Before the recession, women were starting twice as many firms as men. Now, they may do even better.
ETFs, aka Exchange Traded Funds, track a commodity or basket of assets much like an index fund, but trade like stocks. Though useful, might ETFs be a bit poisonous for markets?
With unemployment still hovering near 10 percent, politicians are scrambling to push policies they think will create jobs.
Harvard snagged the No. 1 spot in a new world university ranking that puts the United States at the head of the pack in higher education excellence.
Unemployment is stuck at 9.5 percent. But online sites report big growth in freelance jobs, despite stubbornly high unemployment.