Karen Mills, the former administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) during President Barack Obama’s presidency, sat down with Yahoo Finance.
U.S. stocks were mixed Friday as investors monitored corporate earnings results and looked for signs of easier monetary policy from Federal Reserve officials.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said he would take the job of Fed chair if offered, but said he has not been called on to do so.
Tax breaks for two major health care companies are under scrutiny by New Jersey’s economic development agency.
Snap Inc. reports earnings on July 23 and new numbers from web analytics firm Similarweb show something to encourage investors.
Shares of customer-intelligence provider Medallia are soaring in the public debut, continuing the hot streak for enterprise software IPOs this year.
2017's disappointing "Justice League" is gone but certainly not forgotten, as fans clamor to release the so-called "Snyder cut."
Huawei founder and CEO opens up about how his company managed to survive and thrive after being banned by the U.S. government.
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is stuck in the bottom tier and reflected on what that’s like to Rick Newman during an interview for Yahoo Finance’s Meet the Candidate series.
Foreign buyers are purchasing significantly less American real estate, according to a new survey. Slowing global economic growth and tighter capital controls in China are partly to blame for the decline.
After decades of pressure, investigations, and closures, the trend of for-profit schools is remarkably resilient and continues to fuel the student debt crisis, according to recently released data from the Department of Education (DOE).
Nvidia has recreated the Apollo 11 moon landing in modern graphics to demonstrate what astronauts saw 50 years ago.
IBM’s profit beat was overshadowed by its fourth straight drop in quarterly revenue, leaving some analysts to wonder if it can make itself relevant in the modern age.
Danny Meyer, CEO of the Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG), said that he approves raising minimum wage to $15 per hour. His sit down with Yahoo Finance comes only days before the House votes gradually raise minimum wage by 2025.