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Criticism of 401(k) plans for high fees is rampant, but not enough investors realize that fees for individual retirement accounts can be even higher.
Peer-to-peer lending pioneers have already loosened the stranglehold of traditional lenders over those in need of debt financing, and now aim to shake up the student loan market.
No one expects investors to make big changes to allocations in the final quarter. But with considerable gains in U.S. stocks, rebalancing into the European recovery may be a wise bet.
In this week's recap of the market’s "most dangerous" businesses, companies descend from the business page to the gossip sheet.
In an age of massive data-crunching capabilities, can the stock Vegas bookie character still be the genius behind the three-and-a-half-point NFL spread?
Markets don't like uncertainty, and there's nothing more uncertain than a world at war, but trying to time the market at such times could leave your portfolio a conflict casualty.
Big data's bang for a company's buck is far from proven. Take the NASCAR-Hewlett Packard big data effort: NASCAR says it creates no quantifiable economic value.
The incandescent bulb is an inefficient relic of the dawn of the modern era, but one important design principle endures: You mess with an iconic consumer design at your own peril.
Google gets more serious about gaming, and Kabam scores highly in the tech giant’s analysis of how mobile is the new arcade.
Computer deep learning will change the way we live: Imagine artificial intelligence that recognizes celebrities, a smartphone with an IQ hundreds of times today's expectations.