"Mulheres são melhores investidoras — em casa e em fundos de investimento," diz Sallie Krawcheck, executiva de Wall Street que fundou a Ellevest, empresa de consultoria voltada para mulheres.
The bill, which is similar to what passed the Senate earlier this month, changed enough to pull in two key votes.
Sens. Marco Rubio and Mike Lee are pushing for an expanded child tax credit.
But it will be very, very expensive.
The bitcoin crash might be coming, but the only thing that broke so far with the new futures exchange was the website.
Republicans may shift their change in the corporate tax rate, after a change from Trump.
"It's good for corporate America. It's good for us."
Senate and House Republicans will have to come to an agreement on these issues before getting a bill to Trump's desk.
Senate Republicans Passed A Massive Tax Bill In The Middle Of The Night That They Kept Changing Until The Last Minute
The bill would reshape the tax code in favor of corporations and do more to undercut Obamacare than anything Republicans have yet managed to pass.
A new projection about the plan's impact on the deficit, along with a procedural hurdle, have at least temporarily complicated the bill.
With the company's stock hitting $1,000, if you bought $14,000 worth of Amazon stock in 2001, you'd be a millionaire this morning.
Being named partner at Goldman Sachs means a $900,000 salary, before bonuses. It also means you're on track to the highest circles of the financial and corporate elite.
Trump's rough tax plan would benefit America's "highest income households," according to a new analysis by the Tax Policy Center.
Stocks dip a couple billion in the whole wide world.
All Apple customers are created equal. But some are more equal than others.
Following an expanded review, Wells Fargo said on Thursday it opened 1.4 million more "potentially unauthorized" accounts than was last reported.
How do you become fearless and financially secure enough to make enemies of New York's wealthy and politically powerful? A seven-figure check from Amazon certainly helps.
The dynamo who left Reuters to run for a seat in Canada's parliament was both the motivating force behind the wire service's ambitious digital revamp and one of the primary reasons it was killed, current and former employees tell BuzzFeed.
Ken Lewis will pay a $10 million fine in a settlement, ending a suit where he was accused of failing to disclose risks to shareholders in Bank of America's acquisition of the investment bank Merrill Lynch.
"We've got to change this industry before more people are injured."