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Art Hogan predicts the Federal Reserve will disappoint the stock market by not cutting rates again this year.
Blackstone chief investment strategist Joseph Zidle believes the Federal Reserve and markets are on a collision course over interest rates.
Finance, logistical and quality-of-life issues should all factor equally in any decision to relocate for retirement, say financial advisors.
Less than two weeks after threatening to sue retail giant Amazon, a small town New Jersey mayor is backing off.
Ash Kamel wanted to expand his skills and be more marketable in the corporate world. But he didn’t choose to do it by enrolling in an expensive and time-consuming business school program. Kamel, who graduated with an electrical engineering degree nearly a decade ago and became an entrepreneur, enrolled instead in a three-month, classroom-based “boot …
More people are taking their education digital.That approach, which rips a page out of “The Jetsons,” may be making the grade, but it could ultimately come at a cost to sprawling university campuses. Fueled by new technology and those hesitant to leave well-paying jobs to relocate in an unpredictable economy, more universities are offering traditional …
The next time you come across a flyer advertising a Black Friday deal that takes 50 percent off the retail price, you may not want to regard it as a “steal.” Retailers are still making big profits even while slashing prices, according to Vincent Quan, associate professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology. There’s a …