Companies are starting to wind down as we head into the homestretch of the holiday season, but that doesn't mean that no news is good news.
Are you feeling it? Somewhere between the rallying equity prices and market research giant Forrester's predicting a 16% spike in online sales during the holiday shopping season, it's easy to begin feeling good about the economy.
We're waist deep in earnings season, so one doesn't have to go far to find winners and losers. On any given day, dozens -- and at its peak, hundreds -- of companies discuss their most recent financials.
Layoffs, recalled eggs, and bears -- oh my.
'OpenNotes', a new software that enables doctors to keep their notes online for the easy access by their patients could lead to unnecessary worry, suggests a preliminary report on the new project.
Women worry about getting fat because it is in their brains, suggests a new study. When confronted with the idea of putting on weight, even the most confident of women have a tendency to react negatively.