Financial

(Undated) -- Consumers are taking advantage of Labor Day sales. A recent survey has found nearly 65-percent of Americans are shopping during the holiday weekend, which is an increase from last year's 59-percent. Most of the increase is coming from people looking for back-to-...
(Orlando, FL) -- This is shaping up to be the busiest Labor Day travel weekend in years. Heather Hunter at AAA says more people are traveling because of the improving economy, but also because of the calendar. Hunter says that when Labor Day weekend starts in August, families...
(San Francisco, CA) -- Google is secretly testing disaster relief drones outside of the U.S. Rachel Silverman reports. Q....SOQ 00:32
(New York, NY) -- Stocks are closing higher as markets post a fourth week of gains. The bullish sentiment is being fueled by stronger-than-expected economic reports and gains by Apple, Google and Tesla. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose nearly 19 points to finish the week at...
(Undated) -- Americans are making a little more money, but they're spending less. Personal income for July rose two-tenths of a percent, while personal spending fell one-tenth. Those figures are both below analysts' forecasts. Economists expected a three-tenths increase in...
(Undated) -- Google isn't saying anything but the search engine giant is secretly testing drones. Google revealed on Thursday that it started testing delivery drones in Australia earlier this month. Google says its engineers and experts have safely carried out 30 test flights of...
(Undated) -- It's been nine years since a devastating hurricane struck the Gulf Coast, leaving damage that is still being felt today. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina tore into the coast, devastating the city of New Orleans and surrounding areas. Thousands of people who didn't or...
(Undated) -- A new study says climate change is going to ruin Hawaii. The study by the University of Hawaii predicts higher average temperatures, warmer and more acidic oceans, and disrupted rain patterns leading to periods of drought, heavy rain and flooding. The biggest...
(Undated) -- Malaysia Airlines is cutting thousands of jobs as part of a nearly two-billion dollar restructuring. One of the troubled airline's major investors announced today that between six-thousand and 14-thousand workers will lose their jobs. The company will be de-listed...