Putin lamented the latest U.S. sanctions against Russia, saying they will hurt Russian and American businesses.
Russia felt the impact of the Ukrainian crisis on its economy on Friday, when ratings agency Standard & Poor's cut its credit grade for the first time in five years and the central bank raised... Read more »
General Motors on Thursday reported its worst financial results in more than four years as the costs of a series of recalls dragged down earnings. Read more »
Greece has reached a major financial milestone that its creditors demanded as a precondition for being granted more debt relief, the European Commission said Wednesday. Read more »
A closely-watched survey has found business activity across the 18-country eurozone running at a three-year high, in perhaps the clearest sign yet that the economic recovery is gaining momentum. Read more »
Small businesses want a higher minimum wage, even though they may be getting more loans. Read more »
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday a new $150 million program designed to provide investment capital to help small agriculture-related start-up business in rural areas with cash needed to expand. Read more »
According to the CBO, the net cost of the Affordable Care Act is projected to be cost $5 billion less in 2014 than originally projected. Read more »
Johnson & Johnson says its first-quarter profit rose 8 percent, because of restrained costs and a big jump in prescription drug sales. The world's biggest maker of health care products easily... Read more »
Retirement assets at the end of 2013 were the highest on record, a strong indication that many savers have seen their investment accounts bounce back from the financial crisis of 2008 when the... Read more »
It's the silent enemy in our retirement accounts: High fees. Read more »
So you're getting a tax refund? What are you going to do with it? What should you do with it? Here are five smart ways you can use your refund. Read more »
While it may seem easy to be 1 percenter, it's actually not the life of the rich and famous you'd think. Read more »
Religion in the workplace is being brought up in multiple ways in recent months, from Mozilla to Hobby Lobby. But should religious beliefs be left at the door? Read more »
People may be trying to help the poor. But are they considering the rights of the impoverished? Read more »
A recent Slate article looked at wealth inequality and how fast it might actually be growing in the United States. Read more »
Tax season is in full swing. Thanks to tax preparation software, a lot of the common mistakes (i.e., missing Social Security numbers) are now automatically detected. Still, they are only capable of... Read more »
Greece will start receiving its next 8.3 billion euros ($11.4 billion) in bailout loans at the end of the month, eurozone finance ministers said Tuesday, citing progress after "many painful years"... Read more »
Chrysler's U.S. sales jumped 13 percent in March, helped by strong demand for the new Jeep Cherokee and the Ram pickup. Read more »
Every month that Gregory Zbylut pays $1,300 toward his law school loans is another month of not qualifying for a decent mortgage. Read more »
Nearly a million jars of peanut butter are being dumped at a New Mexico landfill to expedite the sale of a bankrupt peanut-processing plant that was at the heart of a 2012 salmonella outbreak and... Read more »
BlackBerry reported a steep drop in profit and revenue Friday as it transitions from a smartphone company to a software business under its new chief executive. Shares rose five percent in morning... Read more »
Student loan "debt relief" scams abound. But how can a borrower avoid falling prey to them? Look out for these nine red flags to spot these agencies — and steer clear of them. Read more »
Basketball is taking a new strategy, and it may be something businesses can learn from. Read more »
The World Bank warned Wednesday that Russia's economy could contract this year if the country is hit with more serious sanctions following its annexation of Crimea. Read more »
If you're waiting until the last minute to sign up for coverage under President Barack Obama's health care law, a little extra patience might come in handy. Read more »
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