The "Doctor on Demand" app, which launched in 15 states this week, let patients skip the traditional visit to the doctor's office for a video chat instead.
GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONS
The IRS hasn’t kept up with auditors’ recommendations to protect taxpayer information that is vulnerable to hackers, according to a government watchdog report, which has raised...
General Motors opens its $250-million metal-stamping plant right next to a company assembly line in Arlington, Texas in hopes of saving big money on shipping costs.
The Obama Administration is ordering hundreds of parks that sit on federal land to close amid the government shut down -- even though they don't use any government funding.
Chrysler reluctantly filed for an IPO of up to $100 million, forced by its second-largest shareholder.
California lawmakers passed a bill to increase the state’s minimum wage to $10 an hour within the next three years. That would give the state one of the top minimum wage levels...
As the advertising world teams up with social media, what was once just a fun way of keeping in touch with friends is paying big dividends for some.
Attorney General Eric Holder is putting Wall Street on notice that the Justice Department is preparing to bring civil or criminal charges against those responsible for the 2008...
LIFESTYLE AND BUDGET
According to the American Bankers Association, 1.7% of accounts were delinquent in the first quarter of 2013, down from 1.99% the prior quarter and well below the 15-year...
Employers looking to snoop on job applicants’ social media habits could face hefty fines if a new bill becomes law.