Croatia intends to become a eurozone member by next summer, but is it a good idea? Several, including London's mayor and Poland's foreign minister, say no.
Investors in the US are flying blind, according to a new report. Many fail to grasp compound interest, don’t understand fees and other investment costs, and aren’t aware about the risks of investment fraud.
Private employment growth is picking up as small business look for qualified candidates to fill key positions. Here are four ways to get a company's attention
Ways to overcome those forces that keep you from achieving your goals.
More and more Americans are opting to leave the driving to others – and taking advantage of the growing number of ride-sharing apps available today. Here are four of the most popular.
The most troubling trend facing America this Labor Day weekend is the increasing concentration of income, wealth, and political power at the very top.
So many potential home buyers don't compare prices for their mortgage, and it's a huge mistake.
We spend an average $875 per year on our pets, according to the ASPCA. Cut your costs by taking charge in grooming, training, and basic maintenance.
San Francisco, predictably, is near the top of the list of cities with the most electric car-charging stations. But it couldn't beat out winner Portland, Ore. and a surprising chart-topper from Texas.
If you're moving into your first home out of an apartment, chances are you don't have basic home maintenance equipment like lawn mowers, ladders, and caulking guns. Craigslist, yard sales, and borrowing from friends are good ways to avoid overspending on these items.
In last night’s acceptance speech, Mitt Romney sketched out his personal biography and delivered an effective brief on why we shouldn’t reelect President Obama. But, oddly, when it came to taxes he was nearly silent.
Any deficit is a bad deficit, but Italy, Portugal, and Greece are taking bug strides in reducing their national debts.
The consumer sentiment index ticked up to 74.3 in August, with inflation expectations rising to 3.6 percent.
Learning to invest shouldn't be a chore. Here's how to make money and have a good time doing it.
Romney's economic adviser refutes findings on his tax plan by broadening the definition of 'rich.' But it doesn't quite add up.