Black Swans Abound: Wall Street is betting on another year of gains, but there are a number of obstacles that could trip investors up in 2014.
The Department of Health and Human Services is giving consumers more time to register for health insurance by Jan.1.
Ford plans to hire about 3,300 U.S. salaried workers and more than double its global launches in 2014, as the automaker looks to drive growth.
The "Doctor on Demand" app, which launched in 15 states this week, let patients skip the traditional visit to the doctor's office for a video chat instead.
Southwest Airlines plans to announce a schedule for international service under the Southwest brand next year, CEO Gary Kelly said Thursday.
Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch unit has agreed to pay $132 million to settle civil charges that it misled investors while marketing CDOs in the run-up to the financial crisis.
With U.S. mobility at a 50-year low, more young Americans in the are holding off on making major decisions than ever before
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