Pundits predict healthy growth in 2011 and fewer unemployed. But housing and state budgets may struggle.
Online job postings put Craigslist on the map, but it's also a great way to sell items or to find a new housemate (question 1 from the Reader Mailbag). Want to make money off the Internet? Blog (question 8). Want to save money on cable? Download movies on Netflix (question 9).
Stock exchange jitters reverberated from Shanghai to New York because of debt problems in Europe.
Foreclosures have prompted a wave of class-action suits, which could cost banks billions of dollars, a congressional watchdog says.
Bank of America and other large banks say that investors' lawsuits could affect their bottom line.
The US economy grew 2 percent in the third quarter, the Commerce Department reports. But imports limited the benefit to the GDP from increased consumer and business spending.
Citigroup announced better-than-expected earnings, which helped boost the broader stock market.
Liverpool FC was owned by Tom Hicks and George Gillett, Jr., a pair of American businessmen. Hicks and Gillett, Jr. claim they were forced to sell Liverpool FC to Boston Red Sox owner John Henry by the Royal Bank of Scotland and the club's board of directors.
Students should thank God for the bank bailouts, says Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway. The bailouts prevented the collapse of civilization – and of Berkshire Hathaway's stock price.