Citigroup has received government aid several times in the past 80 years, and this time around, some investors see its infusion of federal cash as a good sign.
The Obama health plan would discourage taxpayers from working to their full potential by making their efforts less rewarding, N. Gregory Mankiw says.
The life and theories of the famed British economist, John Maynard Keynes, are re-examined in three new books.
For many investors, the 12-month performance of brokerage accounts and 401(k)’s should soon look much better. How will that affect their market outlook?
A landslide against board incumbents at Texas Industries is an example of what happens when shareholders act like the company owners that they are.
Nobody was more surprised that the Securities and Exchange Commission did not discover Bernard L. Madoff’s enormous Ponzi scheme than Mr. Madoff himself.
Even as a water crisis threatens the very survival of Yemen, farmers are turning increasingly to growing a narcotic called qat because it is the only way to make a profit.
Lawyers in California asked a judge to bar A.I.G. from transferring money out of the state.
In a reversal of Thursday’s gains, Wall Street dropped sharply as high volume caused delays on trades reported by the NYSE.
With millions of Filipinos still reeling from the effects of successive typhoons, the price hikes by the three largest oil companies in the country were criticized as greedy, callous and predatory.
The 2007 Riviera concept car, conceived in Shanghai.The General Motors design studio in China has worked to adapt various global models for the Chinese market, and took the lead in creating the new Buick LaCrosse.
Hockey and lotteries are among the topics Joe Nocera plans to write about more fully after he returns from his book leave.
Lawyers in California asked a judge to bar A.I.G. from transferring money out of the state, out of concern the company may not have enough assets to back its policies.
Nobody was more surprised that the Securities and Exchange Commission did not discover Bernard L. Madoff’s enormous Ponzi scheme years ago than Mr. Madoff himself.
The agreement reached by Ford’s Canadian workers proposes a wage freeze, no further cost-of-living increases and the closing of one plant.
The airline, which is expected to lose more than $1 billion this business year, has chased rats from a plane and had a midair fistfight among crew members.
OSHA officials said the fine, more than four times the size of any previous sanction, was due to BP’s failure to fix safety hazards.
The nonprofit body that oversees Internet addresses approved their use in a decision that could alter the look and character of the Web.
The company offset part of a sharp drop in energy prices by increasing its oil output and cutting costs during its third quarter.
Two Chinese writers’ groups claim that Google has scanned Chinese works into an electronic database in violation of international copyright standards.