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There's now more data to support the idea that doing well and doing good are not mutually exclusive.
These 10 states lead the nation in tech investment, patents and research, which has helped reinvigorate their local economies.
Investors should be concerned about Greece because the fallout could roil markets, the portfolio manager at Quantitative Management Associates says.
Nearly three-fourths of all couples said in a recent survey that they communicate very well. But with money, all bets are off.
Is this year's crop of Republican candidates bigger than in the past? It depends how you count them.
Homeownership rates are at their lowest level in 25 years, in part, because older, more affluent Americans now prefer to rent, a Harvard study says.
Top technician Jonathan Krinsky explains why the market is poised to rise another 3 percent by the end of the year.
Powering small devices with solar energy, including wearables, medical devices, and the Internet of Things is more feasible with new circuit.
The Container Store's CEO Kip Tindell shared the three reasons he believes women make better leaders than men.
The smaller contraction in first-quarter GDP does not bode all that well for the economy, according to two economists who were divided on what it means for the Fed.
America's Research Group finds that 58 percent of parents said they would buy only the bare minimum during the traditional back-to-school season.
Almost a third of Americans have no emergency savings at all, according to a new Bankrate survey. How to tell if you have enough put aside.
Government Web and mobile apps are the least secure and the least likely to be fixed, a report by application security company Veracode found.
Pennsylvania is proposing to be the next government to use social impact bonds, a financial tool that has support and criticism.
More states are allocating money for higher education based, in part, on performance measures designed to raise graduation rates.
FINRA took disciplinary actions against several financial services firms and individuals in June 2015. See who made the list.
Gmail users now have the possibility to undo email for up to 30 seconds, giving them the chance to spot typos, NBC News reports
An argument on a transatlantic United Airlines flight over a bag of nuts could run up a bill of £350,000 ($553,000) for the airline.
A simple, low-cost design inspired by an unloved insect can help robots navigate tough physical terrain.
Nearly 20 percent of Americans have debt that they've hidden from their partners, according to a new report from Haven Life.