European countries soon will likely bail out Greece, paying massive amounts of money to stave off a default. Will Greece's problems spread throughout the world?
Small businesses employ about half the workers in the United States, but they aren't hiring.
Though the debate last night was between Republicans, President Obama took the most criticism from GOP candidates who put the economy front and center.
Dominique Strauss Kahn's resignation from the International Monetary Fund has set off a global power struggle between the European Union and emerging economies.
The price of gold has been skyrocketing, and investors are wondering if gold is a safe place to put your money.
Despite the recession still affecting most of the country, this spring's art auctions produced record-breaking prices of blue-chip artists like Andy Warhol.
Some 40 million employees in the United States do not have paid sick leave. Is it a moral duty to let them get well, or will it cause job losses?
More and more companies are going public abroad. IPOs are moving from the United States to places Australia, Hong Kong or London.
The economy continues to be sluggish picking up jobs in the financial recovery. Could unemployment tank Obama's quest for reelection?
Economists were optimistic at the start of this year, expecting huge growth. Now, another round of bad economic news has sent stocks tumbling again.