Aretha Franklin's homes will be distributed among her four sons, five years after her death, based on two handwritten wills, including one found between couch cushions.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will sell his majority stake in the team to billionaire casino magnate Miriam Adelson, according to multiple reports.
The number of customers taking Red Lobster up on its Ultimate Endless Shrimp deal contributed to a quarterly operating loss for the chain, according to investor Thai Union Group.
A woman from Connecticut sued the Chopt chain restaurant after an she allegedly found a human finger in her salad and even took a bite out of it in April.
Federal Reserve governors Michelle Bowman and Christopher Waller delivered speeches on the state of the economy that showed divisions in the FOMC over the need for more rate hikes.
BMO Capital Markets chief investment strategist Brian Belski discusses where the market is heading in 2024 after many experts predicted doom in 2023 on 'Making Money.'
Amazon is on the hunt for some Miami office space to lease, Bloomberg first reported on Monday. It wants about 50,000 square feet in the Floridy city.
A new paper published by the European Central Bank found that artificial intelligence technology counterintuitively increased job opportunities for younger and high-skilled workers.
Some divorced couples are being forced to live together in a difficult housing market that makes finding another home expensive, if not impossible.
Shoppers across all income levels plan to spend more this year for the holiday, a recent Deloitte survey said.
Bayer's Monsanto must pay $165 million to school employees near Seattle who claim harm from exposure to chemicals in the company's light fixtures, as ruled by a U.S. jury.
President Joe Biden is set to use a Cold War-era measure to enhance U.S. manufacturing of essential medicines and medical supplies, deeming them crucial for national defense.
Piper Sandler head of U.S. policy research Andy Laperriere provides his Q3 GDP and PCE outlooks and explains how government spending may impact the economy.
U.S. home prices continued to march higher in September despite a spike in mortgage rates, locking many would-be homebuyers out of the housing market.
Rep. Matt Rosendale, R-Mont., on the state of the U.S. economy, Biden's spending request and further aid for war-torn Ukraine and Israel.
Homebuyers are putting down a record amount of money in order to secure their dream house as they deal with a supply crunch and rising mortgage rates.
Contaminated cantaloupes have sickened at least 13 people in Minnesota as part of a nationwide outbreak that has left two people dead, health officials warn.
JP Morgan Asset Management fixed income portfolio manager Kelsey Berro discusses when the Fed might start lowering interest rates on 'Making Money.'
'The CyberGuy' Kurt Knutsson reveals the best tech gifts and stocking stuffers for the holiday season on 'The Big Money Show.'
New home sales in the U.S. fell more than expected in October as mortgage rates hit a two-decade high, pushing many would-be buyers out of the market.