Insurers Manipulated Software To Underpay Sandy Victims: Lawsuit
March 13 2015 11:22 PM EDT
Insurance companies deliberately shortchanged homeowners by excluding sales tax from Sandy flood claims, new lawsuits allege.
Anti-Smoking Advocates Turn Their Focus To Developing Nations
March 13 2015 6:30 PM EDT
The number of smokers is growing at an alarming rate in some nations, tobacco control experts say.
Dow, S&P 500 Erase 2015 Gains Ahead Of Fed Meeting
March 13 2015 5:26 PM EDT
Economists look ahead to the Fed's two-day policy meeting next week, where they'll seek clues about any interest-rate hikes.
China's Carbon-Dioxide Emissions Actually Dropped Last Year
March 13 2015 10:17 AM EDT
Total carbon dioxide emissions in China fell 2 percent in 2014, the first decline in the country since 2001.
US Stocks Drop On Mixed Inflation Data
March 13 2015 10:01 AM EDT
Economists were looking ahead to a key consumer sentiment report released Friday morning.
Most Investment Bank Revenue Divorced From Real Economy
March 13 2015 8:46 AM EDT
Only about one-quarter of the cash flowing into global investment banks derives from activity in the real economy.
Dow Soars 260 Points As Mixed Data Ease Fed Fears
March 12 2015 4:17 PM EDT
The blue-chip index closed sharply higher Thursday as concerns over a looming hike in interest rates subsided.
Marijuana Industry Going High-End
March 12 2015 2:55 PM EDT
As more states go fully legal, pot entrepreneurs are finding ways to branch out into other sectors of the market.
Why Is The Euro Falling?
March 12 2015 2:36 PM EDT
Four factors are pushing the euro toward parity against the U.S. dollar in 2015.
Government’s Only Marijuana Farm Up For Bid
March 12 2015 1:52 PM EDT
The government is set to award a new contract for its 12-acre marijuana farm by the end of the month.
Dow Leaps Nearly 170 Points As Dollar Rally Pauses
March 12 2015 11:19 AM EDT
Economists also sorted through a batch of data that painted a mixed picture on the overall health of the U.S. economy.
Winter Blues Hurts Retailers Despite Low Gas Prices
March 12 2015 10:07 AM EDT
U.S. consumers unexpectedly spent less at retailers last month despite a steep drop in gasoline prices across America.
FEMA To Reopen Sandy Flood Insurance Claims
March 11 2015 11:13 PM EDT
New Jersey and New York lawmakers announced a sweeping Hurricane Sandy insurance claims review, as a top FEMA flood insurance official resigned.
Labor Force To Grow At LL Bean
March 11 2015 6:52 PM EDT
L.L. Bean CEO Chris McCormick says the company will triple the amount of stores it operates.
U.S. Banks Pass Fed's Stress Tests
March 11 2015 5:09 PM EDT
The Federal Reserve raised objections to two foreign-based banks in annual exams; Bank of America gets a re-do.
After Right-To-Work, Prevailing-Wage Laws A GOP Target
March 11 2015 2:53 PM EDT
Measures that set a floor on pay for state construction projects are on Republicans' chopping block.
Wall Street 2014 Bonuses: $28.5B
March 11 2015 2:35 PM EDT
Employees in New York City's financial industry pulled in nearly $30 billion in bonuses last year, the third straight year of growth.
State Democrats One-Up Cuomo On Wage Hike
March 11 2015 11:32 AM EDT
Assembly lawmakers endorsed a more ambitious wage increase than Gov. Andrew Cuomo had proposed.
Why Apple Stores Pay Less Rent
March 11 2015 9:24 AM EDT
The maker of the iPhone and other tech gadgets has replaced department stores as the main driver to American shopping malls.
Not Everyone Believes A Bangladesh Worker Safety Report Is True
March 10 2015 4:57 PM EDT
Labor conditions have improved in Bangladesh's garment industry, according to a report.