There’s reason for concern. Many apps share your private health information, and you may not be aware that they do.
Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan supports a free trade deal with the United Kingdom after it has separated from the European Union. This should indeed be a priority for the U.S.
Book review: Ever feel like a fish out of water at an office cocktail party when discussing the economy, or when someone brings up the gold standard? Thanks to Imogen Lloyd Webber, there’s now a new book that will rescue you from such awkward situations.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., the chairwoman of the House Republican Conference, on Tuesday introduced a new bill in the House to completely overhaul how the nation’s soldiers receive care from the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
New video shot this week and obtained by the FOX Business Network shows in gruesome detail how the meltdown in Venezuela is growing more desperate by the hour.
Even though the U.S. Post Office has lost more than $50 billion in the last nine years, an odd deal cut between the U.S. Postal Service and its government union has resulted in millions of tax dollars spent on post office workers who get paid for doing nothing.
According to experts, cyber hackers view small businesses as a soft, easy mark versus big blue chip companies which have ramped up their cyber firewalls.
GM’s historically low tax bill has flown under the radar screen in this presidential election season. How come the candidates aren’t debating how the GM bailout is a textbook case of crony capitalism?
A former president of the Federal Reserve just came out in support for negative interest rates, in effect, forcing consumers and companies to “pay to save.”
Fears are growing that the U.S. is on the cusp of a recession, and that's is why stock buybacks have never been more in focus, with 2016 now on pace to be one of the fastest starts on record for share repurchases.
Who does a recession hurt in a U.S. presidential election? Since the Civil War, all of the eight times the U.S. economy was in a recession, the incumbent party lost.
Businesses are bracing for a new rule backed by the White House that would force them to report to the federal government their worker pay broken down by gender and race in order to close pay gaps in the workplace.
With the hacks into the Ukraine power grid, and the latest cyber attack on Israel’s Electric Authority, attention has returned anew to the vulnerabilities of the U.S. power grid.
In a new report Goldman just called the bottom in oil.
States that collect "significant" severance tax revenues from the oil patch and the coal industry are now scrambling to deal with "revenue shortfalls," the U.S. Dept. of Energy says.
Although many stories have been published about this phenomenom, it’s an urban myth that college grads are stuck in jobs working as Starbucks baristas, says new analysis from the New York Federal Reserve.
Submarined deep in the transportation bill passed by Congress last December was a new power given to the IRS to collect taxes. If you have a federal tax debt of $50,000 or more, the IRS can get your passport cancelled.
The verdict is in, the blue sky crowd has been too much in control in the world of economic forecasting.
Ten months after a major hack into taxpayer information at the IRS, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration says the IRS is still working on bolstering its Internet sign-in procedures.
Officials from countries around the world recently signed off on the most important climate agreement since the Kyoto Protocol was signed in 1997. Wall Street is weighing in, with Goldman Sachs saying that it sees “the deal as a boost to the low carbon economy, now a fast-growing $600 billion-plus market.”