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Many who have made career mistakes say that it is devastating to realize you've made the wrong move. But nearly six years into this economic slump, some say that in retrospect they don't necessarily regret the decisions they've made.
Bankers who behave recklessly would be jailed under a new law being considered by MPs and peers on the banking commission, whose final report is due next month. The FT reports.
A British socialite is embroiled in a fight between an ex-Goldman exec and a hedge-fund millionaire over her child-support claims.
Even as new numbers show the overall employment picture improving, new college graduates may not be so lucky when it comes to finding work.
President Barack Obama said he needed definitive proof the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons in the country's civil war before he would take action.
Searches of financial terms on Google can be used to predict the direction of the stock market, according to an analysis of search engine behavior.
Macro factors in the U.S. and Europe are creating a challenging environment for retailers said McDonald's President and CEO Don Thompson.
Electronic Arts, once the videogame industry's biggest independent publisher, has laid off hundreds of employees as it continues to struggle.
Smashburger has offered craft beers at its restaurants as a way to extend its focus on local flavors, but a decision to pair craft beers with burgers has been a huge success for its sales.
Shares of beleaguered retailer JC Penney rose more than 7 percent in after-hours trading on Thursday after billionaire financier George Soros disclosed a 7.9-percent stake.
Now the novel is dividing the nation's booksellers with dueling paperback editions: the original enigmatic blue cover and a flashy version with Leonardo DiCaprio front and center.
Most homeowners know a special insurance policy is needed to cover flooding, but the insurance industry estimates that only 13 percent of them are covered.
Chevron on Friday reported first quarter profit that beat Wall Street's expectations, yet revenue was lower as refinery output suffered.
Investor enthusiasm took a break last week, indicating that some apprehension remains about the stock market.
US consumer sentiment weakened in April as Americans remained concerned about their employment and financial prospects, a survey released on Friday showed.
Months after Hostess shut down over a standoff with its unions, the re-formed cupcake maker is expecting to put its snacks back on store shelves—using nonunion workers.
Economic growth regained speed, but not as much as expected, which could heighten fears the weakening economy could struggle with spending cuts and higher taxes.
Months before legal sales of marijuana begin in Colorado and Washington, officials are struggling with rules to govern issues including "medibles," mold and production.
A technical glitch shut down the CBOE for over three hours, preventing investors from trading two key products used by institutions to hedge the broader market and volatility.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been moved to a prison from the hospital where he had been held since his arrest by police a week ago.
Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett has a new book out called "Is College Worth It?" Bennett discusses financial aid, tuition and what else is discouraging to students.
Every single economic report beat the Street's expectations this week. Insight on the markets, and the Fed's impact, with Andy Cross, Motley Fool.
Discussing what's next for IRS official Lois Lerner, and whether it's time for an IRS special counsel, with Tom Curran, Peckar & Abramson and John Eastman, Chapman University.