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A quarter of Americans have no emergency savings. Here's how to boost your rainy-day fund, even with the holiday shopping season approaching.
As U.S. box-office receipts decline, some Chinese investors and U.S. media execs are pairing up to make big bets on China's film industry.
Stronger job growth in September should allay concerns about economic growth and reinforces the view that the Fed is on track to begin raising interest rates next year.
In 25 years you might not own any e-books, MP3s or digital movies. You'll rent them instead.
Friday's Good, Bad and Ugly focuses on the strong jobs report and the issue it raises for the Fed as policymakers ponder when to start raising interest rates.
The Fed's third round of bond buying had a better-than-expected impact on the jobs market, the Fed official said, urging the central bank to move faster on hiking rates.
The pace of growth in the U.S. services sector dipped for a third straight month in September, although the services employment picture improved, a survey showed on Friday.
Mergers have hit a level not seen since the financial crisis, and there is a way for investors to profit from the M&A frenzy—in one trade.
Setting and forgetting 401(k) plans works for years, but at some point you must check in to ensure you're maximizing available benefits.
New federal standards for converting medical procedures to codes for insurers is requiring firms to hire more and more medical coders.
U.S. gasoline prices are the lowest in four years following a drop in crude oil futures, the nation's largest motorists group said.
Many in the middle class are learning just how expensive an elite college can be, even for an upper middle-class family.
Major options traders are taking advantage of the recent weakness in stocks.
RadioShack has reached an agreement to refinance about $590 million of loans to restock ahead of the holiday season, sources said.
A planned $2.7 billion deal between pharma companies Salix and Cosmo, motivated in part by the opportunity to do a tax inversion, has fallen through.
Vice President Joe Biden tells Harvard students his job can be a "b****."
Facebook already knows who your friends are and the kind of things you like. Soon, it could also know the state of your health.
Google plans to launch a mobile messaging app it is likely to test in India and other emerging markets, the Economic Times newspaper reported.
Gross’s unusual behavior have been well documented, but what is as remarkable is how Pimco came to believe Gross was a liability. The FT reports.
BP on Thursday asked a U.S. court to reconsider a September ruling that found the company "grossly negligent" for the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
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