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Disappearing pension benefits are not the only retirement challenge workers face. Look what student debt can do.
Long-time stock market bull Tom Lee tells CNBC the U.S. won't go into recession. But he said: "Corrections and bear markets have the same feel."
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe they are living the American dream, thanks to determination and hard work, according to a report.
A global recession looms because of depressed oil prices and an economic slowdown in China, market watcher Mark Grant says.
Saudi Arabia, Russia and other countries that heavily rely on oil revenues are getting more desperate, oil expert Daniel Yergin tells CNBC.
Hillary Clinton has been postponing fundraisers with financial executives. But Wall Street isn't offended. Here's why.
If the Fed doesn't maintain its expected pace of raising interest rates, it's going to have an impact on Wall Street banks' balance sheets.
Last year, a group of retailers pledged to the end the controversial practice of on-call scheduling. But how far have they come?
With Netflix and Amazon both down more than 20 percent so far this year, does the magical union still hold true for investors?
Making money is the number one goal for any restaurateur, but what are the signs you're on the right track? The hosts of "Restaurant Startup" explain.
The Callan Target Date Index posts a negative return for 2015, its first annual loss since 2008.
Trump's dominance is over, Cruz is a force, Rubio has a clear shot and Clinton faces landmines, Politico's Ben White says.
Criminals are less interested in your credit card numbers these days. Their new target: opening accounts in your name.
A look at the 13 U.S. states, from Colorado to West Virginia, that levy their own taxes on retirees' Social Security benefits.
Facing overwhelming amounts of student debt, more millennials are considering alternatives, like vocational school.
S&P Capital IQ's Sam Stovall looks at market history to handicap what the worst January for stocks since 2009 might mean for the rest of the year.