Finance :: Retirement
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index pushed back into record territory Monday after the latest round of corporate deal making made investors more confident.
Hearts raced faster as stock markets around the world stumbled in January, but that didn’t stop investors from plugging more money into mutual funds.
A rift between Gov. Jerry Brown and the board overseeing the nation’s largest public pension fund over rising liabilities tied to longer retiree life expectancies highlights a concern about how decisions are made.
This year’s stock market decline has left investors uneasy.But money managers say take a breath - the downturn could offer opportunities to strengthen your retirement savings for the long run.
AOL chief Tim Armstrong restored the company’s previous 401(k) match policy after setting off a firestorm when he linked the cut in the match to the cost of two employees who had given birth to what he called, "distressed babies." From Jill Schlesinger.
U.S. stocks were mixed late Wednesday afternoon as a survey on hiring did little to ease uncertainty over the health of the economy.
Men took a huge hit in the recession, losing nearly twice as many jobs as women. As Anthony Mason reports, their earning power has also stagnated, and many unemployed men are having a tough time finding work again.
Tim Mullaney, Economics Reporter for USA Today, tells why what looks good for the economy looks bad for Wall Street.
Ford Motor Co. enjoyed one of the best years in its history in 2013, but the celebration won’t last long. Ford has already warned that profits will be down this year as it launches a record 23 vehicles and builds seven plants around the world.
JPMorgan Chase said Tuesday that its profits fell 7 percent in the fourth quarter, hampered by more legal woes and a decline in the bank’s investment banking business.