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Originally an oral tradition to pass on wisdom from a family patriarch or matriarch, ethical wills today are more likely to be videos or Facebook pages.
Company leaders need to find a balance between challenging and caring for employees. That’s especially true for women, who spend more time than men taking care of others.
A “split the baby” proposal would regulate “wholesale” Internet transactions similar to utilities, and lightly regulate “retail” transactions.
The new problem, which could cause too much pressure in an airbag’s casing, is different from the defect that prompted the recall of about 14 million vehicles in recent years.
The battle for the GFI Group, a New York brokerage and clearing firm, features an insider transaction, the secret accumulation of shares and a hostile offer that may be something else entirely.
Tens of billions of dollars sit in the unclaimed property funds that states run, waiting to be taken back by owners..
His coming high-wire act illustrates the extreme risks some television networks are taking to attract live audiences in an age of fragmented, on-demand viewing.
In a year that was supposed to be dominated by attacks on the Affordable Care Act, few Republican candidates focused on repeal or offered alternatives.
It offers a reminder, or perhaps a warning, of just how hard it will be to get the global economy out of its deflationary funk.
The two largest American oil companies said their refining business more than made up for the recent drop in the price of crude oil.
A small Michigan company that runs the website for the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge played a role in helping the nation’s largest bank find the big cyberattack into its computer system this summer.
The proposal had been seen as a move by Prime Minister Viktor Orban to choke off one of the last sources of information not controlled by him and his allies.
Markets jumped in early trading after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly announced a fresh stimulus to bolster the country’s flagging economy.
The United States, for reasons of law and commerce, has become a destination for foreign companies to file for bankruptcy.
Chevron Corp. posted a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday as lower crude prices boosted its refinery operations, helping to offset sagging oil and gas production.
Most parents know that their children are legally adults when they turn 18. But the full significance may not be apparent until something drives it home.
Exxon Mobil Corp, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, on Friday reported a better-than-expected 3 percent increase in quarterly profit on higher results in its refining and chemicals businesses.
U.S. consumer spending fell in September for the first time in eight months, suggesting the economy lost some momentum heading into the fourth quarter.