Forget about browsing through Celiac Supplies in Brisbane, Australia. The gluten-free specialty grocer charges its customers $5 for "just looking" around the store.
Home prices in the U.S. showed the biggest year-over-year increase in January since the summer of 2006, according to Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller home-price indexes. The year-over-year, 20-city index improved 8.1 percent.
U.S. stocks were rising Tuesday after a boost in U.S. durable goods orders and home prices bolstered consumer confidence and growth in the world's largest economy.
Fashion can come at all cost, but $91,500 for a T-shirt is downright shocking!
Chevron Corporation, the integrated energy company, has announced an oil discovery in the deepwater U.S. Gulf of Mexico, in an offshore field development area known as the Coronado prospect.
On Friday, the Boeing Company, an American multinational aerospace and defense corporation, announced that it will lay off around 800 machinists this year as it reduces its workforce on its 747 and 787 airplane programs.
The bottle's new design will have a contoured bottom half that looks to make holding the bottle easier, while the wraparound label will be shorter so more of the drink will be visible. It marks the first time the 20-ouncer has been changed in 17 years
Twitter was slapped with a $50 million lawsuit over claims that it failed to comply to a French court's order to disclose the identities of a group of users posting anti-Semitic messages and hashtags.
Microsoft is offering businesses a unique opportunity revolving their Surface tablets.
The Redmond, Wash. Software giant has announced it will pay developers $100 for each Windows 8 and/or Windows Phone 8 app they write, up to a total of 10 apps for each, the "Windows Store" and "Windows Phone Store" online purchasing sites.
After-hours trading lifted shares of Adobe Systems Inc. to more than 5 percent on heavy volume after the company, based in San Jose, Calif., reported a quarterly profit of $65.1 million, or, 13 cents a share, from $1.01 billion in revenue.
The reality of income disparity and imbalance between the very wealthy and the 98 percent of the rest of the country has reached an all-time high. On average, CEO's at S&P 500 Index companies made 380 times more than their typical workers in 2011 while 46.2 Americans live below the poverty line. However, Senator Elizabeth Warren's proposal to combat corporate greed and wage inequality makes perfect sense.
The Geneva International Motor Show offers an eye-blurring selection of revved-up makes and models from all corner of the world. Of course, America loves Asian imports, and there area an abundance of them turning heads in the show display halls.
Toyota unveiled the innovative i-ROAD concept vehicle, an electric three-wheeler that the automaker describes a personal mobility vehicle.
Honda unveiled the Civic Tourer concept vehicle at the Geneva auto show this month that will translate into a production model Civic wagon for the European market.