Shelina Janmohamed, author of Generation M:Young Muslims Changing the World, talks about how being faithful and modern go together for some millennials.
The coming transfer of $30 trillion in assets from baby boomers to their heirs is creating challenges for clients and advisors alike.
Couples spent a record $35,329 on a wedding last year, according to The Knot. Here's where it costs the most to get married.
88% of drivers 19- to 24-years-old acknowledged engaging in risky behavior such as texting while driving, USA Today reports.
Millennial rate themselves more savvy about managing money than they actually are.
Don't take out more debt for school than you really need. Here's how to tell.
Zillow says more unmarried couples are diving into the real estate market. Here's how to protect your interest in that new home.
Xavier Desaulles, CEO at Club Med, talks about how the company creates experiences for holiday goers.
Thieves are making more fraudulent online purchases using victims' credit cards, and opening new accounts in their names. Here's how to fight back.
Student loan debt has far-reaching consequences, especially for women.
Conor Dougherty, New York Times, discusses the economic impact of Millenials leaving cities.
How your student loan servicer handles extra payments could cost you a lot extra in the long run.
Startups like Pangea196 and Nomad List make it easier for millennials to work out of office all the time.
Philippe Le-Bretton, regional GM at PUMA talks about the brand's change in strategy to better engage millennials.
A jewelry upstart is steadily carving out a reputation for himself in a sector that's becoming less dominated by major jewelry producers.
Francine Lai, Gerber Kawasaki, and Ryan Payne, Payne Capital Management, weigh in on how Millenials are trading based off Donald Trump's Twitter account.
The average grandparent gives thousands of dollars in money and time each year to benefit a grandchild. Can you afford the bill?
Millennials earn 20 percent less than boomers did at the same stage of life, despite being better educated.
Robert Manduca at Harvard University talks about why growth in the U.S. hasn't translated into greater upward mobility.
Aymeric Lacroix at Swarovski talks about the legacy brand's attempt to engage its millennials consumers better.