land Of The Fee
February 25 2015 3:07 PM EST
Americans lose billions in retirement savings because brokers don't have to act in their best interest.
Everything You Wanted To Know About Right-To-Work
February 25 2015 1:40 PM EST
Wisconsin lawmakers are now debating a right-to-work bill: Is it a job creator or a deceptive way to take advantage of workers?
US Stocks Hover Near Record Highs On Fed Chair's Testimony
February 25 2015 12:49 PM EST
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen continued to warn that a hike in interest rates would come later rather than sooner.
Chicago Mayor Trips Up In Election Upset
February 25 2015 10:58 AM EST
The Chicago Teachers Union, aided by broad discontent, is pushing Mayor Rahm Emanuel to the brink in his bid for re-election.
Insurers Try To Silence Hurricane Sandy Victims
February 25 2015 2:19 AM EST
FEMA settlement talks with Hurricane Sandy homeowners have been disrupted by demands from insurers.
Supreme Court Unites Religions vs. Abercrombie
February 24 2015 2:04 PM EST
In EEOC v. Abercrombie, the Supreme Court will consider religious rights in the workplace.
Fewer Americans Expect Pay Raises
February 24 2015 12:06 PM EST
Most U.S. workers see their incomes stagnant or shrinking, and the latest monthly consumer sentiment survey shows increasing cynicism about that.
US Stocks Hit All-Time Highs On Fed Chair's Testimony
February 24 2015 11:27 AM EST
Janet Yellen announced the central bank would not be increasing interest rates for the “next couple of FOMC meetings.”
‘The Housing Recovery Is Faltering’
February 24 2015 10:49 AM EST
The U.S. housing market has started the year somewhat disappointingly, with a tight housing supply pushing prices above the pace of inflation.
Home Depot's Profits Jump 36% As Housing Sector Recovery Gains Strength
February 24 2015 10:35 AM EST
The world’s largest home improvement retailer posted a 36 percent jump in quarterly earnings as an improving job market encouraged Americans to spend more on renovations.
Christie's Pension Cuts Ruled Illegal
February 23 2015 5:26 PM EST
A GOP-appointed judge says the New Jersey governor must comply with the pension law he backed in 2011 and make full payments.
Macy's, Target Earnings To Reveal Consumers' Financial Health
February 23 2015 3:17 PM EST
A steep drop in gasoline prices across the country is expected to boost retail spending at the end of 2014.
Wall Street Must Hold Brokers To Higher Standards, Obama Says
February 23 2015 3:03 PM EST
President Obama is endorsing rules that would force brokers who control $11 trillion in Americans’ retirement savings to act in their clients’ best interests.
Port Authority Exempts Christie Correspondence From Disclosure
February 23 2015 2:40 PM EST
Agency says correspondence between its officials and the New Jersey governor's office about a contract for Jerry Jones can remain secret.
When Wall Street Wins, The Economy Loses
February 23 2015 1:13 PM EST
New economic research describes how a swiftly growing financial sector actually hurts the real economy.
Wisconsin Labor Under Assault — Again
February 23 2015 12:51 PM EST
In an about-face, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says he supports a "right to work" bill that would cripple organized labor.
US Stocks Dip Ahead Of Yellen's Speech To Congress
February 23 2015 11:46 AM EST
Wall Street is looking ahead to congressional testimony from Janet Yellen who will discuss the U.S. economy's health.