Making your money last in retirement is more important than ever, given longer lifespans and rising health care costs
White House signals light tweaks to trade pact President Trump criticized; UK could pay $93B to leave Europe, and Bill Ackman calls Valeant buy a "huge mistake." These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
As the U.S. national debt grows larger than the country's GDP, here's a look at where it came from -- and to whom we owe that money.
Samsung is facing its biggest test with the unveiling of a new phone, the Galaxy S8. CNET News executive editor Roger Cheng joins CBSN with details of what to expect from the new device.
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The SEC says he and a co-worker built "a bond of trust purportedly based on faith but actually based on false promises”
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The president says rolling back Obama-era environmental rules will revive the coal industry -- here's why he's probably wrong
Media company says it will rebrand cable station aimed at young men to focus on "storytelling"
Diseases like diabetes and heart disease aren't just health problems -- they also hurt economic growth
Burger giant pledges to use fresh beef patties in Quarter Pounders in 2018
Narendra Modi’s government went well beyond a public expression of anger about what it felt was an insulting product
The shift by the world's biggest money manager highlights the extent to which investing has become automated
America's suburbs were once root soil for the American Dream -- now they are fertile ground for fatal drug overdoses
A reverse mortgage is a financial lifeline for many retirees, and the best time to set one up is early in retirement
The pioneering natural food grocery chain now has lots of ravenous rivals in this ever-expanding niche
America's debt-to-GDP ratio could nearly double in the next 30 years, posing "substantial risks," a new report warns
Automakers are still grappling with fixes to faulty Takata airbag inflators, which are linked to 16 deaths
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A former student is balking at the $25 million settlement, saying she won't back down and wants her day in court
Businesses are filing more animal-related claims, including the hotel invaded by a flying squirrel
The giant electric utility wants them to cover some of the multibillion-dollar bill for North and South Carolina remediations
A senior executive allegedly belittled the employees and was fired to avoid a PR scandal, the suit charges
With its first big launch since the Note 7 recall, Samsung delivers a "simply gorgeous” phone – but can it earn consumers' trust?