New report estimates U.S. corporations, including the likes of Nike, Apple, Goldman Sachs and many more, have $2.5 trillion in profits stashed overseas.
Five ways Apple's CEO has affected the company, five years after the death of co-founder Steve Jobs.
Putin is betting on sanctions fatigue to ensure his invasion of Ukraine stands.
The growth of natural gas—cheaper and more efficient—has lessened the need for coal.
Robert Mercer has heavily funded ultra-conservative media outlets like Breitbart News.
Internet Creators Guild aims to help support content creators, who don't often receive fair compensation for their work.
Half of the league's 32 owners spent $2.1 million through July to assist lawmakers, who work on a number of issues that affect the NFL.
The Democratic nominee offers greater stability than the Republican, who promises to rip up trade deals and rethink alliances.
If a self-driving car is far less likely to crash, should humans be allowed to drive?
If the Saudi currency devalues, political instability may ensue.
Is a law that would prohibit publication constitutional under the First Amendment?
If the U.K. rushes to the EU exit, Brexit supporters will be in for an unpleasant surprise.
Losing a billion dollars is inconsistent with Trump's self-image as a great businessman.
Rich people buy off politicians to alter tax, bankruptcy and other laws.
See the spec of the new flagship phone set to compete with Samsung and Apple.
Prime Fresh is expanding to more cities, but competitors may still have the edge on the e-commerce giant.
New studies suggest politically connected traded on non-public information after the 2008 crash, and banks foresaw coming meltdown.
From cellophane to Betamax, the magic soon fades as competitors chip away at market share.
The National Park Service is helping returning veterans find work rebuilding our natural resources.
Million-dollar households would face a 30 percent floor on their tax rate, while those making $5 million or more annually would be subjected to an additional 4 percent surcharge.
The country’s oil supply is far greater than previously reported.
Och-Ziff was said to have bribed officials in Libya, Chad, Niger, Guinea and DRC.
Our elected representatives are doing nothing to prevent wrongdoing by CEOs.
The owner of Dalian Wanda says he wants Disney to be unprofitable in China.
Exploring cannabis' suitability for treating Alzheimer's could be a tough road given the feds classification of the drug.
Leo Hindery Jr. was pilloried as a traitor to his class for criticizing the rich man’s tax dodge.
The shift to the cloud threatens database giant Oracle's core business, and it's been slow to adapt.
In terms of revenue, there are few that are much bigger in size—in terms of market valuations, Alphabet is not much far behind Apple and is ahead of Microsoft.
The data stolen may have included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth and hashed passwords.
The SEC is investigating whether the oil giant ignores or lies about how market fluctuations affect its profits.