NEW YORK (AP) - Facebook's stock is regaining some ground nearly a month after its rocky initial public offering.
The stock gained $1.02, or 3.7 percent, to close Thursday at $28.29. That's still down nearly 26 percent from Facebook's IPO price of $38
By Amy Fontinelle
If you fixate on a purchase's monthly cost instead of looking at its true, total cost, you've fallen into the monthly payment trap. While it's important to make sure that any purchase you want to finance will fit into your monthly budget, ignoring its total cost can
By CALVIN WOODWARD and TOM RAUMAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama accused Republicans of paying for wars "on the nation's credit card" even though he has used the same plastic for the same purpose, and for many others. Mitt Romney defied logic and
By DAVID STRINGERAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - Britain's government and the Bank of England on Thursday outlined a series of emergency measures designed to kick-start lending by banks and to protect the country's economy from the worsening debt crisis in the eurozone
By Dan Meade
(WORLDNOW) -- The plot and title for the upcoming movie Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter are, for all intents and purposes, the same. It is a film about our 16th president, where he came from, why he became the man he did and how he overcame the great battle of his life. Only instead
By MARK JEWELLAP Personal Finance Writer
BOSTON (AP) - Europe's on-again, off-again progress in tackling its debt problems has kept U.S. investors on edge for the better part of two-and-a-half years. It seems like this ride should be over by now, but it isn't. Risks
By The Associated Press
Commodities had a disjointed reaction to the stock market Thursday, with metals and agriculture mixed and oil prices rising.
Investors took a liking to industrial metals, but they kept gold flat and pushed down the price of silver.
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Those five words stop a lot of people from saving money on their health care spending through something called a flexible spending account, a tax break created by federal law that allows you to use pretax dollars deducted from your
NEW YORK (AP) - The government is borrowing 30-year money from investors at the lowest rate on record.
The Treasury Department auctioned 30-year bonds Thursday at a yield of 2.72 percent, the lowest rate ever for a sale of 30-year bonds.
By Robyn Ross,
The new cast of ABC's Bachelor Pad has been announced, and it includes Season 2 winner Michael Stagliano, Ben Flajnik's runner-up Lindzi Cox, five "super fans" of the show and two rejects from