If you've dreamed of staying in a luxurious Tuscan compound amid rolling hills and shrouded in peaceful tranquility, that's actually in California.
Worldwide Olympic Partners including Coca-Cola, McDonald's and Dow pay $100 billion to be Olympic sponsors. Their investment looks a little less safe when the Olympic Committee they're paying picks a site with Russia's problems.
If you've got Olympic fever but no ticket to Sochi, all is not lost.
Automakers spend huge amounts on the NFL's biggest game, with largely mixed results.
You can have pure, blissful, cozy warmth for a while and get silky smooth skin, even in the dead of winter.
Half of the U.S. population isn't going to watch the game on Sunday. These are some of the best ways to join Tom Brady and the other game day contrarians.
When you can auction off a car for $30 million, there's no point in worrying about the stock market.
Before you complain about the halftime show that the NFL and its broadcast partner put together this year, just remember that it used to be a whole lot worse not that long ago.
Electronic Arts watched its exclusive license from the National Football League and its players' union expire this year. That opens the door to video game football competitors for the first time since 2005.
The NFL's big game is a huge deal, but it might not be the biggest sporting event in the U.S. this year. On a global level, it isn't even close to the big time.
A wealth of natural resources is increasingly coming to mean just plain old wealth.
As days pass and hype fades, tickets for football's biggest event become more affordable. Still costly, but slightly less so.
Shares of leather accessories retailer Coach are falling in morning trading after the company reported worse-than-expected second quarter earnings before the bell.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is giving $1 billion to anyone who fills out a perfect bracket for the NCAA basketball tournament, but here's why it's not a big deal.
The world's largest companies don't have to be NFL sponsors to buy ad time for Super Bowl XLVIII, but it does help to spend wisely and often.
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