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States increasingly are establishing programs to educate teachers on how to teach financial literacy. Here are some of the challenges.
Bonds may be out of favor, but experts say emerging markets fixed income still offers plenty of value.
Microsoft has delayed the launch of its Xbox One game console in China. The company said it would be released by the end of the year.
A recent study finds a surprising disconnect between knowing about financial products and putting that knowledge to work.
Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF, is confident that the G-20 will achieve their growth target.
The G-20 leading nations are close to adding $2 trillion to the global economy, but Europe's stagnation remains a major stumbling block.
Iran is ready to work with the U.S. to stop Islamic State militants, but would like to see more flexibility on Iran's uranium enrichment program.
In an increasingly common practice, assistants, consultants and other hospital employees are charging patients or their insurers hefty fees. NYT reports.
More pension funds consider divesting from hedge funds, due to poor performance and high costs. NYT reports.
While manufacturing alone no longer dominates the state's economy, its fortunes still rise and fall with the health of the state's industries.
A group called Khorasan that emerged in the past year in Syria may be the most intent on hitting the United States with a terror attack.
Most American adults are single. That's bad news for Social Security but potentially good news for welfare programs.
Data breaches at retailers aren't going away but there are ways consumers can protect themselves from future heists of their payment card information.
Is tipping the right thing to do, or does it perpetuate an unethical system low wages for certain jobs?
Chrysler is recalling almost 189,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos in the U.S. to fix a fuel pump problem that can cause the SUVs to stall.
While other Republicans are thinking about 2016, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is busy tending to a personal business empire.
Nearly 150 million Americans have work health plans, but they spend less time on benefits than planning vacations.
As hotels prices rise through fall, travelers are expected to hit the road, lured by new hotels and upgraded attractions.
The outlook for the global economy leaves much to be desired as headwinds in Japan and Europe put them on an uneven keel with the U.S.
Apple new mobile payments system is winning over financial industry heavyweights, signaling the likely demise of lesser payment alternatives.