August 2009 Headlines
In today's tough economy, fights over finances are even more common. Money Expert Dave Ramsey explains how you can keep your marriage and your money.
In today's tough economy, many people are not only thinking about surviving criss, they are making the mistake of betting on it.
CBN News spoke with one of the nation's top executive recruiters who says most are probably going about their job search the wrong way.
New reports show that the dream of retirement for many Americans is just that - a dream.
In setting up a budget, do you find that you have more money going out every month than dollars coming in?
There are more than 2,000 verses in the Bible that addresses money or possessions. Apparently, God knew finances would be a problem for us, and He offers some help.
While economists are pleased with the Fed's interest rate policy, they are skeptical over the government's ability to cut spending, curb greenhouse gases or revamp health care, a new survey says.
A growing list of evidence indicates the economy may be starting to emerge from the longest recession ever to plague the U.S. since World War II.
New evidence suggests that layoffs have eased as the number of laid-off workers filing claims for jobless benefits dropped last week.
The recession appears to have come to an end as the economy is on its way to a recovery. But there are still dark clouds on the horizon, including huge government deficits.
Back to school jitters are nothing new for kids, but this year, it is the retailers who are nervous, and for good reason.
New U.S. home sales surged 9.6 percent in July, rising for the fourth straight month.
Yes, it is the American Dream to own your own home. But for many, that dream has become a financial nightmare.
Home prices across most of the country have started to rise from the depths of the housing slump.
Consumer sentiment rose more than expected in August and expectations hit the highest level since the recession began.
A financial columnist says if you ever want to get out of the hole and start building wealth, you have to face this truth: you just can't out-earn dumb spending.
Oil prices rose above $74 a barrel Monday, helped by rising stock markets and spreading optimism about a global economic recovery.
The U.S. housing market is rebounding quicker than expected, with home resales in July posting the largest monthly increase in at least 10 years.
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke declared Friday that the U.S. economy is on the verge of a long-awaited recovery after enduring a brutal recession.
The number of first-time claims for unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly for the second straight week.
As a business coach, Roberta Fauntroy knows small businesses are struggling and many are having to lay-off employees or even close down.
The delinquency rate on U.S. home mortgage loans hit an all-time high during the second quarter.
Economists say the mixed economic readings of the past several months are not surprising. They say not all parts of the U.S. economy will recover at the same speed.
In these uncertain economic times, nearly everyone is looking for the secret to money. It starts by giving and having God's blessing on your finances.
Stocks plunged and Treasury prices soared Monday as investors around the world feared that consumers are too anxious to lift the economy into recovery.
Oil prices fell below $66 a barrel Monday as investors worried that crude demand will recover only slowly in the U.S.
Real estate lender Colonial BancGroup Inc. has been shut down by federal officials in the biggest U.S. bank failure this year.
Many business owners wonder how to build a solid company - without sacrificing integrity. Author Jeff Benedict joined CBN News to share his tale of success.
There is a family of four in a quiet Kentucky town trying to prove with their own lives that everyone can go green and in the process, save families many thousands of dollars.
So just how much is $1.3 trillion? It's a hard number to grasp, but it represents how deep in debt America is.
If time is money, Americans are working a lot longer to pay their taxes.
Signs are growing that an economic recovery may finally be taking shape, but Federal Reserve policymakers are all but certain to leave a key interest rate at record lows to make sure any nascent turnaround gains traction.
As merchants reported their sales figures Thursday, mall-based chains continue to be hit hardest as consumers focus on necessities.
The number of newly-laid off workers seeking unemployment insurance fell last week, the government said Thursday.
Nearly half of U.S. homeowners will owe more than their homes are worth in 2011, Deutsche Bank AG reports.
A judge balked at signing off on a $33 million settlement between the SEC and Bank of America Corp. over executive bonuses.
What does it cost to raise a child? Numbers just released are startling, but most parents would agree it's worth every penny.
Economists and the American people will be taking a closer, hopeful look at the economy this week.
He said in an interview airing Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that it will take hard choices to lower the deficit "very dramatically."