In the industrialized world, only one country has a higher rate of child poverty than the U.S.
Don't blow your tax refund on a trip to Tahiti -- it's better to use it to pay down debt or save more money
"CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose spoke with Alibaba founder Jack Ma at the World Economic Forum.
In Catherine Hardwicke’s short film, Federal Reserve Chairman Rob Rafaelson awakes with amnesia, so his children must explain the Fed to him using their toys
These properties may not be billionaire-expensive, but they're about as lavish as they come
These closet-sized apartments are changing the way urbanites live, but they're not always a great deal
Chief executive Don Thompson will leave the struggling restaurant chain after less than three years at the helm
Your bad credit isn't permanent -- in fact, there are a number of errors you can have removed today
Social network's quarterly results beat expectations, but investors are put off by big run-up in expenses
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is set to release a report detailing the safest car models in terms of driver death rates
Selling off the Alibaba stake will give her plenty of cash to work with, but Yahoo's operations still need plenty of work
Fed's new concerns about low inflation could affect when it decides to raise its key short-term rate from near zero
Internet giant previews new Super Bowl ad starring young golden retriever but dog lovers were not amused
Everyone needs an emergency fund -- here are the best places to keep it so it makes a little money for you before you need it
The first signs of elder financial abuse are easy to miss -- and often, by the time you do notice a problem, it's too late
Despite phones that cost twice as much as Asian competitors' models, the American tech company is gaining ground
The president had made the proposal during his State of the Union address. Both Republicans and Democrats urged the White House to leave it unchanged
Japanese automaker says defective hood latches and electrical shorts in some vehicles can cause fires
Results topped Wall Street expectations, but the company is giving a cautious outlook for 2015
Based on the new estimated price range, Shake Shack may raise up to $95 million
The statement that the central bank will issue after the meeting will be scrutinized for any possible clues to a shift in Fed policy
In the industrialized world, only one country has a higher rate of child poverty rate than the U.S.
Wall Street looked set for a mixed session following: Dow futures were down 0.1 percent while S&P 500 futures gained 0.1 percent
Lower oil prices, a tumbling ruble, ongoing sanctions and now a credit downgrade are all adding pressure on Moscow
State pension systems' $499 billion in unfunded liabilities equals $10,000 for every primary and secondary student in the U.S.
Wall Street could bounce on Wednesday given Apple's results, but larger forces once again appear to be lining up against stocks