There were 230 billionaires worldwide a mere 14 years ago. Now, there are 1,226.
The earlier you start saving for your child's education, the less you'll have to set aside each month.
The day before International Women's Day, Forbes magazine released its annual billionaires list for 2012 headed, predictably, by men. But this year, 14 of the richest 100 were women. In honor of International Women’s Day, here’s a countdown of the Top 10, a list that includes a few mining tycoons, a media mogul, and a pair of Wal-Mart heiresses. Which wealthy woman snagged the top spot?
Romney is promising both massive tax cuts and a balanced budget, but it's unclear how he will pay for either.
Initial jobless claime increased to 362,000 claims from last week’s revised 354,000 claims while seasonally adjusted “continued” claims increased by 10,000 resulting in an “insured” unemployment rate of 2.7 percent.
In the early stages of childhood, kids outgrow clothing so quickly that it's unlikely they'll wear out. As a result, it's easy to find secondhand kids' clothes that are practically new.
Investors will have to navigate a global recession in 2012. Here are nine investment themes that offer the best opportunities for profit.
The Federal Reserve is intent on keeping the stock market rolling higher, no matter the cost.
ADP released the latest installment of their National Employment Report, indicating that the situation for private employment in the U.S. improved in February as private employers added 216,000 jobs in the month.
Greek debt swap may not be a default technically speaking, but it's still a default. Holders of Greek debt and Greece's citizens are feeling its pinch.
The latest data is showing that the average rate for a 30 year fixed rate mortgage went flat at 3.96% since last week while the purchase application volume increased 2.1% and the refinance application declined 2.0% over the same period.