Though holidays such as Thanksgiving are traditionally viewed as family time, not everyone can stop working.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy has resembled an especially dizzying roller-coaster ride this year, with a hurtling dive followed by a steep climb leading to yet another slide. Read more »
Volkswagen's new CEO says the company needs to place less emphasis on raw sales numbers as it recovers from a scandal over evading emissions testing on its diesel engines. Read more »
It's that time of year when you can find plenty of scary creatures roaming the streets, from ghosts and ghouls to witches and zombies. But there are also things lurking in the places where children... Read more »
U.S. colleges will face new restrictions on using debit cards to distribute financial aid, and more people will have income-based options for repaying student loans under a pair of regulations... Read more »
Defying Wall Street skeptics, Apple says it plans to keep setting records for selling more iPhones around the world. Read more »
House Republican leaders on Tuesday pushed toward a vote on a two-year budget deal despite conservative opposition, relying on the backing of Democrats for the far-reaching pact struck with... Read more »
Pickup trucks powered Ford Motor Co. to record North American results in the third quarter, and the company expects the trend to continue for a while. Read more »
Target date funds automatically adjust their holdings in anticipation of a specific date. They're not perfect, but they can be suited to people who might otherwise shy away from investing. Read more »
I'm always looking for opportunities to teach my children about working hard and finding the right balance in life. I wrote a few weeks ago about the challenge of teaching such lessons, and several... Read more »
One of the top reasons people give for not having drawn up a will is that they just haven't gotten around to it. OK, fair enough. I can understand that you would rather binge-watch your favorite... Read more »
Intuitively, forcing immediate austerity on economies that seem to make sport out of spending others’ money seems the appropriate thing to do. But the Eurozone’s best hope for economic... Read more »
Saving is one of the most important things you can do with money — for yourself and those around you. Read more »
A Utah startup was featured Thursday on Fortune.com for its unique way of helping female employees who are expecting children. Domo offers pregnant employees $2,000 for maternity clothes. Read more »
When consumers turn on their laptops and tablets Monday morning, they should be able to check premiums for 2016 under President Barack Obama's health care law. Read more »
For many of us, animals are a necessary and permanent part of our lives. Keep them in mind when you are designing your remodeling project, and both you and your pet(s) will be glad you did. Read more »
How many parents are married there predicts a state's economic prosperity and mobility, child poverty and median family income better than factors like education, race and age, a new study says. Read more »
Data analytics are one of the fast growing business trends of this decade. Policymakers are also finding use of big data, and are using more detailed mapping of poor areas to better deliver services. Read more »
There’s also a strong correlation between hunger and gender inequalities. According to the World Food Program, the countries with the highest rates of gender inequality also have the highest... Read more »
CardHub.com calls deferred interest "a wolf in sheep's clothing." Here's what it is and the retailers who offer deferred in payment plans for the holiday season. Read more »
Many Americans struggle to find work-life balance, but Paul Ryan's latest demands for his next job may be the spark to change that. Read more »
A new report from the National Retail Federation says Americans are planning to spend a lot on themselves. For now. Read more »
A Utah family earning $50,000 a year could end up paying nearly an additional $140 annually in gas, property and sales taxes thanks to the 2015 Legislature. Read more »
Utah was the only state to get an A+ on a report released Tuesday by Chaplain College, which examined each state's efforts to teach financial literacy in their schools. Read more »
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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Friday he plans to take two months of paternity leave when his child is born. Here's why The Washington Post said, "It's hard to overstate what a... Read more »
Hillary Rodham Clinton wants voters to know she is no friend of Wall Street. But Wall Street has frequently been a friend to her. Read more »
Maintenance and repair of your vehicles are an ongoing expense. It’s just part of owning them. That means you should have a category in your monthly budget for this sort of thing. Read more »
The growing education-to-employment gap is a source of frustration for students and employers alike. Getting employers involved in project-based learning in real-world situations — much like... Read more »
Millennials aren’t leaving your company because they think they’ll find better perks somewhere else. They’re leaving for other reasons—namely, things you or your... Read more »
For those students who could commute rather than accumulating debt to live on campus, shouldn't we be teaching them that as much as they may want a certain experience, even if there's benefit to... Read more »
Brooke Roney quit his job at NuSkin to spend more time with his family, but he serendipitously ended up running a Harley Davidson dealership and brought his 12 children along for the ride. Read more »
Americans may be rich, but we're not necessarily smart with our money, according to a new survey that finds the U.S. is disproportionately illiterate when it comes to handling finances. Read more »
Since I'm usually a glass-is-half-empty kind of person, I need a break that will remind me to pause, take a deep breath and count my blessings. Luckily, Thanksgiving is here and more than fills... Read more »
If you're shopping for a TV, get out a tape measure and do some quick calculations before you head to the store. And count the number of gadgets you'll want to connect to your screen. Read more »
Gathering extended family and friends together is critical for meeting these higher-level needs for many families, so let’s talk about design elements that will make Thanksgiving a great day... Read more »
Pfizer and Allergan are joining in the biggest buyout of the year, a $160 billion stock deal that will create the world's largest drugmaker. Read more »
Spending too much? Reign in your personal finances to reduce stress. Read more »
U.S company earnings are falling for the first time since 2009, when the economy was still reeling from the Great Recession. Read more »
The professions are top-heavy with baby boomers, many of whom won’t retire. Consequently, many of the high-paying, high-impact jobs are not turning over to the up-and-comers. Read more »
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