These days there’s one number clearly driving market action beyond all others: the climbing yield on the 10-year Treasury note.
Stocks fell for the fifth day in a row Thursday -- the longest slump in over two months -- as strong data caused traders to fret about the Fed's QE exit plan.
As many of 35,000 Californians who think they have signed up for health insurance through the state’s exchange might be in for a rude awakening in January.
On Thursday, the House passed the Innovation Act, which has divided experts and advocates for the startup and small business communities.
Fast food workers across the country are striking for $15 minimum wage. Here’s a look at the pros, cons and how the Affordable Care Act’s enrollment numbers could benefit from a wage increase.
The amount of debt students graduate with has jumped by $10,000 in just eight years, and it’s causing some families to re-evaluating the college-selection process.
Shares of Facebook ticked slightly lower Thursday after the social network wasn't added to the S&P 500.
The reported deal between Apple and China Mobile would give the wireless provider's 700 million subscribers iPhone access.
Thursday, starting at 5p ET: A lesson worth millions! Can students manage their school’s money? Then, find out the truth about sky-high hospital costs!
Thursday, starting at 7p ET: Obama rejects China’s air restrictions so why is he telling airlines to respect them? Then, is the President’s promotion of the ObamaCare positives – a negative?