As anyone who flew this summer can attest, U.S. airlines did a pretty good job filling their airplanes, particularly on domestic routes.
For Motorola Inc., the technology giant that introduced the world's first commercial cellular phone in 1984, the last few years have been a disaster.
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is considering whether to charge Bank of America Corp. executives, but the company's invocation of attorney-client privileges is impeding his office's investigation, according to a letter released Tuesday.
One year after the near collapse of the global financial system, this much is clear: The financial world as we knew it is over, and something new is rising from its ashes.
The American dream of homeownership is still attainable. Buyers just have to deal with a new set of realities.
Rising commodity prices and stirrings of corporate takeovers are making investors more optimistic about the economy.
If you have been watching the economy for signs that it's safe to invest in stocks, you might be wondering why the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 185 points Tuesday.