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Why Do So Many Millennials Live With Their Parents? Two Theories: Marriage and Debt.

Last year, even as the job market picked up speed, the fraction of 25-to-34-year-old Americans living with their parents stayed stuck at record highs nearing 15 percent, according to the Census Bureau. Seems odd, right? After all, millennials have been moving home in historic droves mostly because of the weak economy, haven’t they? Maybe not. Show More Summary

TPG in box seat for GE deal

TPG Capital consortium still favourite to win auction of local consumer lending business.

The most interesting part of Warren Buffett’s 50th annual letter to shareholders

Warren Buffett's annual letters to shareholders, in advance of Berkshire Hathaway's festive shareholder meeting, are usually studded with nuggets of investment advice in between updates on how portfolio companies have fared. This year's...Show More Summary

Is Sam's Club Losing Buyers to Wal-Mart Stores Inc.?

Wal-Mart's Sam's Club aims to help its core customers: small businesses.

Subscription Business Models Are Startup Favorites

Every new business quickly realizes that revenue coming in every period on a committed basis is the Holy Grail to survival and growth. According to many experts, getting new customers is five to ten times harder than getting additional revenue from existing customers. Show More Summary

Fed’s Williams Sees Full U.S. Employment by Year End

The U.S. economy will be operating at "full employment" by the end of this year as the unemployment rate drops to 5%, said John Williams, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, on Sunday.

A Fresh Marijuana Study Reveals Shocking News Regarding Its Relative Safety

An international research team examined the relationship between a toxic dose of seven different drugs -- both legal and illegal -- and human intake of those drugs, and came to a surprising conclusion about marijuana.

Canadians chasing the Crown jewels

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan emerges as latest suitor for mobile phone tower operator Crown Castle.

Warren Buffett Says Berkshire Has 'Right Person' as Heir

Bill Pugliano/Getty Images By Luciana Lopez and Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK -- Warren Buffett told investors Saturday that Berkshire Hathaway had found his successor, giving more details than ever about the heir to the company he has run...Show More Summary

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA), Apple Inc. (AAPL): Which Stock Do Investors Like Best?

After Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA) went public at the end of September 2014, it quickly gained the popularity of both big money managers and smaller investors. However, as the data for the last quarter of 2014 show, the atmosphere of excitement started to cool down and Alibaba saw a withdrawal of capital during the last […]

This Program Turns NFL Players Into Entrepreneurs

The Trust, which uses money from the league's salary cap, helps players transition into life after football.

Oil Prices: First One to $0 Wins?

It seems like oil analysts are in a race to call the lowest oil price. Which is a story that seems eerily familiar.

Women in Business Q&A: Michelle Forsythe, Co-Founder & CEO, NoteStream

Michelle Forsythe is the Co-Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of NoteStream. A life-long, self-driven learner, she has achieved success through the underrated power of asking "Why not?" Her early years found her working in theShow More Summary

Eric Holder Defends Al Sharpton’s Ties To White House, Despite Tax Debts

Al Sharpton still owes millions in taxes but seems to live a charmed life, in and out of the White House. Even Politico asked outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder if Sharpton wasn't too close. Heck no.

Rand Paul Has a Remarkably Silly Idea for a New Currency

Rand Paul's nutty animosity toward the Federal Reserve and modern monetary policy in general are old news by now, so it's not surprising that he'd be intrigued by the idea of cryptocurrencies, given that they aren't controlled by a central bank. Show More Summary

Net Neutrality Is Here, and 75% of Americans Don't Know What It Is

The FCC has approved a controversial proposal to regulate ISPs as utilities, but the battle is just beginning.

Are investment pros required to act in your best interest?

The fiduciary standard has received a lot of attention recently. The Supreme Court, President Obama and the Department of Labor have all recently discussed it and how it impacts ordinary investors. Jill Schlesinger reports.

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