The federal government is prosecuting more Americans for tax crimes under President Barack Obama than it did under his predecessor George W. Bush, according to a report published Tuesday.
As if paying for college wasn’t enough, now students are paying to get a high-value internship that will give them an edge in the job market.
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Increased competition is making it more difficult for casinos to keep locals employed and pass along hefty payments to host states—which are the two biggest selling points for allowing gambling in the first place. This isn’t …
Just in time for Valentine’s Day gift-buying season, J.C. Penney is jacking up list prices just so that it can slash them and make the sale price seem more impressive.
The economic picture is looking brighter these days. The federal government announced Thursday that economic growth had picked up to its fastest pace in two years, while employment growth over the past five months has averaged a healthy 185,000 new jobs. But as evidenced by a report out Thursday from the Corporation for Enterprise …
Expanding savings opportunities makes sense. But a big issue is whether people have the means to use them.
Justice Department will investigate theft of over 70 million customers’ data
With a quirky list of questions, the teen-focused nonprofit Do Something hopes to put a stamp on the financial literacy game.
Real Estate analytics firm Core Logic announced Wednesday that there were a total of 620,111 foreclosures across the country in 2013, a 24% decline from 2012 when 820,000 homes were foreclosed upon.
Many of the Colorado shops that are licensed to sell marijuana have installed ATMs, for the convenience of their customers. What could possibly go wrong?
Housing price data for November, fresh out of the oven, shows dazzling year-over-year gains but a slowing in month-to-month prices. The S&P/Case-Shiller Housing Price Index that’s a composite of 20 metro areas jumped 13.7% …