Microsoft is warning that a newly discovered flaw could allow cyberhackers to have complete access to users' computer files.
Comcast has offered to sell 1.4 million subscribers as part of a transaction aimed at winning regulatory approval for its planned Time Warner Cable buyout.
Microsoft is rushing to fix a bug in its widely used Internet Explorer web browser after a computer security firm disclosed the flaw over the weekend.
A killer virus is spreading among U.S. hog farms, wiping out more than 10 percent of the nation's pig population and sending pork prices to record highs.
U.S. consumer sentiment rose in April to a nine-month high as views on current and near-term conditions surged, a survey released Friday showed.
U.S. consumers felt less confident about their finances in March, attributable in part to the looming April 15 tax deadline, a survey finds.
GM says it is restructuring its engineering operations, following fallout from a defective ignition switch linked to at least 13 deaths.
U.S. airlines lag hotels and online travel agencies in customer satisfaction as travelers face increasingly cramped airplanes and poor in-flight service.
Declining admissions, greater transparency to patients (thanks to reference pricing) and lower payment rates add up to less money for hospitals.
Kraft Foods is recalling 96,000 pounds of its Oscar Mayer wieners because they may mistakenly contain cheese.
In a quest for personal information and money even after filing deadlines, scammers often impersonate the IRS.
Walmart is launching a new domestic money transfer service called "Walmart-2-Walmart" to competing directly with Western Union.
Aggressive con artists target people who received -- or just applied for -- online payday loans. Four federal lawsuits cite losses of about $20 million.
The Heartbleed bug has millions of us trying to tally all our accounts and change all our passwords. But passwords are just the beginning of the problem.
Secret "price optimization" tools let insurance companies raise rates on customers who they think won't shop around.
Volatile trading on Wall Street is ramping up the heated debate between the bulls and bears -- and investors increasingly are caught in the middle.