Nobody likes to think about losing control of life - and few people can hate to talk about it more than an elderly loved one.
Sometimes a bequest can create more problems for beneficiaries than it solves.
A federal court ruling that MetLife wasn't a 'SIFI' was seen as a victory, but an appeal creates uncertainty -- and higher costs -- for the company moving forward.
AIG's sale of United Guaranty to Arch Capital Group as CEO Peter Hancock executes a plan to return $25 billion to the insurance behemoth's shareholders.
What if you could use your MasterCard to pay for college tuition? Chinese cardholders now have that capability in the U.S.
The timing of the Federal Reserve's next rate hike right is critical, since a mistake could hurt the economy, but can policymakers get it right?
Patrick Dwyer says that millennials are likely to live "longer than any generation in history," and that they will need ample resources for retirement.
LendingClub paid $14 million in incentives, compared with an original projection of $9 million, to retain the investors who provide capital for loans under its 'marketplace' business model.
With the Summer Olympics kicking off this week in Rio, it’s time to recognize that great physical health can translate into great fiscal health.
AIG's stock jumped after the insurer topped second-quarter estimates Tuesday amid CEO Peter Hancock's push to streamline operations. The company's board approved a $3 billion stock buyback plan.
The unending drag of low interest rates may curb profits at insurers AIG, MetLife, and Prudential Financial.
To ensure a happy retirement, it's important to have a plan in place with assets working in harmony.
The Point72 chief buys a slice of ownership in a computer-driven startup fund and puts $250 million under management with them.
The e-commerce company delivers a solid quarter, topping both revenue and earnings per share.
The company cuts its guidance for Brazil but says it still expects to close the SABMiller deal after raising its offer earlier this week.