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  • Piggish bankers went whole hog to abuse consumers in 2014

    The end of the year occasions awards season in all industries, and the world of personal finance is no exception, which brings us to the 2014 edition of the Piggy Bank Awards for Dubious Achievements in Consumer Finance or, for short, "The Piggies."...
  • Wage stagnation puts the squeeze on ordinary workers

    Wage stagnation puts the squeeze on ordinary workers
    Laurie Chisum works as a manager for a small office-equipment company in Orange County. She puts in about 30 hours a week on the job and spends much of her time at home caring for her mother, who is afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. She's not...
  • Five Myths About Weather Forecasting

    Five Myths About Weather Forecasting
    As we fearlessly — or fearfully — march toward winter's peak, people inevitably turn to weather forecasts to try to anticipate when roads will be treacherous, whether offices and schools may be closed, and how much they'll have to shovel...
  • Tribune Media to begin trading Friday on NYSE

    Tribune Media to begin trading Friday on NYSE
    Tribune Media is set to begin trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol TRCO. The Chicago-based media company announced Tuesday it has received approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to list its stock on the NYSE,...
  • Investing: Brace yourself for a bumpy road

    Kiplinger's senior editor Anne Kates Smith recently interviwed Kristina Hooper, the U.S. investment strategist for Allianz Global Investors, on the outlook for stocks in 2015. Kiplinger's: Where do you see stocks headed in 2015? Hooper: It depends on...
  • Foreign exchange manipulation allegations erode public opinion

    Foreign exchange manipulation allegations erode public opinion
    Tourists wouldn't notice it: Any manipulation of foreign currency exchange rates might add a fraction of a cent in paying for a meal at a Parisian bistro or booking a tour at the Great Wall of China. But multiply that by $5 trillion — the amount...
  • Stocks rebound from selloff, Dow up nearly 200 points

    U.S. stocks rebounded from a selloff in energy shares that broadened to the rest of the market Wednesday, as better-than-forecast data on retail sales and unemployment boosted confidence in the economy. Urban Outfitters Inc. gained the most in the...
  • House narrowly averts government shutdown, Senate up next

    House narrowly averts government shutdown, Senate up next
    The House of Representatives averted a government shutdown on Thursday, narrowly passing a $1.1 trillion spending bill despite strenuous Democratic objections to controversial financial provisions. The vote followed a long day of drama and discord on...
  • Sony hacker scandal scarier than a slasher film

    Sony hacker scandal scarier than a slasher film
    The leaked documents, with Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and James Franco cast as clowns, may at times make it all seem like a comedy. To those whose private correspondence and personal information have been exposed, it may feel like a tragedy. Make no...
  • Hack at Sony Pictures shuts computer system

    Sony Pictures Entertainment suffered a widespread hack that rendered the film studio's computer systems useless, in a twist right out of a cybersecurity thriller movie. Employees of the Culver City-based studio who tried to log on to their work...
  • Wells Fargo to sell $8.5 billion in federal student loans

    Wells Fargo to sell $8.5 billion in federal student loans
    Wells Fargo said it will sell government-guaranteed student loans worth $8.5 billion to Navient, one of the largest U.S. loan servicing and asset recovery companies. The bank said the sale would help it focus more on its private student lending business....