October 2014 Headlines
What does the Bible really say about money? In his new book, best-selling Christian author Dave Ramsey takes a look at wealth through the lens of the Bible.
Sweden is on its way to becoming a cashless society, according to The Local.
Stocks had a wild ride Wednesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average plunging 460 points, then bouncing back. But on Thursday, they headed for more selling.
From well-known politicians and members of Congress to famous filmmakers and entertainers, author Jason Mattera pulls back the curtain on those whose riches have come by the worst kind of crony capitalism.
JPMorgan Chase & Co and Wells Fargo & Co are using callers' voiceprints to fight fraud, according to an investigation conducted by the Associated Press.
The stock market is suffering one of its worst losses of the year and that has investors wondering when it will hit bottom.
When President Obama boasts that nearly every economic statistic is better now than when he entered office, that sounds like a laughable claim to many Americans.
Since 2005, U.S. emissions are down roughly 10 percent and almost twice that amount on a per capita basis. How did that happen? If you think the answer is we've transitioned to green energy, you are completely wrong.