President Trump's promise to revitalize the manufacturing industry in the United States is working, according to this manufacturing expert.
A big financial name, a key transport company, and an enterprise cloud company are among the names liked by Ralph Bassett, head of North American equities at Aberdeen Standard Investments.
Glassdoor.com hosts a roundtable with Hillary Clinton, U.S. women's soccer player Megan Rapinoe and other leaders to discuss pay and gender in America.
BrewDogs has never played by traditional business rules and you can too thanks to a new book from co-founder James Watt.
Shawn Springs played in the NFL for 13 years, but it was a car accident that inspired him to create an improved helmet to battle traumatic brain injury.
"Spectre," the 24th James Bond movies comes out today and Yahoo Finance's "Cocktail of the week" pays homage to the mega movie franchise.
Institute for Integrative Nutrition says they have trained some 60,000 students in basic nutrition, health coaching and business. For many it has allowed them to create their own small business and be their own boss in a growing field.
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Shi Yongxin runs the ancient Shaolin Temple in the Henan province of China. In his 16 years as master, he has relied on commercialization to spread his culture and Buddhist beliefs. But now he's under investigation on several sordid claims of corruption.
Home shopping leader QVC has just launched in its seventh country: France. The company, launched in 1986 has had to adapt for a changing retail world. $8.8 billion in revenue last year suggests they are succeeding
For the fifth day in the last week commuters into New York City have had nothing but trouble. Could it be a sign of much bigger problems not just there, but around the country?
A new pilot program would offer incentives for drivers to swap old gas guzzlers for electric and hybrid vehicles and the less you earn, the bigger the aid.