A new study says the mega-retailer boosts nearby home values by as much as 3 percent.
But they're still "stealing" jobs from us, too
The legal industry is in crisis. But law firms, with their ancient partnership models short-term outlook are built for inertia.
The most educated ethnic group in America is struggling most with extended joblessness.
The home of the sacred cow is on pace to become the world's leading beef exporter in 2012.
Jobs are growing and paychecks are fattening up in the Eagle Ford Shale region.
For the past 35 years, women have been responsible for almost all of America's education gains
The auto market has been on a tear, but it's not clear the growth will continue.
The candidate believes that limiting federal dollars and letting the for-profit sector loose, the free market will bring down costs.
The nostalgia business reaches new heights.
For $2,000 a month, you can rent a lovely motor home.
By becoming more cost competitive, the Midwest is luring back manufacturers, creating signs of hope in a troubled region.
The Congressional Budget Office argues that drilling more oil won't make our energy supply any more resilient.
By purchasing America's second largest cinema chain, a Chinese conglomerate is hoping to launch a global entertainment takeover.
Sales of soft drinks are falling in the United States. But don't start writing the industry's obituary yet.
Years of research show that, when it comes to your future paycheck, the name on your degree really does count.
The world's biggest record label wants to get even bigger. Here's why the government should stop it.
Goodbye to shoe machine operators, hello to computer systems analysts.
If anything, we need more extra luggage charges
Thanks to some geological luck, drilling in the United States is much cheaper than abroad.