Farm enterprises geared to visitors include farm stands, pumpkin patches, barn dances, zip-line rides, pick-your-own produce, corn mazes and weddings.
With lower fuel prices helping to improve margins, air carriers have been big winners in 2014. But you may want to pay heed to the fasten seat belts sign.
The government is proposing a $12 million fine against Southwest for failing to comply with safety regulations related to repairs on Boeing jetliners.
For the first time, Southwest is flying outside the U.S., and its new routes to the Bahamas, Aruba and Jamaica are likely just the first expansion of many.
As sightings of great white sharks off Cape Cod mount, businesses in the Massachusetts town of Chatham are embracing the frenzy.
In the wake of the shooting down of one of its passenger jets over Ukraine, Malaysia Airlines says it has changed the route planes take on European flights.
The party may soon be over for companies trying to dodge U.S. taxes through so-called inversions, a move that has become popular lately among drug firms.
Airline passengers these days seemingly are paying more for less. But Alaska Airlines is about to give travelers a lot more space for their onboard bags.
The wildly popular Game of Thrones TV series has spurred tourists' interest in visiting Croatia, where much of the epic TV fantasy is set.
The Dow flirted with the 17,000 mark and the S&P 500 surpassed its record on encouraging manufacturing data in the world's two biggest economies.
Americans who have paid a yearly fee to skip security lines at airports and find it's worth every penny, allowing them to skip dreaded security lines.
We may be one of the few countries in the world to call it soccer but we, like the rest of the world, are starting to get a kick out of the sport.
From the planet's No. 1 cruise operator to a pair of homebuilders, here are some of the things that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Medtronic is the latest to join a list of health care companies seeking lower corporate tax rates abroad through acquisitions.
United Airlines is changing the way it doles out frequent flier miles, and it may hurt many travelers.
Travelers who fly the most and pay the most will soon earn more miles on United Airlines' frequent-flier program.
Atlanta has the nation's busiest airport, but the lack of free Wi-Fi was a sore point with many travelers. But finally that's changing.
Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz is killed along with six other people in a fiery plane crash in Massachusetts.
A study by NHTSA finds 33,000 people lost their lives in crashes in 2010, 3.9 million were injured and 24 million vehicles were damaged -- a hefty toll.
The FTC wants Congress to pass a bill requiring data mining companies to reveal more information about themselves and improve consumer access to the data.
The government proposes new rules that would allow consumers to see the total cost of making airline reservations online, including all fees and taxes.
The government is proposing that airlines be required to disclose fees for basic items like checked bags, assigned seats and carry-on bags.
The airline business is uncharacteristically popular with investors. But can the good times -- increased dividends, low fuel prices and stock buybacks -- last?
Virgin is known for its splashy, close-eyes-and-jump ventures into many businesses. What's taking it so long with boutique hotels?