The Congressional Budget Office has updated its ten-year federal budget deficit forecast, now predicting it will be smaller than previously estimated.
Neil Hughes, managing editor at AppleInsider, weighs in on reports that Apple is planning a new iPad with a 12.9-inch screen, which would be its biggest iPad to date.
MassChallenge founder and chief executive John Harthorne weighs in on the trend in entrepreneurship in the U.S.
Burger King's chief executive says the deal to buy Canadian doughnut chain Tim Hortons can be considered a tax inversion, but that wasn't the driver behind the agreement.
Increases in U.S. home prices are experiencing a widespread slowdown, according to the S&P Case-Shiller composite index of 20 metropolitan cities.
This month, McDonald's reported its biggest decline in global same-store sales since 2003.
Goldman Sachs is said to be planning a new partner class of no more than 70 employees, its smallest class since 2012.
Production of Apple's newest iPhone has reportedly hit a snag. The setback is due to a brightness enhancement feature that had to be revised.
Shares of Foot Locker are climbing on Friday after the retailer reported a 39% jump in fiscal second-quarter earnings.
Home improvement retailer Home Depot announced that it's naming current president of U.S. retail, Craig Menear, its new president and CEO, succeeding Frank Blake.