A college in Maryland is in the early stages of approving a proposal that would make the president's salary based on whatever the janitor makes. Read more »
About half of the country has more credit card debt than savings, according to CBS News. Read more »
Women who reluctantly became their household’s top financial earner are less happy, CNN reported. Read more »
A billionaire put it pretty simply: If you’re paying $1 million in tax money, then you probably should get 1 million votes. Read more »
It’s not just the East Coast getting slammed by the snow and wintry weather, but retail sales, too. Read more »
A report from the Federal Reserve shows consumers are getting back into debt as the economy improves. Read more »
Couples tend to disagree about their financial futures, as well as where they store their financial documents and who their life insurance beneficiaries are, CBS News reported. These are topics you... Read more »
Forbes unveils 10 ways that successful people remain calm under pressure. Read more »
It may not be chocolates and roses, but there are many ways to celebrate Valentine's Day as a parent. Read more »
A new survey by the National Sanitation Foundation found that workers think anyone who comes into the office while sick is a hard worker, or is the victim of low amounts of sick leave, according to... Read more »
Business Insider recently revealed what successful small-business owners do during the morning. Read more »
We live in a complex world where many things happen around us that we’re at a loss to understand or explain. Read more »
Entrepreneurs are targeting specific cities for their next business ventures, according to The Atlantic Cities. Read more »
Given the very divergent economies, demographics and resources in the 50 states, minimum wages should reflect the supply and demand for workers and their skills. Read more »
A recent New Yorker article talks about investment banks that are trying to change a work culture that stresses long hours in the office and little rest. Other industries would do well to follow... Read more »
What does Vivint co-founder and CEO Todd Pedersen think is the most important characteristic of a leader? Read more »
Currencies and stock markets are both falling. But is it something we should worry about? Read more »
Hitachi, an electronics company in Japan, has created a new device that'll give employers and supervisors an easy way to keep track of workers, CNN reported. Read more »
CBS News recently published an article that looked at why the NFL is a nonprofit and whether it should remain that way. Read more »
Federal prosecutors will seek a 6 ½-year prison term Friday for a former kosher slaughterhouse manager in Iowa who they say exploited immigrant workers for labor, money and sex. Read more »
The excesses of holiday shopping is now coming home in overburdened credit card bills — but now is the time to end the debt and set it up so next year is different. Read more »
"State fiscal condition is multifaceted and difficult to measure," reads the abstract to a working paper published this month by Georgia State University's Sarah Arnett. Read more »
What if you could give to your favorite charity while you shop online? Now you can do so with AmazonSmile. Read more »
The IRS can actually take your money without suing you, so you don’t want to become a blip on their radar screen by being late with payments. Read more »
Every time I write about flexible schedules and working from home, I receive messages from readers who are eager to tell tales of their own quests for work-life balance. These readers don't always... Read more »
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