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It was a volatile year for the world's rich (and for the rest of us).
Fed looks beyond economic problems in Japan and Russia and offers upbeat assessment of U.S. economy.
Four U.S. cities are politicking and paying to become host candidates for the 2024 Olympics despite the small financial punch the Games often provide.
Sony Pictures Entertainment now faces two lawsuits from four former employees who claim the company did not do enough to stop hackers.
First up for the alliance of Sir Richard Branson's climate foundation and the Rocky Mountain Institute: Help Caribbean nations wean off diesel fuel.
Labor union Verdi says workers are on strike at five of Amazon's nine distribution centers in Germany. The workers want better pay and working conditions, Amazon says they have above-average pay for the industry.
Federal experts pinpointed Tuesday just how much falling fuel prices will save the average American family in 2015: $550.
The lawsuit was filed on Monday in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and alleged that Sony failed to secure its network.
Record wealth for the wealthy meant record prices for trophy purchases in 2014.
The stock market's roller coaster ride continued on Tuesday.
Russia and Venezuela have been singled out as particularly vulnerable to social unrest sparked by sliding oil prices.