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  1. Stock Analysis

    Canada Gives Approval To Deal Between Nexen And CNOOC

    This deal could either be a huge success or a huge disaster.
  2. Retirement

    What To Do If Your Company Cuts Your 401(k)

    IBM has made a move to not match 401(k) contributions each pay period. Instead, there will be a lump sum at the end of each year.
  3. Investing Basics

    Should Investors Listen To Analyst Recommendations?

    Analysts cannot predict future events with absolute certainty any better than you can.
  4. Stock Analysis

    Should You Invest In Insurance Stocks?

    Don't judge insurance stocks by looking at the latest catastrophe. Washington lawmakers can change the fate of insurance companies a lot faster than Mother Nature can.
  5. Stock Analysis

    Foreign-Owned American Companies

    Buying American, or investing in American companies, is not as easy as it once was, especially when American companies aren't owned by Americans.
  6. Stock Analysis

    Is The TV Industry In For A Major Change?

    Younger consumers are abandoning traditional TV in favor of new video mediums.
  7. Home & Auto

    Homeowners Still Not Getting Money From $25-Billion Mortgage ...

    Was the recent mortgage settlement really worth it for homeowners, or are they still getting the short end of the stick?
  8. Investing Basics

    Uncovering Hidden Broker Fees

    Even discount brokers can hit you with some fees that seem unnecessary; here are some to watch out for.
  9. Home & Auto

    Are Distressed Homes Worth Buying?

    Here's a look at whether it is a good idea to buy a rundown home to repair for profit.
  10. Taxes

    Why You Shouldn't Die In 2013

    Increases in estate tax rates and possible fiscal cliff implications will make things more difficult when it comes to arrangements for your death.
  11. Investing Basics

    Trading In The Pre- And Post-Market Sessions

    After-hours trading may have benefits for traders, but there are some potential problems.
  12. Personal Finance

    How To Make Your Holiday Giving Count

    With so many nonprofits to choose from, how do you know where to send your charitable dollars?
  13. Insurance

    Beware These Disaster-Related Scams

    Con artists prey on the weak. Those who just survived a natural disaster can be easy targets.
  14. Economics

    TARP 4 Years Later - How Did It All Work Out?

    The TARP program is estimated to cost taxpayers about $32 billion, much less than the OMB's reported estimate.
  15. Entrepreneurship

    Small Business Financing: Debt Or Equity?

    There are two sources of financing for small businesses: debt and equity financing. This article explains both.
  16. Personal Finance

    Top Jobs For Tips

    Bartenders and gaming dealers are two professions that earn most of their incomes from gratuities.
  17. Investing News

    Major Indexes Near Pre-Recession Levels: Is History Repeating ...

    The markets look to be moving back to where they were before the recession. Does this mean another is on the way?
  18. Investing News

    Why The Price Of Crude Oil Is Dropping

    There are many reasons why the price of crude oil is falling, and Sandy is only one of them.
  19. Stock Analysis

    The Winners And Losers Of QE3

    The market is a mix of winners and losers. When one side profits, the other side suffers.
  20. Stock Analysis

    7 Of The Highest Stock Prices In History

    Understanding the reasons behind expensive stock can lead to better investing. Here are the stories behind some of the largest stock prices in history.
  21. Taxes

    6 Small Business Tax Changes For 2012

    Read on to find out what deductions, incentives and other tax laws have changed this year.
  22. Stock Analysis

    Priceline Buys KAYAK For $1.8 Billion

    Priceline's purchase of KAYAK could be just the thing to revive its tired brand.
  23. Stock Analysis

    American Express To Pay $85 Million In CFPB Settlement

    American Express is being forced to refund money after it was found to have defrauded its customers with unnecessary fees.
  24. Taxes

    Tax Advice For Victims Of Superstorm Sandy

    As the eastern part of the United States cleans and rebuilds, tax-related issues are sure to arise for the millions affected by the storm.
  25. Stock Analysis

    Are Zynga's Days Numbered?

