All over the Midwest and the East Coast, travel agents are being inundated with a simple request: Get me out of here. And those who have left, don't want to come back.
A survey from the Consumer Federation of America finds only one-third of us feel we're making significant progress towards meeting our savings goals.
Six Flags and Cedar Fair are falling behind the times in social media and the amenities that Disney offers.
Priceline, Expedia and Orbitz Worldwide are delivering big gains in the stock market. Other online travel firms are doing well, too.
The wage gap between those with a college education and those without one is growing, new research shows, while younger college grads also expressing greater job satisfaction.
U.S. investors are uncertain about whether we're in the midst of a temporary retreat, or a more fundamental end to the long running bull market.
Boeing posts a 26 percent increase in quarterly profit, helped by a rise in commercial aircraft deliveries.
Royal Caribbean signals that the cruise industry is finally rebounding, posting a fourth-quarter profit of $7 million, compared to last year's loss.
The reliability of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner is slowly improving but it is still not at a satisfactory level, a Boeing official says.
Netflix's fourth-quarter earnings soared six-fold as the Internet video service added another 2.3 million U.S. subscribers.
Stocks edge lower in a session dominated by retailers as investors remained cautious ahead of Friday's big monthly jobs report.
There are several indicators correlating the market's performance in January to the results for the full year -- and they could be flashing a warning sign to investors.
The nation's cold snap is wreaking havoc on the economy, causing travel woes, and pushing prices higher for commodities such as energy and food.
From airfares that were too cheap to be true to delays in Santa's delivery schedule, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst news from the business world.
Investors took a wait-and-see attitude ahead of Wednesday's FOMC report, but airline stocks lost altitude.
Real flying cars should be on the market in the next few years, but the first wave will be designed for pilots, not ordinary drivers who want to soar above traffic.
Hotel operator Hilton Worldwide raises $2.34 billion in its IPO, returning to the public markets some six years after it went private.
As federal regulators consider removing a decades-old prohibition on making phone calls on planes, a majority of Americans who fly oppose such a change, a poll shows.
Here's a quick rundown from the world of business and economics this morning: the things you need to know, and some you'll just want to know.
Stocks followed Friday’s big rally by basically marching in place, but a couple of mergers gave the market a boost, including the completion of the US Airways/American deal.
American Airlines emerges from bankruptcy protection and US Airways culminates its long pursuit of a merger partner when the two complete their deal Monday.