- French Oil Company Halts Project With Russia's Lukoil Over Western Sanctions
September 23 2014 9:11 AM
The project to explore for Siberian shale oil is yet another Russian energy venture scotched because of western sanctions.
- 'Greenest Building On The Planet'
September 22 2014 4:52 PM
Apple's Tim Cook spoke about the company's new HQ at a Climate Week event in New York City.
- Fossil Fuel Divestment Is Pocket Change To Oil And Gas Industry
September 22 2014 2:05 PM
The global movement to divest from fossil fuels, which has gained momentum ahead of a climate summit, is geared toward starting a political discussion.
- Generation Xers Are Poorer Than Their Parents
September 22 2014 10:49 AM
New research shows those born after baby boomers and before millennials have less wealth than their parents. That might be a first.
- General Motors Recalls 220,000 Vehicles
September 22 2014 8:39 AM
The recall affects more than 220,000 cars.
- Diverse Coalition Demands Action On Climate Change
September 21 2014 6:02 PM
The People's Climate March included scientists, students, religious representatives, farmers, musicians, politicians and celebrities.
- Spanish Regional President Calls Vote On Independence
September 21 2014 10:10 AM
The wealthy industrial region of Catalonia could hold a vote on independence similar to the one in Scotland.
- Fed To Cut Bond Buying, Hold Interest Rates Low For 'Considerable Time'
September 17 2014 2:20 PM
The doves remain in solid control of the U.S. central bank, meaning more cheap money for Wall Street, until at least next year.
- Federal Reserve Expected To End Bond Buying
September 17 2014 11:33 AM
The doves remain in solid control of the U.S. central bank, meaning more cheap money for Wall Street.
- As Wages Increase, Americans Still Stretch Their Dollars
September 17 2014 10:23 AM
Earnings rose the most in two years, but economists still say growth is soft and a bit disappointing.
- One In Seven American Women Lived In Poverty Last Year
September 16 2014 4:50 PM
The poverty rate for American women is at a two-decade high.
- Minimum Pension Law Would Pad Retirement Savings: Think Tank
September 16 2014 4:49 PM
Only two-thirds of Americans have any retirement savings and many aren't saving enough.
- Recovery? Poor And Middle Class Not Feeling It
September 16 2014 12:41 PM
The latest U.S. Census Bureau data show that median household incomes and the poverty rate haven't recovered from the recession.
- South Dakota's Portion Of Keystone XL Has Doubled In Cost
September 16 2014 8:41 AM
The revised cost estimate for South Dakota's portion, after four years of waiting for federal approval, is nearly $2 billion.
- High School Students Who Work Earn More Later
September 15 2014 2:38 PM
High school seniors who work part time earn more on average five to 10 years after graduation than their peers who don't work.
- Rising US Income Inequality Hurting State Tax Revenues
September 15 2014 9:25 AM
A Standard & Poor's report says that "when the economy operates below its potential, state tax revenues tend to suffer."
- Which Costs Have Climbed The Most For Americans In The Last 15 Years?
September 13 2014 4:13 PM
Health-care costs shot up by 85 percent and fuel costs more than doubled during the past 15 years.
- US Retail Sales Rose Broadly In August
September 12 2014 10:40 AM
Americans are spending more on discretionary items, showing they are more confident about their finances.
- Asian Stocks Have Longest Losing Streak In More Than 4 Years
September 12 2014 10:24 AM
Investors are weighing Russia's conflict with the West and a weakening Chinese economy.
- US Drugmaker Akorn Weighing Bid That Would Move Taxes Overseas
September 12 2014 9:11 AM
The deal would put Akorn on a growing list of U.S. companies that have reincorporated overseas for lower taxes.