The digital technology sector occupies a central role in the economy — accounting for 6 percent of total U.S. gross domestic product, new data confirm. But its impact on employment is less certain.
The Federal Reserve’s rate-setting committee is scheduled to announce monetary policy decisions and weigh in on the state of the economy Wednesday.
American billionaires — particularly those on Wall Street — have grown richer, faster. The reason: rents.
The price of a charity meal with the Oracle of Omaha has risen from $25,000 in 2000 to more than $2 million last year. This year’s auction ends Friday.
Numerous records requests for documents from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state have been delayed until after the presidential election.
There are seven countries in the European Union that must adopt the currency one day but remain in limbo. Here’s why they’re still not on board.
A British referendum on leaving the European Union has Chinese investors increasingly nervous about the results.
“I would expect a protracted recession to begin within 18 months” of a Trump election, the former Treasury secretary warns.
Hiring fell sharply last month, raising concerns about the U.S. labor market. Here are three takeaways from Friday’s government report.
Federal Reserve officials outlined Thursday how new federal requirements on the largest banks could force major financial institutions to split up.
A group of top industry groups filed suit Thursday to try to block the Obama administration’s incoming rules intended to protect retirement savers.
Friday’s jobs report is the last one Fed officials will see before their June meeting. From Verizon strikers to wages, here’s what they might be watching for.
The telecom company and a union representing 40,000 of its workers brokered a provisional agreement Friday, ending a six-week strike.
The Commerce Department said U.S. gross domestic product in the first quarter grew at a 0.8 percent pace, up from the previous estimate of 0.5 percent.
In the wake of an up-and-down first quarter, the Federal Reserve has markets bracing for a potential rate hike in June. But the economic picture isn’t so clear.
Shareholders at annual meetings Wednesday shot down measures requesting the energy giants to disclosure how they would respond to global efforts to limit climate change.
Accusations are flying in Washington over ever-lengthening security lines. But there’s one big reason why the TSA’s situation has grown so dismal.
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel secretly funded Hulk Hogan’s successful lawsuit against the site, a report says.
Investors are pushing Exxon Mobil and Chevron to improve their climate change risk outlooks. But top money managers have yet to exercise their pull.
American companies are sitting on a mountain of cash, much of it held abroad to avoid paying taxes on repatriated overseas earnings.