March 2013 Headlines
A new Citygroup report forecasts demand for oil could fall in the next decade.
Several states have issued warnings about a company called Profitable Sunrise that's promising investors "risk-free" returns of up to 3 percent a day on their money.
Home sales are up, and that's good news for sellers, possibly buyers, and anyone concerned about the economy.
Cyprus lawmakers rejected a tax on bank deposits that would have partly funded an emergency bailout.
Artificial fats, sweeteners, and colors: much of America's food supply is fake! But one nationwide grocer is trying to set itself apart from the rest.
The Cypriot parliament is set to reject a controversial tax on bank deposits Tuesday as the island nation nears a default on its loans and a possible banking collapse.
Some experts are calling the hiring burst in the February jobs report a sign of strong economic growth.
Starbucks isn't going along with New York City's ban on large sugary drinks, which is set to take effect next Tuesday.
Wall Street saw a history making high, with the Dow rising 126 points Tuesday to close at 14,245. Some are asking - can we trust this market surge?
The Dow is closing at a record, beating the previous high it set in October 2007, before the financial crisis and the Great Recession.
High income families are paying some of their biggest federal tax bills in decades, while the rest of the country is paying taxes at record low rates.
Housing sales have been picking up, and the lowest mortgage rates in decades are a key reason why.