Families of children with disabilities have sued Walt Disney Co. theme parks and resorts in Anaheim and Orlando, Fla., over a new policy allowing guests with disabilities quick access to rides and attractions.
Markets Feb. 27, 2014 / 2:45 PM GMT / Updated Feb. 27, 2014 / 9:14 PM GMT / Source: CNBC.com Stocks rose on Thursday, with the S&P 500 marking a record high close, after Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born, and the day you know why. Unfortunately for some people, that second day never occurs. For lucky people, though, the second day—the day
This week, Bloomberg Markets Magazine is carrying a thorough update of the team's blood, sweat, and tears — a ranking of the 100 wealthiest people on the planet and what they're worth. Since last December,
How General Motors Was Really Saved: The Untold True Story Of The Most Important Bankruptcy In U.S. History
Editor’s Note: Lots of people–including President Obama–have trumpeted their role in the success of the government-backed turnaround plan that saved General Motors, the most important industrial company
The math of home ownership simply doesn't work for some young people. Take a young man we'll call Neil, for example. He's a single, 31-year-old journalist in Toronto who makes a middling five-figure salary,
A US middle school teacher who served two tours with the National Guard in Afghanistan has been hailed as a hero for trying to protect students from a shooting witnessed by up to 30 children. Police said
President Barack Obama will “directly address the technical problems with HealthCare.gov” at 11:25 a.m. Monday in the Rose Garden where he also plans to underscore the benefits his health law will provide
Colorado Marijuana Industry Gets $1 Million From Investor Group: It's 'The Next Great American Industry'
Investors looking for high returns took to Colorado this week and poured more than $1 million into the burgeoning legalized recreational marijuana industry in the state. In Denver, more than 60 investors
When Intuit, the software giant behind Quicken and Quickbooks, launched a small business contest for a free ad in the 2014 Super Bowl, the company may have gotten more than it bargained for. The rules
To navigate the new workplace, Schawbel says millennials need to master a new set of rules that aren't taught in school. Advances in technology, the rise of social media, and 24/7 connectivity mean young
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer made $1 billion by quitting. The perennially embattled software boss said this morning he would retire within the next 12 months. At the market open, his 333.252 million shares