Harry Potter has millions of fans. Benjamin F. Bailar is not one of them. The 80-year-old former postmaster general and avid stamp collector sent a letter last month to Patric ..
It's no secret that many Americans aren't saving enough for retirement, but a big chunk of households have saved nothing at all, according to the latest data from th ..
A Minnesota restaurant has responded to the state's increased minimum wage by charging customers a $0.35 surcharge. But a higher minimum wage could have bigger consequenc ..
Traders seem to be betting American bombs will make Iraq more stable, not less. ..
Don't believe the hype that insurance companies are getting squeezed on Obamacare. That's the message from Ezekiel Emanuel, one of the law's architects. ..
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Sportswear firm Adidas (ADSGn.DE) probably thought it had hit the marketing jackpot when Adidas-sponsored Germany beat Adidas-sponsored Argentina to win the Adidas-sponsored W ..
Fair Issac, the company behind your FICO credit scores, will recalibrate the way it calculates credit scores, which could make it easier for some consumers to get loans. ..
The U.S. increasingly looks like an island of stability in a troubled world and our economy, for all its flaws, appears to be on the upswing -- in stark contrast to Europe ..
U.S. nonfarm productivity rebounded more strongly than expected in the second quarter, putting a lid on wage pressures and giving the Federal Reserve room to keep interest rat ..