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While the vast majority of Americans say cheating on taxes is unacceptable, a good amount think it's perfectly fine to under-report income, claim bogus deductions and inflate credits.
A military family could see grocery bills go up by $3,000 a year under the latest Pentagon budget proposal.
It turns out the tweets weren't coming from inside Goldman Sachs' elevator. They were coming from Texas.
Sina Corp. executives ignored the elephant in the room during an hour-long investors' call Tuesday -- keeping mum about a potential spinoff for Weibo, its popular microblogging site.
The survival of Bitcoin-trading exchange Mt.Gox was in doubt Monday after its CEO left the digital currency's top advocacy group and the exchange's website went offline.
Ukraine's lightning-speed revolution has ushered in what could be weeks of uncertainty about how the country will pay its way and avoid economic collapse.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 smartphone -- an improved, but not radically different, successor to last year's Galaxy S4.
Blackberry shares rose Monday on rumors that it could replace Microsoft to power Ford's future generation cars with smartphone technology.
The bulls couldn't hold the line. After rising to an all-time high earlier Monday, the S&P 500 closed just shy of a record.
McDonald's and Taco Bell are cracking some eye-opening changes in the drive-thru lane.
Hello and welcome to Moviefone ... but not for much longer.
Carl Icahn and eBay are digging into the trenches.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt plans to dole out $1 million to companies around the world to help them upgrade their communication technology.
Turmoil in emerging markets is taking the edge off earnings at one of the world's biggest banks.
Men's Wearhouse is hoping Jos. A. Bank will like the way its newest offer looks.