A run by U.S. oil prices toward $50 a barrel ran out of steam on persistent concerns of oversupply.
Nearly 30 years since it first aired, Baywatch, is hitting theaters Friday in the first wave of hot box office movies for summer 2017.
U.S. military families have a friend in Fisher House.
For those who think they will be able to live off their inheritance, think again. Banking on your parents leaving you money is a dangerous thing, according to a retirement expert.
The head of the European Central Bank says while the economy of the 19-nation eurozone is improving, it still needs substantial stimulus.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh have announced a tuition-free college program.
Scientists and people living in back-bay areas behind barrier islands in New Jersey and other places say flooding is increasing even as the problem gets less attention and money than flooding along the ocean.
A plan to cut Rhode Island's unpopular car taxes is being introduced in the state legislature.
Stock markets in Asia were treading water in holiday-thinned trading Monday as investors hunkered down ahead of a raft of economic data later this week that will provide fresh insight into the world economy.
With Wyoming's harsh winter weather in the past, work has resumed on a massive onshore wind development in the United States.
When insurance companies need to buy insurance for themselves, it's called reinsurance.
Sony and Microsoft are bucking convention with new consoles, and this is a good thing for the industry.
Like many consumer companies, China will either make or break this stock.
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Disney opens Pandora and Universal Orlando debuts Volcano Bay, but both ambitious expansions have their initial setbacks.
Sierra Wireless is still the best pure play for true believers of the IoT growth narrative.
The Dominican Republic minister of industry and commerce and seven other top-level officials have been detained in an international bribery scandal involving the Brazilian company Odebrecht.
Shares of Synergy are down, but things are looking up for this GI gem
Leaders of financially strapped Hartford are struggling to persuade state legislators facing their own budget crisis to come up with tens of millions of dollars in additional aid to help the city avoid bankruptcy and ultimately become economically stable.
The Mediterranean dining specialist tumbles after its first quarter with negative comps.
These three regional banks offer dividend yields that should only grow as time goes on.
Greece's finance minister insisted Monday that the country had met all its reform commitments, and that it was now up to international creditors to agree on how to make Greece's debt sustainable and help the nation emerge from its financial crisis.
E-commerce and changing shopping trends are sinking these aging retailers.
Too few homes are currently for sale.
Pro golfer Tiger Woods has been arrested on charges of driving while under the influence in Jupiter, Fla., according to multiple reports.
A fairly new investment option, interval funds are not for the faint of heart.
These five REITs have handily beat the market, and the future looks just as promising.
A new study predicts healthy growth in global luxury goods sales this year, even though the Manchester attack and changing U.S. travel policies bring uncertainty.
French leader Macron accuses 2 Russian media _ Russia Today and Sputnik _ of being "propaganda" outlets
French leader Macron accuses 2 Russian media — Russia Today and Sputnik — of being "propaganda" outlets.
Examining how Facebook and Sony are leading the virtual reality revolution, each in their own way.
New York college students can apply for the state's free tuition plan beginning June 7.
By James E. Wilson via Iris.xyz I recently came across a provocative article written by Greg Gutfeld titled “The Prison of Two Ideas” . While the article is mostly about political beliefs, the main theme carries over to the world of investing and personal finance as well. As Gutfeld explains, in modern parlance, you are either for or against…
Albanian residents and a non-governmental organization have filed a lawsuit against the government for giving a concession to build a hydropower station in a protected valley.
Industry malaise is taking its toll on the biggest name in sporting goods.
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Travelers with airlines in the British Airways group faced a third day of delays and cancellations, mainly on short-haul routes and in smaller numbers than over the weekend, when the company suffered a colossal IT failure.
The fast-casual chain's impressive seven-year streak of positive comps came to an end in the first quarter.
If you're planning a big vacation trip this summer, move over.
The biggest creditor of indebted Croatian food retailer Agrokor is in talks with the government over financial help.