Zillow says homes lost $681 billion this year. The good news: Losses are slowing and some believe the worst may be over.
Both parties want to extend the Social Security tax cut, but they disagree sharply over how to pay for it. Plus, politics is at play in dictating what discussions to have when.
Ariad Pharmaceuticals, Monsanto and Accenture are a few names that could benefit if these events come to pass.
Boston Scientifc and First Solar are downgraded to 'neutral.'
His family has a grand total of $802 in unused gifts cards lying around, and some of these cards are losing value every month.
Reclusive mining heiress paid lawyer and accountant thousands every month, but they failed to pay $90 million in federal gift taxes and penalties, estate says.
One-Percenter of the Week: Mark Pincus made more than $1 billion last week when shares hit the market at $10 each. Plus, even before the IPO, he got to sell a bunch of shares back to his company at $14 a share.
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