Caterpillar turned in a record Q1 2011 with $1.22 billion in profit. Can an increase in construction jobs be far behind?
Gas prices have nearly hit $4 per gallon nationwide, and Americans are starting to feel the pinch of having to pay more at the pump.
If you're an investor who wants to invest in foreign treasury bonds, Bankrate suggests you consider Canadian bonds and exchange-traded funds.
Pending home sales, or contracts to purchase a home, rose during the month of March as the housing market is slowly coming back to life
Sony has been slapped with a class action suit over the Playstation network hack that exposed millions to possible identity theft.
Wal-Mart has gone through seven straight quarters of sales decline. As a result, CEO Mike Duke has refocused the company's lens on lower prices.
Watch out for default interest rates. Despite new rules, credit card issuers like Bank of America will still raise rates sky high.
Free money from the Fed intended to boost lending was used to pad bank profits with sweetheart bond deals instead ...
Buying an HUD home should take 60 days at most, experts claim. If you're having trouble and suspect fraud, here's what you can do.
Record profits, high gas prices and the current budget cutting craze could spell the end for billions in oil and gas subsidies.
The Census Bureau has noted a rise in the number of cohabiting couples. Cohabitation, without marriage, can make finances trickier.
President Obama and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have proposed a home renter's tax credit to offset soaring rents.
The U.S. Dollar Index is approaching its all-time low, but a number of factors may signal a rebound for the greenback ...
If fighting about money defines your coupling relationship, try these strategies for how to avoid money arguments.
Buying a home is getting more expensive on the front end, even as prices are dropping, and renting is becoming a more expensive option.
A recent survey indicated almost 20 percent of people would raid a retirement account, despite the expensive penalties for doing so.