After spending nearly $300 million on a new computer system, the government still can't get it to work. And officials can't say when it will.
Women who own small businesses are still far behind their male counterparts when it comes to getting loans and government contracts, a report says.
Activist investor Bill Ackman fired another salvo at Herbalife Tuesday, trying to convince investors it's a scam. The market's response? Not what he wanted.
Ken Griffey has saved an Alabama knife factory not once but twice. In the process he's proved that believing in people is as important as making a profit.
Google's reshuffle of its senior ranks underscores the Internet company's evolving business ambitions, analysts say.
Twenty-First Century Fox says it offered to buy Time Warner, a move that would unite two powerful media conglomerates, but Time Warner rebuffed its offer.
Three authors share their experiences in self-publishing and offer advice for other to succeed in the business.
Concern about the environment moved Preserve founder Eric Hudson to develop new ways to use recycled plastic for consumer goods -- with colorful results.
The United States runs in the middle of the pack when it comes to the financial knowledge and skills of 15-year-old boys and girls, a study shows.
The key question isn't, "Is CEO X worth this many millions of dollars a year?" It's "Is CEO X worth such a big fraction of his company's annual revenue?"
Human beings are hardwired to recognize human faces in objects -- and it was just that innate ability that led one entrepreneur to start his own business.
There were a lot of twists and turns but General Electric has just cleared the way to buy most of French power equipment-maker Alstom's assets.
An investigation at American Apparel has found its CEO misused company funds and abetted the discrediting of an ex-employee who accused him of harassment.
A federal judge shoots down Lance Armstrong's request to dismiss a $100 million civil suit brought against him by the Justice Department.
Spying, sabotage and money shenanigans: just another day at the office for these tycoons - one of whom used to have the desks of his employees set on fire.
Chris-Craft, once a maker of exquisite boats for movie stars and presidents, lost its way after heirs to the company sold it. Now it's making a comeback.
Two recent Gallup polls say Americans feel the U.S is spending too much on defense and the wrong kind of defense. What do you think?
Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz is killed along with six other people in a fiery plane crash in Massachusetts.