business & economy
Billionaire CEO Warren Buffett says increase taxes for the rich, but maybe capping CEO salaries is a better fix for the economy.
Columbia Business School professor says raising the cost of an average home may be a way to fix the economy.
Globalization has transformed some fish processing plants in Alaska, where most of the workers now are foreign students.
Harvard Business Review author criticizes Silicon Valley companies for paying exorbitant amounts for 'star' employees.
In contrast to the US, South American countries have recently seen a booming economy and low unemployment.
Investors worldwide search for the bottom as almost $8 trillion dollars have been erased from the global stock markets in the past two weeks.
The US credit rating downgrade by S&P brought condemnation from government officials, and fears of market turmoil.
New figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics bring a flicker of optimism to the markets after the worst day on Wall Street in three years.
In a small free fall that erased all of the market's gains in 2011, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged over 500 points today.
Banks lobby to change legislation created to protect borrowers from risky lending practices.