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Archie Comics will kill its eponymous hero in an upcoming issue of the "Life With Archie" series.
Bad news, kids. When it comes to your parents' savings priorities, funding their golden years is winning over financing your college years.
A new study finds that the richer you are, the more likely you are to support paying higher tax rates.
Legg Mason's Bill Miller may have lost 20 percent of his investment in bitcoin, but he's still bullish on its potential.
Despite Facebook's $2 billion deal for Oculus, there are still plenty of hurdles virtual reality must clear.
Ten leading money men and women have agreed to give investors access to their three best ideas this week. Here are the participants so far and their picks.
The March meeting was significant not for what the Fed did regarding QE, but for what it said about how it will raise interest rates in future.
A look at some tech billionaire's wealth offers a lesson in tech stock volatility.
Bridgewater has posted modest, positive returns this year as other hedge funds that bet on macroeconomic trends have faltered.
Perhaps the most perplexing food-delivery decision is the final one: How much to tip?
Risk parity funds are up this year after losing money in 2013, but investors are getting out of the strategy.
Credit and debit card fraud is a multibillion-dollar problem, but putting an exact figure on the cost is not that easy.
It will be weeks before results are in for India's national elections, but investors have already picked their favorite.
Using a credit card or cash to pay for goods is easy, but there are several tech companies that think the process can be made even easier.
The Oracle sees good value in Canadian oil-and-gas companies with long-life reserves. The sector is now trading at historic low multiples.
The insurance industry is bracing for the Obama administration's final Medicare Advantage rate cuts for 2015, which will be announced late Monday.
If you've ever wanted to roam the beautiful greens of Augusta, this may be the year to do it.
A large chunk of American adults are no longer in the labor force, and economists are divided over how many are voluntarily not working.
Microsoft ends customer support for its Windows XP operating system, leaving businesses and other users vulnerable to hackers.
A longtime SEC employee thinks his agency was too "tentative and fearful" of prosecuting Wall Street after the financial crisis.