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Does money roll downhill? In their drive to cut taxes, President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are betting it does.
Here’s what you need to know to compete with the most seasoned shoppers — while keeping your spending in check.
This year's theme is "The Perfect Gift Brings People Together"
The conventional wisdom that Millennials are turning away from fast food is wrong, and these five chains prove it.
A new report shows a surprising amount of Americans plan for the most expensive gift they buy this year to cost less than $50.
Norway’s trillion-dollar sovereign wealth fund has proposed dropping investment for oil and gas companies.
Consider making a small investment which can save you thousands.
Firestone Walker's 5.5% ABV ale was fresh, bracing and roasty, without excessive bitter roastiness.
Let’s take a closer look at teacher pay across the country, by region.
New data reveals that Millennials are more likely to suffer from money-related stress than any other age group.
Stocks did great, our global economy is finally growing almost everywhere and signs suggest more good times ahead.
An investigation by his venture firm uncovered a pattern of deception with women including extramarital affairs, some of which blurred the line between professional and personal, the report said.
Some small business owners approach recruiting and managing with the goal of turning temporary workers into long-term ones, or helping them find other jobs.
Most consumers don't have key end-of-life documents in place. Documents like a DNR and POLST overlap, but that redundancy can help ensure your wishes are followed.
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After half a century as a net importer, the U.S. is poised in the coming decade to become a net exporter.
With Model 3 productions challenges already looming, Musk now is adding more complexity with news of a new Semi truck and Roadster.
When shopping for a low-priced used car, three things will become evident.
Are there any danger zone questions (or just plain ineffective) questions employers shouldn’t ask?
Forget Florida -- a new country may be a far better retirement destination.