Labor Department lawsuit also claims software giant favors Asian workers in its recruiting and hiring practices
The CFBP alleges the loan servicer cheated "struggling borrowers out of their rights to lower payments"
Global elites at World Economic Forum debate the state of U.S. sanctions against Russia under incoming president Donald Trump
An investment in the stock market at the start of this U.S. president's administration almost tripled eight years later
President-elect says U.S. dollar is too strong; Obamacare repeal could hit 32 million Americans; and big uptick seen in U.S. industrial production. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
Wilbur Ross, commerce secretary nominee, will divest the vast majority of his business holdings and resign from nearly 50 boards if confirmed. His confirmation hearing is Wednesday
JPMorgan Chase International's Jacob Frenkel sees a stronger U.S. economy once federal regulations that he says stifle business are lifted.
The president-elect is taking credit for companies shifting investment stateside -- but there’s no evidence they actually have
Kevin O'Leary of "Shark Tank" announces candidacy in race to take on Canada's Justin Trudeau
Jacob Frenkel of JPMorgan Chase International calls China president's defense of free trade at the 2017 World Economic Forum "meaningful" -- and ironic.
Increasing numbers of retirees are turning to an ever-widening variety of online platforms to earn extra income
A "verbal intervention" by the president-elect threatens the recent uptrend, which has rested on the greenback's rise
Lawrence Summers argues that White House threats to companies that make products in Mexico could lead to job losses in U.S.
Hermitage Capital Management CEO Bill Browder says that Russia will wait to retaliate against sanctions imposed by the Obama administration until President-elect Donald Trump acts.
VTB Bank President Andrey Kostin predicts that the Trump administration will clear up "problems" like sanctions and that Russia will experience steady economic growth.
Russian Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev says that it's in the national interest of the U.S. to work well with Russia.
But critics worry that the agency is struggling to keep up with the rapidly increasing number of cases
The traditional event to mark a new presidency will include marching bands, a parade and balls -- as well as protesters
Given the unusual number of unpredictable situations, the best move may be to focus on fundamentals, like earnings
Any given NFL franchise is valued, on average, at $2 billion, so it should come as no surprise that most of the league's owners claim over $1 billion in net worth