Bad markets, bad behavior, tainted water, taxes and woes at Wal-Mart top FOXBusiness.com's list of the 10 most read stories of 2015.
U.S. equity markets capped a tumultuous trading day on August 24 solidly in negative territory after shedding about $812 billion in market value.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots may have won Super Bowl XLIX, but the Internal Revenue Service is about to sack the MVP quarterback.
The Internal Revenue Service may have found 6,400 emails from Lois Lerner, who oversaw the tax agency’s Exempt Organizations Unit.
Serial tax avoidance appears to be a hallmark of Al Sharpton’s operations. But there’s a warning here: Others have gone to prison for lesser amounts.
Tiania Fough was boarding her connecting flight home to Oregon when she was abruptly kicked off her American Airlines flight. During an interview with FOX Business Network’s Sandra Smith, Fough shared her side of the story.
Niagara Bottling issues a voluntary recall after a Pennsylvania spring found traces of E. coli.
When Hillary Clinton launched her campaign last April, she was widely expected to win her party’s nomination. But the past six months have been dominated by questions about her honesty and ethics, and have seen her poll numbers fall precipitously.
A six-month investigation by the FOX Business Network into the hiring and training of air traffic controllers raises troubling questions about the nation’s air safety and the men and women the FAA hires to staff airport control towers.
A mistake when filing for Social Security benefits can result in a smaller monthly check.
Are Wal-Mart’s problems really tied to the U.S. economy or has the retailer simply lost its way?
There was no shortage of news this year, even in the doldrums of summer: Whether it was the Greek financial crisis, speculation over China’s economic demise, the first interest rate hike in nearly a decade or the chaos of the campaign trail as the candidates vie for the White House in 2016. As 2015 winds down, we wanted to thank our readers for their interest and share some of our most read stories over the past year. Have a Happy and Healthy New Year! The FOXBusiness.com Team