04/12/16 - 08:38 AM EDT
The generation of teachers born between 1980 and 2000 are far keener on adding financial literacy classes to school lessons than older colleagues, according to a new study.
03/31/16 - 09:01 AM EDT
Big differences in credit score means big relationship problems ahead. Simon Constable explains.
03/21/16 - 12:49 PM EDT
David Rainey, who co-manages the Hennessy Focus Fund, explains how he picks stocks and why CarMax, Alphabet and O'Reilly Automotive make a good mix for investors.
03/10/16 - 12:54 PM EST
Calls to eliminate high-denomination currency like the $100 bill and the 500-euro note are less about stopping criminals than about making negative interest rates -- like the ECB's -- work.
03/07/16 - 09:38 AM EST
The economic fallout of plummeting energy prices is overblown. Lower prices are actually a net positive for the U.S. economy, despite the pain they've caused to Big Oil.
02/19/16 - 10:08 AM EST
Successful people prefer books to television, it's often said, but what should you be reading in order to join their ranks? Simon Constable has some suggestions.
02/16/16 - 09:05 AM EST
Wearable technology from companies like Apple will fundamentally change insurance, potentially giving a price break to users whose good habits make them healthier and likely to live longer.
02/14/16 - 05:15 PM EST
Don't freak out yet. The U.S. economy isn't on the verge of a recession, according to both researchers and indicators from the bond market to employment data.
02/06/16 - 11:40 AM EST
The Affordable Care Act mandate is cutting into wages and sucking up the benefits of lower gasoline prices, two new reports say. Simon Constable explains.
01/18/16 - 06:40 PM EST
Increases in the minimum wage in states from New York to Alaska and California will add to the woes of low-skilled and younger workers, according to new economic research.