business & economy
As Amazon pushes harder into the world of book publisher, and not just seller, it's making the big publishing companies nervous at the same time it reaches out to authors.
In an effort to move product and hopefully drive holiday sales, retailers are giving products away on their websites in hopes of driving more sales during the holiday season.
With the costs of pension plans skyrocketing, governments are trying to move new employees to 401k-style plans. But will that just leave them with skyrocketing welfare budgets down the road?
The national Occupy Wall Street movement has found a home on Main Street. Two camps have setup in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Missoula, Montana.
With unemployment among blacks double that of whites, many are advocating overt, targeted efforts to create jobs among African-Americans. One CEO says we should implement something like the NFL's Rooney Rule for corporate America.
An angry Bank of America customer has launched an online petition to protest the bank's planned debit card fee of $5 per month. Almost 225,000 people have signed it.
As Occupy Wall Street protests enter their fourth week, and the group becomes more organized, some are comparing the group to the Tea Party. But one Tea Party organizer says not so fast.
Economist Jeffery Sachs says that more equality is the best way forward for the US economy.
The influx of cash that accompanied foreign aid agencies, diplomats and private security firms led to the growth of business in Kabul, but security is still a big hurdle for the city.
The Chinese government issued $30 billion in credit last year to its top solar companies, more than 15 times what the US government provided to American solar manufacturers.