After near-universal bad reviews of his first presidential debate with Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama will bring more energy and passion to his second showdown with the GOP nominee, advisers to the president said Sunday.
Amid a picture-perfect autumn weekend at an expansive Virginia resort and golf club, President Barack Obama spent much of Sunday sequestered indoors as he and his aides prepared for a pivotal second debate with rival Mitt Romney.
For Joe Stoltz, life has come down to counting every dollar. That's what happens when you can't find work and you live in the state with the highest unemployment rate in the nation.
The-so called BRIC nations may need to add a fifth member: Indonesia. Brazil, Russia, India and China were once considered the hottest emerging markets in the world. But they have been skidding this year, while Indonesia remains one of the fastest growing economies.
U.S. stocks moved higher Monday as investors welcomed a sharp rise in retail sales and better-than-expected quarterly earnings from Citigroup.
Citigroup's third-quarter profits and revenues exceeded expectations, yet the bank did not see the same lift from the boom in mortgage refinancing as its competitors.
Amazon and Apple have informed some e-book buyers that they'll receive credits for future book purchases, as part of a recent settlement three major publishers signed to settle a price-fixing lawsuit.
The Mercedes-Benz GL, a large luxury SUV, was named SUV of the Year by Motor Trend, the magazine announced Monday.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued Morgan Stanley on Monday, charging the Wall Street firm discriminated against African-American homeowners and violated federal civil rights laws by providing funding for risky mortgages.
Falling mortgage rates fueled by the Fed are having only a limited impact on the economy, said Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley Monday.
Sprint Nextel on Monday said that it has agreed to sell a majority of the company to Japanese tech giant SoftBank.
Higher gas prices and strong car and electronics sales combined to lift retail sales in September, the government reported Monday.