Gold prices are easing back from a big jump in the prior session when Federal Reserve chairman nominee Janet Yellen made dovish comments regarding the central bank's stimulus to the U.S. economy.
Gold climbs as Federal Reserve nominee Janet Yellen signals support for monetary stimulus amid increase in jobless claims.
Reports that a Chinese Bitcon exchange holding up to $4.1 million has disappeared fuels the controversy over use of the online currency.
In two surprise moves in tech, the iPad Mini with retina display goes on sale and Google adds music capabilities to its Glass product.
Hit the links with a golf pro or play football with an NFL star through Thuzio, which offers experiences sports fans are ponying up for.
Under a new deal with the U.S. Postal Service, Amazon will begin delivering on Sundays in New York and Los Angeles.
A few more earnings roll in next week, including reports from big retailers Macy's, Kohl's and Nordstrom.
Stars like Ashton Kutcher and Oprah Winfrey have had a major role in Twitter's meteoric rise leading up to its big initial public offering.
Google launches Helpouts -- a new service where people can pay for assistance over live video chat.
Earnings continue to roll ahead of the October jobs report, which has been delayed due to the partial government shutdown.