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- 10 most entrepreneurial states June 18, 2013Thinking about starting a business? These 10 states saw more startup activity than anywhere else nationwide, according to the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity.
- 5 companies that make business 'beautiful' June 19, 2013Profits are a necessity, says a new book by a French design team, but sustainability and simple pleasure matter, too.
- The man who sells celebrity hair June 17, 2013Read full story for latest details.
- What I gave up to start my business June 12, 2013From dream cars to family time, these entrepreneurs have sacrificed a lot.
- Why hire? Small businesses are doing more with less June 12, 2013Small businesses are hiring -- just not at the same pace as they once did. One reason: They're more efficient and don't need as many workers.
- Business majors most likely to be underemployed, report finds June 19, 2013Read full story for latest details.
- 10 cars that got a bad rap June 19, 2013The scrap heap is piled high with lousy cars. But a few famous flops deserve a little reconsideration.
- Health care costs to slow in 2014 June 18, 2013Read full story for latest details.
- Perils of moving to a no-tax state June 18, 2013Read full story for latest details.
- Professors teach into their golden years June 17, 2013While most people dream of the day they can retire, many college professors plan to put it off or work until their final years.
- Bernanke won't blow up bond market June 19, 2013Investors are worried about when the Federal Reserve will end its bond buying program. But the Fed isn't as important as you think.
- Don't believe Alan Greenspan's bullish case for stocks June 19, 2013The former Fed chair's take on equity-risk premiums is seriously flawed.
- FCC nominee Wheeler is more wonk than water-carrier June 19, 2013There has been some concern about Tom Wheeler's lobbyist past and his role as a top Obama fundraiser. Is it warranted?
- Private equity spin in Massachusetts Senate debate June 19, 2013Massachusetts voters heard a lot about private equity last night, but not all of it was accurate.
- Men's Wearhouse founder firing: What happened? June 19, 2013This is not the typical leadership tumult of a troubled company with activist investors or a crumbling board.
- Brown & Brown Upgraded to Strong Buy June 19, 2013On Jun 18, Zacks Investment Research upgraded Brown & Brown to a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy).
- Relative Strength: The Strongest Large-Cap Stocks June 19, 2013With indexes near all-time highs, lots of stocks are looking good, but here are the best of the best. These large-cap stocks are showing relative strength as they create new 52-week highs.
- Umpqua Holdings Upped to Strong Buy June 19, 2013On Jun 18, Zacks Investment Research upgraded Umpqua Holdings to a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy).
- The Hidden Fees In 401(k)s June 19, 2013Learn about the conspicuously disclosed fees that lurk within your 401(k) investments.
- The Impact Of Currency Conversions June 19, 2013Will a rising or falling dollar hurt you or your company? In this article we explore the impact of currency converisons on consumers, comanies, and countries.
- Deborah Lin Net Worth June 20, 2013Deborah Lin net worth: Deborah Lin is an American actress and model who has a net worth of $5 million. Deborah Lin is most famous for being the wife of actor James GandolfiniRead more: Deborah Lin Net Worth
- Margot Kidder Net Worth June 19, 2013Margot Kidder net worth: Margot Kidder is a Canadian-American actress who has a net worth of $300 thousand. Margot Kidder was born in Yellowknife, NorthwestRead more: Margot Kidder Net Worth
- Michael Shannon Net Worth June 19, 2013Michael Shannon net worth: Michael Shannon is an American and musician who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Michael Shannon was born in Lexington, KentuckyRead more: Michael Shannon Net Worth
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- MarketWatch Options Trader: In focus: A volatile trading range June 20, 2013As almost always seems to be the case these days, any major news item is interpreted bullish — no matter what the actual news is.
- Audio: Bernanke speaks, investors sell June 19, 2013T. Doug Dale, co-founder, Concilion Capital discusses the Fed's statement, Ben Bernanke's news conference and Wall Street's reaction.
- 10 things: 10 things estate sales won’t tell you June 19, 2013What to watch out for, and whom to trust, when it’s time to clear out a home.
- Thinking about money leads to bad behavior June 19, 2013The word dollar is enough to quiet the conscience, research shows.
- Elizabeth O'Brien's Retire Well: Know your retirement community’s exit options June 19, 2013Understanding upfront costs, resale issues and contract details is essential before you or your parents sign up for a continuing care retirement community.
- Microsoft reverses course on controversial Xbox One restrictions June 19, 2013Just two weeks after announcing that the Xbox One would require an Internet connection and prevent the free exchange of used games, Microsoft abruptly changed its stance and abandoned both policies.
- Much faster Wi-Fi coming soon June 19, 2013A new, faster version of Wi-Fi was officially rubber-stamped Wednesday.
- Chinese billionaire buys 007's yacht maker June 19, 2013Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin is making waves in the United Kingdom.
- Dunkin' Donuts to offer gluten-free donuts, muffins June 19, 2013Dunkin' Donuts isn't exactly known as a dieter's paradise, but it'll soon have the gluten-free crowd covered.
- Stratasys buys Makerbot 3-D printing company for $400 million June 19, 2013Read full story for latest details.
- U.K. to begin sale of bailed-out banks June 19, 2013The U.K. government is actively preparing to start unwinding its ownership of two of the country's biggest banks, which it bailed out during the financial crisis.
- J.D. Power ranks GM tops in quality for first time June 19, 2013For the first time General Motors is the car company with the best quality, according to J.D. Power & Associates' annual automotive survey released Wednesday.
- Lytro releases new iPhone app for its revolutionary camera June 19, 2013A new app that launched Wednesday allows owners of the pioneering Lytro light field camera to upload their photos directly to their iPhones to edit and share them with friends.
- Mark Carney named next head of the Bank of England November 26, 2012Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney was unexpectedly appointed as the next head of the Bank of England, succeeding Mervyn King
- Ottawa bumps up tax free savings account limit by $500 a year November 26, 2012Ottawa announced Monday that Canadians can contribute a total of $5,500 a year to their Tax Free Savings Accounts starting in 2013
- As tougher mortgage rules bite, critics call for a review November 26, 2012The real estate industry has ramped up its attack on rules making it harder to borrow, but its challengers face a big obstacle — mortgage restrictions are working exactly the way the government wants them to
- Canada's economic bragging rights face test this week November 26, 2012The big picture will come Tuesday, when the OECD provides its latest reading on the global economy — and where Canada stands in the mix
- How to get the best deals on Cyber Monday November 26, 2012Here are strategies that should help you navigate Cyber Monday and enjoy the best possible prices this year