Former Gov. Howard Dean (D., Vt.). Image by Getty Images via @daylife Remember when Democrats wanted to haul McKinsey consultants before Congress because they were angry about a McKinsey study suggesting that 30 percent of employers under Obamacare would dump health coverage for their employees? Well, it turns out that ...
The name Tiffany is synonymous with the finest of jewelry and a visit to an exhibition at the Luxembourg Museum devoted to Louis Comfort Tiffany is like standing inside a jewel boxwithout a jewel in sight.
Since it went public in Nov. 2007, shares of SuccessFactors, an employee-performance software company, have traded all over the map.
The debate between Chancellor Angela Merkel and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier was billed as a duel, but it will go down in history as “the duet.”
One year after Wall Street teetered on the brink of collapse, seven out of 10 Americans lack confidence the federal government has taken safeguards to prevent another financial industry meltdown.
On Friday, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown issued a public apology to Alan Turing, a mathematician and computer pioneer whose work as a code-breaker during World War II helped defeat Nazi Germany.
The economic recovery in the United States will be a oelacklustera because of weak consumer spending and strains in the financial market, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart said.
A vaccine is all that stands between Simone Davis and U.S. citizenship. But the 17-year-old English native refuses to receive the Gardasil human papillomavirus vaccine and objects to its inclusion in a list of vaccinations required for immigrants seeking to become U.S. citizens.
Chances are, your 401(k) is looking a lot healthier these days, now that stocks have soared more than 40% in just the past six months. But don’t get too used to investing in the fast lane.
For more than a year, prosecutors have been cracking down on the corruption and kickbacks that thrived during the boom years in this Persian Gulf city-state. Dozens of executives have been arrested and charged in a high-profile effort to show that fraud will no longer be tolerated.
Western powers now in Afghanistan run the risk of suffering the fate of the Soviets there, according to a former adviser to President Jimmy Carter.
Bloody clothing was found in the laboratory building where a missing Yale student was last seen, according to several news reports.
Where do we go from here? A year after edging dangerously close to free fall, there are signs the economy is regaining a foothold. But Americans’ sense of financial security is badly shaken and the nation confronts questions that defy quick or comfortable answers.
Anne Willis, a lifelong resident of Bolivar Peninsula, moved back to her hometown of Crystal Beach nearly three months after Hurricane Ike.
Patient advocates can help research treatment options, sort out insurance claims and open doors to specialists.
The rise of Baimurat Allaberiyev, a migrant worker in Russia who delivers astonishing renditions of Bollywood musical numbers, is a testament to the strange power of the Internet.
Ikea executives say they tried to outsmart a kickback-seeking electric utility, but Russian graft may prove more stubborn than Ikea.