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Investors Are Dumping ‘Alt’ Funds; Precisely The Wrong Time?

Are investors bailing on so-called alternative funds at precisely the wrong time? Financial Times' Attracta Mooney notes that 20 alt mutual funds have closed in 2015. At the same time, the 10 alternative mutual funds with the largest outflows in 2015 all had negative returns through October. Show More Summary

Pirate faces financial ruin if his anti-piracy video isn’t viewed 200,000 times

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This guy’s anti-piracy movie has to be viewed 200,000 times or he’s going to get sued by some of the biggest media companies in Europe. A 30-year-old man identified only Jakub F lost […]

Spotting and Stopping Shameless Holiday Financial Appeals

During this holiday season, it's natural to think about giving. Multitudes of churches and ministries wisely seize the moment. "It's the most wonderful time of the year …" so it's an opportune time to encourage people to be generous with end-of-year giving.

Unemployment in Japan Down to 20-Year Low - Reports

The unemployment rate in Japan fell to 3.1 percent – the lowest level since 1995, in October, The Financial Times reports.

9 Ways To Give Great Gifts Without The Financial Stress

The holidays are supposed to be a time of celebration. Yet according to a survey by Experian, many Americans are concerned about the financial stresses of buying gifts and increasing debt at this time of year. The survey found that when it comes to finances: 60% of respondents said holiday shopping is [...]

After most financial crises government majorities will shrink and parliaments fragment…

So as David has noted there was another poll today. In fact there are no changes outside the margin of error from the last Irish Times Ipsos/MRBI poll in September. So I’m less inclined to follow his route one lead in my own analysis. The numbers are as follows: Fine Gael (30 +2); Sinn Fein more...

9 Mantras That Will Keep You Mentally Strong During Tough Times

While it's often easy to be mentally strong when life is going well, your true strength becomes apparent through adversity. The loss of a loved one, a health problem, relationship issues, and financial troubles are just a few of theShow More Summary

Showing Our Thanks for Grandparent Caregivers

As most of us prepare to gather with family, sharing meals and good times, we as a nation should look at how we value families and support the efforts made within families to provide for future generations. With limited financial assets, low-income communities have long relied on social and family resources to provide stability for children. Show More Summary

7 Financial Blunders You Should Avoid in Marriage

Getty Images Marriage is amazing.That is, if all goes well. And many times, it doesn't.There are many issues married couples must deal with that singles don't experience -- and they aren't simple issues to solve, either.Think about it. Show More Summary

Financial Inclusion and Shared Prosperity: The Next Frontier for People with Disabilities

Thanksgiving Day in big cities and across rural America is so much more than sitting down with family and friends and enjoying turkey and all the side dishes and dessert choices. It is also a time of reflection, a moment in time to appreciate who we are, our circle of support, our sense of freedom, independence, and strength in our diversity. Show More Summary

One of the world's largest insurers is partnering with the 'Chinese Google' to launch in the country

Germany's biggest insurer, Allianz is partnering with Baidu, often dubbed the "Chinese Google" to launch an online insurance company in China, the Financial Times reports. Allianz will join up with China's biggest search engine and investment...Show More Summary

Today: A Merger's Side Effects. Shoplifting Suspects, Beware.

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. Subscribe to the newsletter TOP STORIES Side Effects Include ? Lower corporate taxes. More "financial flexibility" to invest in R&D and manufacturing. Fears of higher drug prices for consumers....

Pfizer-Allergan Merger Skirts New Anti-Inversion Rules, Sticks Shareholder With The Tax Bill

Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan), The Three Causes of Inversions: Reflections on Pfizer/Allergan and Notice 2015-79 Bloomberg, Pfizer's Viagra Tax Dollars Head to Dublin as U.S. Loses Again Financial Times, Pfizer Set for Tax Windfall With Ireland Move Fortune, Why New Tax Inversion Rules Won't Stop Pfizer-Allergan Deal The Guardian, Pfizer's $155bn...

Master Your Money You Will: How to Become a Financial Jedi Master

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.... There was a mystical knightly order thoroughly trained to guard justice and peace in the universe. They called themselves Jedi. Today, I’m going to teach you how to master your finances – like a Jedi. Worry do not, smart you are. Prevail […]

New ‘The Big Short’ Trailer: It’s Time to Kick the Banks in the Teeth

This winter, comedy director Adam McKay (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Step Brothers) takes the leap to a different genre by directing the financial crisis drama The Big Short. Based on Michael Lewis‘ book of the same name,Show More Summary

Krugman: Hillary's Plan Toughest on Wall Street

Paul Krugman, New York Times: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders had an argument about financial regulation during Tuesday's debate -- but it wasn't about whether to crack down on banks. Instead, it was about whose plan was tougher.Show More Summary

Saab 9-4X Aero

It is the best of times and the worst of times for struggling Swedish automaker Saab. Ongoing financial problems have led to a supplier boycott of Saab’s headquarters plant in Trollhattan – a major disappointment considering the maker is in the midst of launching the broadest product offensive in its six-decade history. For the moment, […]

10 Money Steps to Take Before Your 70th Birthday

Alamy"Everyone faces financial challenges at different points in life. The older you get, the less wiggle room you have..." By Kimberly Palmer Our money needs -- and demands -- are constantly shifting as we age. By the time we reachShow More Summary

DEUTSCHE BANK: Killing passwords is the future of security

Deutsche Bank is considering scrapping traditional passwords in favour of thumbprint technology, facial recognition, and smart tech that knows how you hold a phone. The Financial Times reports that the bank is looking at replacing passwords...Show More Summary

Pearson’s Big Paydays Defy the Odds Against Print Media

The sales of The Financial Times and The Economist for about $2 billion cumulatively raise questions about whether the deals will pay off financially for the buyers.

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