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Since the housing crash began, the market for these securities has been close to nothing. Banks still make the loans, but hold them on their books. Now that is beginning to change.
The topsy-turvy world of today's financial markets is upending what many people thought they understood about how to pay for life after work.
Transplant experts will meet to decide whether and how to change the rules for children, after the parents of two youngsters successfully sued to get restrictions temporarily lifted.
Fed policy has been credited often with pushing up stock prices, but one research firm believes the central bank has pushed all asset prices to extreme levels.
Researchers are going to great lengths to keep American honeybees from dying off. Now, they have come up with a sperm bank.
In 2008, 25 percent of 3M's revenue came from new products. Today, it's 34 percent.
Some companies allow their workers to buy and sell vacation time, a perk that gives workers more flexibility in managing their time off.
Some of the most famous tax havens in the world are in the heart of Europe, where a history of banking secrecy has created opportunities for large savings. But these havens are under increasing pressure to unlock their secrets.
Rafael Nadal tore up the record books by winning his 8th French Open. The Spaniard beat fellow country men David Ferrer in straight sets to become the first man to win 8 singles title at the same tournament.
How much cash could LeBron James likely get from winning the NBA title? Not as much as you might think
A former postal worker pleads guilty to disability fraud after being caught on television in "Wheel of Fortune" visibly able bodied. Esaun Pinto, CPI Investigations, offers insight.
In this weeks' beer news roundup: Budweiser gets bigger, Simpson's fans can now enjoy a Duff brew and a report shows the craft beer scene may be growing too fast.
Lenders aren't the only ones who look at your score. Increasingly, insurers and even prospective employers examine your credit habits.
New York's Cronut mania has prompted several bakeries around the country to seize on the hype and launch their own spins on the treat, despite its trademark protection.
While the end of easy monetary policy has been cast as the great enemy of stocks, for some tapering can't happen soon enough.
The credit-card comparison website CardHub.com is releasing its analysis of more than 1,000 business and personal credit cards for small-business owners.
Higher levels of home ownership drag down the economy, a new study by British economists found.
A new study released Friday discovered that an average of 15 percent of flexible endoscopes used to examine GI tracts and colons at five hospitals were dirty.
The Pentagon needs to follow the private sector's lead on acquisitions, particularly when it comes to critical information technology, says one lawmaker.
There aren't a lot of motor vehicles using natural gas, but that could be changing thanks to a confluence of trends.