While starting a new venture is one of the most important and exciting things you’ve ever done, to the market your product is just one more in an already overcrowded sea. You need a strategy to ensure that your new small business is more than just another distraction to be ignored.
Wealth management firms the world over are declining to open offshore accounts for Americans.
Some think that Greece and other weak euro area countries would benefit from ditching the euro and introducing devalued national currencies. Are they right?
California's high speed rail project will likely cost $100 billion to build and operate. But who should pay: California taxpayers or the federal government?
Hybrid car sales rising, Ferrari decides to join the crowd with a Ferrari Enzo hybrid car, due out 'at the end of the year,' chairman says.
Mother's Day companies? That's what you could call workplaces that help moms meet their family commitments. Those companies can be located anywhere. But some states do better than others in mandating a level of standards beyond the federal minimum in the form of paid family leave, job protection, and “right to nurse” laws. In honor of Mother’s Day, here are the Top 10 states that best support new working mothers, according to the National Partnership for Women and Families. Can you guess which state gets the highest marks?
In many cases, generic products are identical to name brands at a considerably lower price. But in some cases, stick to brands you can trust.
Carroll Shelby, who died Thursday, gave up car racing to create the Cobra and high-performance models of the Ford Mustang, Dodge (Omni) Shelby, and other cars. Carroll Shelby was a 'one-man brand.'
JPMorgan Chase & Co., the nation’s largest bank, announced Thursday that it had lost $2 billion in risky trades over the past six weeks. It adds fuel to the argument that Wall Street needs to be more heavily regulated.
If the race is close this fall, a small set of data could be all the difference.
The rich are roundly blamed for the country's economic woes. But the problems the economy faces run deeper than tax code matters.