Consumer Confidence Videos
Markets Recover Slightly but Brexit Concerns Remain
Jobs, companies and markets could continue to be impacted in the United States as long as uncertainty remains in Europe.
Obama Discusses Syria, Gun Violence in Presidential News Conference
The president spoke on a wide range of issues after saying farewell to Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
Check Out These Labor Day Deals
The holiday weekend is here, which means big bargains and huge end-of-summer deals.
US Economy Stalls in 1st Quarter
The U.S. economy grew at only 0.2 percent in the first quarter, well below the 1.0 percent economists expected.
Dow Plunges Nearly 350 points
And we're just halfway through in the trading day and the Dow has taken a tumble some 350 points. Mixed economic data and poor earnings date seem to be dragging that stocks down. But the rest of the day holds hello everyone I'm Michelle Franzen New York here to try and make sense of a little bit of
3rd Quarter GDP Jump Pushes Dow to 18,000
The Dow Industrials top 18,000 for the first time as third quarter GDP jumps to 5%.
'Super Saturday' Spending Blowout
About $10 billion spent this Saturday; late shoppers to give retailers a boost.
1.3 Percent Increase Expected for Labor Day Weekend Travel
The 34.7 million Americans expected to travel at least 50 miles for the holiday weekend is a positive sign for the US economy.
Walmart to Open Smaller Stores to Boost Sales
For the first time, the retail giant will more open smaller grocery and convenience stores instead of superstores.
Sheryl Sandberg: Privacy a 'Firm Commitment We Have' for Users
Facebook COO told ABC News in 2011 that "privacy is one of the most important things we do."