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A new analysis details the additional benefits one same-sex couple would receive if they are considered a married couple by Social Security.
Three free online tools to help you crunch the numbers to maximize your Social Security benefits.
Even as water utility companies affected by the drought face decreased revenues, they are finding another way to make money.
Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube have unveiled shoppable ads that let consumers directly buy goods by clicking on sponsored content.
Anyone waiting for that big economic boost from lower gas prices ought to stop holding their breath.
The FCC requires wireless carriers to provide text-to-911 service, but local emergency dispatch centers are slow to upgrade systems. NBC News reports.
Economists talk of a manufacturing renaissance, even though the sector is down 3.2 percent and 2 million jobs have been lost since 2007.
A new survey shows that Americans are deeply pessimistic about economic mobility partly because of high housing costs.
The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut have been quietly investigating Apple's negotiations with music companies.
One of the top finishers at the World Series of Poker faces card-marking allegations.
The CEO of DoubleLine Capital said he still believes the Fed will probably not raise rates this year, in part because of a lack of wage inflation.
Target will double its share buyback program and boost its quarterly dividend, confirming the contents of a statement it published inadvertently.
Investors have had to quickly get used to the recent spurt of market volatility and, with few assets offering a safe haven from the rout, investors are eyeing the vulnerable bond sector for direction.
The ACA has cut uninsured rates to historic lows, but many Americans still can’t afford health coverage, The Fiscal Times reports.
Two major American cities are seeking to provide more information about the foods consumers eat.
The jump in interest rates' to their highest level this year caused a surge in mortgage applications. Why? Fear that rates will move even higher.
Netflix shareholders approved a massive increase in the number of shares the company can issue, a step toward a possible stock split.
The stunning leak of intimate celebrity photos may reach far wider than was previously known, involving the breach of almost 600 online accounts.
Police are investigating reports that a copy of author E.L. James's latest novel, "Grey", has been stolen, her British publisher Random House said.
Overseas markets bring in more advertising revenue than the U.S. for Facebook, amounting to 51 percent of global ad sales in the first quarter.
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Hermes’ iconic Birkin Bag may not have its name for much longer, as the inspiration behind the handbag has demanded some big changes.
Despite its myriad troubles and doubters on Wall Street, Bank of America has a friend in Dick Bove.
Glenn Fedale on how he turned a summer job working in the gutters into a $60 million roofing and real estate fortune.
U.S. stock futures were under some pressure in early trading, after Wall Street Wednesday logged its second straight win.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety conducted a series of crash tests on Ford's F-150.
Complete video of Jim Cramer's conversation with two all-stars of the Delivering Alpha stage, Bill Ackman and Nelson Peltz, where they discuss a variety of investment topics.