    Zynga, the maker of "Farmville," is looking for ways to diversify and keep its market share, without relying on Facebook.
  26. Investing Basics

    The Art Of Speculation

    Speculators believe that the market overreacts to a host of variables. These variables present an opportunity for capital growth.
  27. Investing Basics

    5 Scariest Scenarios For Today's Retail Investors

    Here are five current and potential events that could shape the market in the near future.
  28. Budgeting

    5 Most Overpriced Car Repairs

    Doing these common repairs and maintenance tasks yourself instead of seeing a mechanic can save you a lot of money.
  29. Home & Auto

    6 Ways To Make Your Home More Enticing To Buyers

    The real estate market is on the recovery, and there are ways you can ensure your home sells faster and for the price you want.
  30. Personal Finance

    You Might Be Eligible For An E-Book Refund

    Due to a court settlement, some Kindle users may be entitled to a refund on some e-books.
  31. Stock Analysis

    Blue Chip Stocks Paying The Highest Dividends

    While picking individual stocks is risky, these blue chip companies have histories that show they can be good choices.
  32. Personal Finance

    The Economics Of Postseason Baseball

    Find out how big league baseball divvies up the extra revenue that comes from postseason games.
  33. Stock Analysis

    Apple Vs. Google: The Map Wars

    Google is still the clear winner in the maps market, but that could change.
  34. Investing

    5 Household Items You Should Insure

    Your homeowner's insurance doesn't cover everything you own and the items it does cover are only partially insured if theyre high-priced items.
  35. Home & Auto

    Most Expensive Haunted Houses

    These houses are reportedly haunted. They also happened to have sold for a lot of money.
  36. Personal Finance

    5 Of The Strangest Items That Are Stolen

    Shoplifters have stolen some weird things. Here are some of the most bizarre.
  37. Home & Auto

    Why California Gas Prices Are So High

    Consumers are quick to point fingers when gas prices rise, athough there are often many factors responsible.
  38. Personal Finance

    5 NASA Missions You Didn't Know Were Canceled

    Since the U.S. won the Space Race, funding to NASA has been reduced. This had led to the cancellation of several planned space missions.
  39. Entrepreneurship

    6 Wealthy People Who Owned Private Islands

    Larry Ellison and Richard Branson are just two of the people who bought their own private islands.
  40. Entrepreneurship

    5 Of The Biggest Rebranding Flops

    Attempts to revitalize a brand name don't always play out as planned.
  41. Budgeting

    Why The Prices Of Sports Tickets Vary So Much

    Prices of NBA, NHL, MLB and NFL tickets may vary for a number of reasons.
  42. Stock Analysis

    Problems In The Luxury Market?

    Investors know that the luxury goods market is a cyclical industry, but this time may be different.
  43. Stock Analysis

    5 Tech Stocks You Should Be Buying

    If you're looking to put some money into technology, here are a few ideas to get you started.
  44. Home & Auto

    Home Improvements That Require Permits

    Many home remodeling projects require permits, which the homeowner is responsible for. Here is a list of projects that may require permits.
  45. Investing News

    Lessons From Thriving Retailers

    Department stores such as J.C. Penney and Sears don't have the same staying power as their competition.
  46. Personal Finance

    6 Largest Government Contractors

    These corporations make a lot of money off of the federal government.
  47. Savings

    6 Ways To Avoid Paying For Hotel Wi-Fi

    Use these tips to get free Internet access when you're on vacation.
  48. Investing News

    Is Now The Time To Buy Put Options?

    A market correction is sure to occur sometime in the near future. Discover if hedging can protect your portfolio.
  49. Personal Finance

    The Finances Of Campaign Ads

    Does the amount politicians spend on election ads affect their chances of winning? How much do they spend?
  50. Personal Finance

    5 Space Ventures We Might See In Our Lifetime

    While these technological innovations may seem far-fetched, there is a chance we could see them in our lifetime.
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