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Due to bad records, some Social Security numbers for people age 112 and older are still listed as alive—and some claim to be working.
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Illinois may be fighting an uphill battle in defending the constitutionality of a 2013 public pension reform law before the state supreme court.
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Stanford topped new rankings for American MBA programs, breaking a tie with Harvard and Penn.
Cinderella teams that go deep into the NCAA basketball tournament can reap serious riches for their schools.
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A new CFPB study found that less than 7 percent of consumers know the rights they're giving up by signing a contract with an arbitration agreement.
The demand has created an unusually close partnership between the energy industry and community colleges to train people for disappearing skills. The NYT reports.
Consumers added a record $57.1 billion in new credit card debt in 2014, but defaults hit a six-year low, a new survey says.
A settlement with the three major credit bureaus will make it easier to dispute and correct errors, among other changes.
A new study finds that household incomes grew the fastest under Reagan and Clinton, but it's lagging under Obama.
Money problems are the top source of employee stress. Financial wellness programs aim to help workers cope and improve productivity.