Elizabeth MacBride is a freelance writer and editor who writes frequently about personal finance, investing, entrepreneurship and the economy. Her work has appeared in CNBC, BBC Capital, Crain's New York, HBR.com, AARP, Advertising Age, Newsweek and many others -- and she is working on a book, recently excerpted in The Atlantic. You can find her at the blog 200kfreelancer.com and on Twitter: @editoremacb.
Investment legends Jack Bogle and Warren Buffett don't recommend overseas investing. This may be one place to depart from their wisdom.
Iconic entrepreneur and investor Jack Bogle gives tips to a young generation in search of financial success.
Advances in solar power, mapping technology and construction can help eliminate slums in cities around the world.
A construction magnate has rallied support from investors of all faiths to rebuild Bethlehem, a city hurt by years of military occupation.
A longtime critic of some of the financial industry's practices, Bogle shares the reforms he would like to see under the new administration.
Cash is emerging as a more efficient, immediate form of charity for refugees in crisis regions like Aleppo, Syria.
Fear of capital flight grows as Turkish lira falls after the Russian ambassador to Turkey is shot and killed in a terrorist attack.
Following a crackdown on business, the Turkish lira has been in a free fall and the crisis is affecting foreign investment in Turkey.
A Muslim registry is a terrible idea with high hidden costs. Here's what's at stake, says Elizabeth MacBride.