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Fifty-three percent of workers over the age of 60 say they're putting retirement on hold, down from 66 percent in 2010, new survey says.
With cities across the United States facing one of the most brutal winters in recent memory, the use of road salt can be an economic game changer.
The move by one of the country's largest employers ensures hourly associates earn at least $1.75 above today's federal minimum wage.
A new crop of smartphone apps promise to make visiting the therapist as easy as posting to Facebook.
As cyberattacks grow in frequency and damage, the Obama administration is pushing companies to move faster to address the fast-growing threat.
Apple has been granted a patent for an iPhone-compatible headset, sparking chatter the company might want to compete in the virtual reality market.
High prices are spurring ranchers to breed more cattle, and some big ranching regions are getting a bit more rain.
"This is a watershed event," said one security expert, predicting thieves will use the stolen information in waves of crimes for years to come.
Amid speculation about a possible iCar, many are overlooking the big battle that's already taking shape in the auto industry.
After a very cold winter the Ithaca, New York tourism website decided to have a little fun and started telling visitors to go to Florida instead.
Expedia's purchase of Orbitz may not mean higher prices, but it could signal more acquisitions to come in the online travel space.
A new generation of hybrid SUVs are getting debuts to meet consumer demand, as well as tighter emissions standards.
Passengers fled and onto the tarmac at Los Angeles International Airport Monday after someone incorrectly said an armed man was on the loose.
LG, whose appliance chief is accused of purposely damaging a Samsung washing machine at a store, said the executive was testing its rival's products.
Cargo containers remained backed up at the nation's largest ports on Monday as a massive work slowdown continued on the West Coast.
Amazon began testing drones in 2013 with the aim of delivering packages to customers in 30 minutes or less.
Michele Ferrero, Italy's richest man and the owner of a global chocolate and confectionery empire, died on Saturday aged 89, the company said.
Michele Ferrero, the world's richest candy maker whose family created Nutella and Ferrero Rocher chocolates, has died.