Symantec is in advanced talks to split its business in two—one that sells security programs and one that does data storage, Bloomberg reported.
On New Year's Day, after months of suffering from debilitating headaches, I learned that I had brain cancer.
Costco Wholesale on Wednesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $697 million.
Heating bills should be lower this winter because the deep freeze that chilled much of the nation last year is unlikely to return.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a suit filed by Amazon workers who claim they should be compensated for time spent in security screenings.
A drop in rates last week boosted mortgage applications for both refinances and home purchases, and interest rates continues to slide.
The most recent polls are probably undercounting the black share of the Georgia electorate, which means Michelle Nunn has a real shot at an upset.
Members pay $9,000 to join and $3,000 annually to join Netropolitan, a social network that caters to “people with more money than time.”
Life expectancy in the USA rose in 2012 to 78.8 years – a record high. USA Today reports.
The world’s biggest banks have agreed to tear up the rule book on derivatives to make it easier to resolve a future failing firm like Lehman Brothers.
This week's poor German data are the latest sign the "strongman" of Europe is weakening. We take a look at why Germany could be losing its clout.
Goldman Sachs is facing questions about whether it will be able to stay atop the financial industry in a new era of regulations, the New York Times reports.
Overshadowed by foreign crises, the announcements rarely break through the noise.
A U.K. high court has ordered Goldman Sachs to pay the legal costs of the Libyan sovereign wealth fund, after the bank tried to have a $1 billion lawsuit dismissed.
Every leading Asia-Pacific equity index -- apart from China's -- is currently in the red amid a global equity sell-off. Follow our live blog for the latest.
Mario Draghi, the ECB president, has faced criticism on several fronts recently—for being too bold with the bank’s policies, or not bold enough.
The WHO said Europe would see more cases of Ebola after a nurse in Spain caught the virus outside Africa.