A new study of millennials finds that losing your job isn't as detrimental to your long-term financial well-being if you live in the same neighborhood as your parents.
Former Apple and Pepsi CEO John Sculley talked to IBT about the product that fractured his relationship with Steve Jobs, tips for millennials and what he's up to now.
According to the survey, some Americans view Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong and Kim Jong Un as "heroes."
A new paper suggests that a greater emphasis on vocational education in the United States could save jobs and help lower-income earners.
Millennials are 50 percent more likely than Gen X'ers to share their salary info with coworkers and 200 percent more likely to do so than Baby Boomers.
Whose Your Landlord offers renters a new level of control over housing choices.
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Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin has advice for teenage cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
But unlike their elders, millennials put a political spin on their shopping habits.
Millennial women in their 20s have closed the gender pay gap.
The largest number of young people since 1940 lived with their parents last year, and in 2017, millennials' home-buying prospects may further dampen.
"Economists are not certain about many things," Yellen said. "But we are quite certain that a college diploma or an advanced degree is a key to economic success."
If you haven't already started saving for your Christmas shopping, now is the time to start.
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The deadline for U.S. college students to apply for their share of the approximately $150 billion in financial aid is imminent.
More businesses are embracing the subscription economy, a move with both good and bad repercussions for consumers. Here’s how to optimize your accounts.
The industry has been accused of making false promises, rigging job placement data, recruiting customers too aggressively, hiking college costs and not providing quality degree programs.
The Libertarian Party nominee for president would scrap the Education Department to return more control to states and districts, he tells IBT in an exclusive interview.
More young people have gained health insurance in recent years, but they’re neither better educated nor financially equipped to use it.
Financial uncertainty can unite couples, rather than increase conflict. Here’s how to have the money talk.