The United States is on the cusp of the largest retirement of farmers in history. A new book is full of inspiration to all who produce or care about the food system.
It’s not a surprise that people in their 20s and 30s wouldn’t have estate planning at the top of their minds. But that’s a big mistake, says one financial planner.
An Indian delegation to the United States is urging the White House to commit to the H1-B visa program, which helps Indian IT firms outsource tens of thousands of tech workers to the United States each year.
If you're a new parent, get stressed out easily, or have a complex tax return, the answer is probably no.
With the pain of the Great Recession over for many Americans, Gen Xers now must get to know their spending and saving weaknesses in order to address them and develop a thoughtful, disciplined approach to investing for the future.
Announced on Monday, the $2.33 billion deal marks the American company’s retreat from a major market and raises concerns of job cuts in Europe.
The city's gigabit network has earned it a reputation as a flourishing tech hub. Now, city leaders are trying to figure out how to spread the digital wealth to residents left behind.
Although credit card over-limit fees, charged for maxing out your account, barely exist anymore, that doesn't mean exceeding your credit limit isn't a problem.
While it's true that there aren't any truly terrible cars on the road today, it's just as true that some are definitely better than others.
Marriage proposals and weddings are joyous events, but for many couples the thrill of putting a ring on it also means saying 'I do' to a higher tax bill.
These unmanned flying devices could shorten drivers' routes and save UPS a ton of money, while helping rural shoppers get their packages. But their commercial use is far off.
John Goodenough, a 94-year-old professor, says his new battery can charge faster than current lithium-ion designs, and is noncombustible.
When cash is no longer the best solution for a young teenager's regular expenses, parents will need to weigh several factors in making the decision of whether to go with credit or debit.
On Friday, the ride-hailing company lost its legal battle over an English language test in London, a ruling that could leave thousands of drivers without a gig.
Snapchat had a strong opening on Wall Street this week that brought cheers from its early investors, but also more protests from Venice Beach, Calif., neighbors who say the rapidly expanding company is ruining the seaside community.
Even if Snap gets off to a good start, its stock may still not be the best choice for you. Here are some tips on deciding whether Snap deserves a place in your portfolio.
Congress and President Trump are embarking on what is likely to be a major rewrite of the federal income tax code. Yet no one knows whether the hundreds of tax preferences embedded in the law accomplish their purpose.
After fuel economy ups and downs over the past 92 years, by 2015 cars were getting on average only about 4 more miles per gallon than they were in 1923.