This week brought more signs that the housing market is showing continued improvement.
Benjamin Moore's CEO is optimistic about the year and says consumers are spending on home improvement despite some concerns about the economy.
Berkshire Hathaway's Clayton Homes unit is embarking on acquisitions as it seeks to grow and move into new markets.
Wednesday's release of March existing homes sales data should show improvement over dismal results in February, but the housing market overall is underperforming, according to one expert.
First-time homebuyers are ditching the starter home in favor of saving up for their dream home.
An EgyptAir plane was hijacked overnight. The hijacker claimed to be wearing an explosive vest and demanded the plane be diverted to Cyprus.
Reading the newspapers every day should be a money making proposition and not just a method for keeping up with current events, said Matt Towery, author of Newsvesting.
Consumers might be scaling back spending at department stores, but they have been out shopping in full force at Home Depot.
U.S. stocks are looking to start Tuesday lower as oil prices slip.
Chinese stocks sold off overnight.