Millions of Americans are still awaiting the arrival of their coronavirus stimulus check and are in danger of losing out on up to $1,200 if they don't get their information to the IRS ahead of several looming deadlines.
As a result of Britain's exit from the European Union (EU), JPMorgan Chase & Co. is moving around 200 billion euros of assets -- or around $230 billion -- from the United Kingdom (UK) to Germany.
Americans' household wealth hit a record high last quarter as the stock market continued to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic-induced drop earlier this year.
The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out an estimated 1.4 million franchise jobs through the end of August.
Millions of Americans are at risk of losing out on a coronavirus stimulus check worth up to $1,200, a government watchdog said this week.
Delta Air Lines has delayed a decision to furlough close to 2,000 pilots until Nov. 1, the union representing its pilots said Tuesday.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin expressed cautious optimism Tuesday that the U.S. economy is rebounding from the pandemic-induced recession.
President Trump's $300-a-week unemployment benefit may have expired for Americans in some states, but millions of laid-off workers are just beginning to receive the boost in jobless aid.
Biden said Thursday he would push for the tax credit to be increase to $3,000 for children under the age of 17, and $3,600 for families with children who are under the age of six.
A program from President Trump to boost unemployment benefits for the millions of Americans who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic is beginning to expire in some states.
House Republicans are pushing to reopen a key federal relief program designed to keep small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's plan to hike taxes on corporations could cost the nation's biggest banks billions each year.
The owner of bankrupt New York Sports Clubs and Lucille Roberts gyms is preparing to sell to lenders that have conceded to supply the financial backing necessary to keep the fitness chains functioning.
New documents released to watchdog group American Oversight lay bare the U.S. Postal Service's chaotic spring.
The state faces a $5.7 billion budget shortfall as a result of the coronavirus-induced shutdown.
The Labor Department's report shed light on how the jobs market is recovering from the coronavirus pandemic.
United Airlines pilot union votes on deal to prevent employee furloughs.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing the wine industry to alter their business models and disrupt a 150-year-old supply chain.
The Federal Reserve concluded its final policy-setting meeting before the November presidential election on Wednesday with a renewed pledge to continue taking aggressive action to support the U.S. economy.
President Trump lashed out at Democrats on Wednesday over the stalled-out coronavirus relief negotiations.