Car sales rebounded even more than expected in November after being hurt a month earlier by Hurricane Sandy. The industry is on track for its best month of U.S. sales since early 2008.
It's not often that Mexican yellow pages listings makes the headlines, but Yahoo has been ordered to fork over $2.7 billion in a legal dispute involving them.
Manufacturing activity came to a standstill in the United States in November, according to a report released Monday.
Move over BRICs. Look out PIIGS. Here comes CASSH. The CASSH countries -- Canada, Australia, Singapore, Switzerland and Hong Kong -- make up the latest catch-phrase on Wall Street.
With presents to buy and families to visit, the holiday season can become an endless to-do list. But take some of that vacation time to explore the holiday spirit in action. At these five wonderlands around the country and the world, you'll find the wonder of winter, the wonder of shopping and the wonder of Santa Claus up close.
In the digital age, the shuttering of newspapers has become routine. But it seems even a newspaper designed for the gadget world can't survive: News Corp. is folding The Daily, its tablet-focused publication.
As it attempts to revive a once-great luxury brand, Ford's is renaming its Lincoln division as the Lincoln Motor Co., the automaker said Monday.
House Republicans offered a counter-proposal Monday in the heated battle to avert the so-called "fiscal cliff," though President Barack Obama's administration quickly rebuffed the plan for not demanding more from the nation's wealthiest taxpayers.
If President Barack Obama steps away from the Republican deficit-reduction proposal advanced Monday by House Speaker John Boehner, "we will go over the 'fiscal cliff,'" predicted Sen. Tom Coburn.
Don't expect negotiations for a deal to avert the "fiscal cliff" to heat up this week. Senior administration officials said the offer House Speaker John Boehner submitted to the White House on Monday wasn't serious enough to merit a counter-proposal from the administration. So the president's team plans to wait for the GOP to come around on the idea of raising tax rates or let the nation go over the fiscal cliff.
A ranking Justice Department official named by Republicans in their probes into the botched gunrunning scheme "Fast and Furious" will resign on Friday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced in a statement late Monday.
US Clinton Tribute 2016 Buzz
Despite her repeated statements that she will leave public service once her successor is in place, buzz about a possible second run for the presidency by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in full force following the showing of a tribute video of her career.