Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! We’re nearing the end of the week. Here are your top stories in personal finance.
The Major League Soccer star’s year-old site combines financial advice, media analysis and consumer-friendly news-you-can-use.
Analysts from PartyCasino have studied box-office data from 1980 to 2017 and found that Emilio Estevez delivered the best return of any top-billed male actor who has starred in at least 10 films.
A new study analyzed over 10,000 salary records to compare pay raises.
Workers facing situations like Harvey and Bob Weinstein’s employees have limited options for recourse.
The authors, as well as the characters, are rarely people of color.
Researchers found that brain activity was a better predictor of consumer preferences than questionnaires.
Big tourist hubs were affected by the latest travel advisory.
Whole Foods announced a data breach as consumers were scrambling to understand a much bigger breach at Equifax. Was that timing merely a coincidence?
No matter what roadblocks are put in place, at the end of the day it’s economics and in particular wage gaps that drive immigration flows, a World Bank expert said Thursday.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who lost his Marine lieutenant son in Afghanistan, on Thursday defended President Trump’s handling of a controversial call to a Gold Star widow.
President Donald Trump gave the federal response to hurricane-battered Puerto Rico a “10” on Thursday, but by several measures the island is operating at much lower than a perfect score.
Like many others of his political leaning, Senator Jim Dabakis found himself in unfamiliar territory on Thursday morning.
Is John Taylor really as much as a hawk as he sounds? Yes, the Fed chief candidate is.
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