CNN is canceling Piers Morgan Live after three years.
Warren Buffett is using two real estate investments he made to offer Berkshire Hathaway shareholders a refresher course on his approach to investing.
Harold Ramis died Monday in Chicago after a long battle with autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis. He was 69.
Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles resigned from the board of the Bitcoin Foundation after technical issues on Mt Gox's exchange knocked down Bitcoin values.
Jason Collins became the first openly gay athlete to be on an NBA roster.
The Sacramento Stride Center provides computer career training to low-income job-seekers to meet rising demand in the high-tech industry.
Roos Foods in Delaware has recalled 16 varieties of cheese after some of the cheeses were linked to a death in California and illnesses in newborns.
The new trailer for the upcoming "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" features the captain himself referring to "Fury's last words," causing some to wonder if popular Marvel character Nick Fury might die in the film.
Hulk Hogan is slated to make his return to WWE February 24 on Monday Night Raw.
Central Maryland's cybersecurity workforce includes more than 75,000 workers, according to a July 2013 Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore study.
Scientists, discovering grapevines have been carrying the bacteria that cause pimples for 7,000 years, named the organism after the late offbeat guitarist Frank Zappa.
Detroit proposed slashing retirement benefits by up to 34 percent in a plan unveiled Friday to get it out of bankruptcy, giving rise to significant implications for public pensions in California.
Detroit's emergency financial manager Kevyn Orr filed a plan Friday that would bring the city out of bankruptcy, providing a detailed look at what the Motor City would look like when it finally sheds its financial burdens.
The income gap between rich and poor is most extreme in several of the most prosperous and largest cities in the U.S., including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Market turmoil sparked by the Fed's steps toward tapering back on its bond buying program is expected to be a top agenda item when finance chiefs from the world's biggest economies meet in Sydney this weekend.