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12 Retirement Party Ideas and Tips in 2019

12 Retirement Party Ideas and Tips in 2019

Retirement parties are getting a much-needed facelift and none too soon. Try these creative ideas to make your next soiree a retirement affair to remember.

Wall Street Remembers 9/11: NYSE Traders Recall Their Personal Experiences

Wall Street Remembers 9/11: NYSE Traders Recall Their Personal Experiences

Wall Street traders remember the events of 9/11 18 years later.

Work Less, Make More Money in These U.S. Cities

Work Less, Make More Money in These U.S. Cities

These cities have the best-compensated workers with relatively shorter work weeks.

The Biggest Threat to Your Retirement? Check Your Basement

The Biggest Threat to Your Retirement? Check Your Basement

Admit it. Your adult children still live in the basement. Here's what to do.

Office-Sharing Startup WeWork Files for IPO

Office-Sharing Startup WeWork Files for IPO

Office-sharing giant WeWork formally files with the Securities and Exchange Commission plans for an initial public offering, putting the New York-based company in position to be the second-biggest IPO of the year behind Uber.

What Is Business Casual Attire For Men And Women?

What Is Business Casual Attire For Men And Women?

In the ever-changing landscape of fashion in the workplace, business casual can range from a mixture of blazers and work-appropriate tops to heels and button-downs.

How Much Does a Physician Assistant Make?

How Much Does a Physician Assistant Make?

If you're lucky enough to get a job as a physician assistant, you could find yourself making nearly $109,000 a year. What do the highest-paid PAs make, and what do they do on a day-to-day basis?

How Much Do Financial Analysts Make?

How Much Do Financial Analysts Make?

The average financial analyst salary hits around the $85,000 mark as of 2018, with a range upward of $170,000 a year.

Amazon Workers Planning Prime-Day Strike

Amazon Workers Planning Prime-Day Strike

Warehouse workers at Amazon's Minnesota fulfillment center operations are planning to strike during the online retailer's massive two-day Prime Day sale later this month, a sign that labor unrest persists.

How Crunch's CEO Puts His Military Background to Work

How Crunch's CEO Puts His Military Background to Work

Curious about how a military background can impact a CEO? Here's how Crunch CEO Jim Rowley's marine background impacts how he runs his company.