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Behind the Scenes with Kiplinger: Wedding G...

Jun 04, 2014No Comments

The height of wedding season is upon us, and the panic of choosing the perfect wedding gift that fits the couple and your budget can

As Banks Open In Schools, A Chance For Stud...

Jun 04, 2014No Comments

i i hide captionAt a student-run Union Bank branch located inside Lincoln High School in Los Angeles, Calif., students can build credit and learn about

Pew: Public funds at risk because of rise i...

Jun 03, 2014No Comments

U.S. public pension plans have significantly shifted their allocations to equities and alternatives from fixed income during the past 30 years to boost returns, putting

Minimum Wage Hikes Popular, But May Not Spr...

Jun 03, 2014No Comments

i i hide captionSeattle waitress Wendy Harrison picks up a lunch order on Monday. She stands to be affected by a $15 minimum wage approved

Chatham County picks Loomis Sayles for larg...

Jun 03, 2014No Comments

Chatham County Employee Retirement Plan, Savannah, Ga., hired Loomis Sayles & Co. to run $25 million in active domestic large-cap growth equities, according to William

Layoff 101: Don’t Blame Yourself

Jun 03, 2014No Comments

Being laid off can affect your finances as well as your health. Professor Sandra Sucher of the Harvard Business School explains how to survive, and

Top 10 post-crisis leveraged loan LBO defau...

Jun 03, 2014No Comments

In a research note Tuesday, Fitch Ratings said Energy Future Holdings’ bankruptcy pushed the U.S. leveraged loan trailing 12-month rate to a multiyear high of

UBS Global Asset Management names new Asia-...

Jun 02, 2014No Comments

Rene Buehlmann was appointed as the next head of the Asia-Pacific region for UBS Global Asset Management, according to an internal UBS memo obtained by

REITs up nearly 15% for the first five mont...

Jun 02, 2014No Comments

Real estate investment trusts (measured by the FTSE NAREIT All REITs index) returned 14.8% through the first five months of the year – far and

Regulators And Airlines Fight Over Fares, F...

May 31, 2014No Comments

i i hide captionThe government wants airlines to be more up front with passengers about the total cost of tickets. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images The government