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After a brutal sell-off over the past few days, stocks bounced back a bit Tuesday.
General Motors is giving another boost to its hometown of Detroit, a city in dire fiscal straits.
Nearly 80 million taxpayers use paid tax preparers. But 60% of those preparers are not regulated by the IRS.
Attorney General Eric Holder told lawmakers that Bitcoin and other virtual currencies pose a challenge for law enforcement agencies, because they can be used to "conceal illegal activity."
A former senior ABN Amro banker suffering from severe depression killed his wife and daughter before taking his own life.
The International Monetary Fund has slashed its growth forecast for Russia and warned of wider economic fallout if the Ukraine crisis escalates.
Premarkets lost their fleeting momentum Tuesday and were headed lower, a day after sinking into the red for the year as highly volatile growth stocks took another beating.
Bra gun holsters. Instructional painting DVDs. Bars of Turkish soap. All of these niche products are sold by small businesses from around the world -- but they are all shipped out of one New York warehouse.
The Senate on Monday passed a bill to extend federal jobless benefits for more than 2 million unemployed workers through May 31.
Investors played a game of "how low can you go" today as the three-day selloff continued to mount.
Managing battery power can be the most frustrating part of owning a smartphone. Phone batteries typically last less than a day, and charging them back up can take a full hour.
If you have a General Motors vehicle covered under the ignition switch recall, you're probably still waiting to have it fixed.