US Stocks—Indexes Rise On Muted Core CPI, Intel Gains
U.S. stocks rose on Friday after government data showed consumer prices, excluding food and energy, grew less than expected in May, reassuring investors about the economy's health.
There is no mistaking how Double Hull Tankers (DHT: 15.13, 0.00, 0.0%) makes its money, given the company's straightforward name. It has seven huge ships that sail the world's oceans, their holds filled with thousands of barrels of crude oil. Each of the vessels is locked into long-term contracts with various energy companies.
Four at Four: An Ugly Day
Stocks endured a terrible session today on worries about rising labor costs and interest rates, reigniting concerns about inflation, which had finally dissipated in the past few weeks after a spate of better-than-expected economic reports.
A Crash Course On Fast Money
Like "The Parent Trap," "Fully Loaded" is not just the subtitle of a Lindsay Lohan film. It's an apt description of the troubled starlet's big fat bank account and the sloshed condition that got her busted for DUI after driving her Mercedes into a Beverly Hills palm tree.
Planning Now, For Later
When her first husband entered a nursing home 19 years ago, the costs nearly crippled Claire Angel Harmon.
Mortgage Ignorance Rampant
As concerns about subprime mortgages plague the nation's leaders and lenders, America's homeowners are confused and worried about their own mortgages, according to a poll commissioned by Bankrate.com.
The 6 New Rules of Rich
Want to save more? Invest smarter? Spend less? Retire early? Sure, we can help with that.
Market Recovers a Bit, Exchanges See Slight Gains, Operations at NYSE Back on Track
Propped up by some soothing words from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, stocks took a tiny step forward yesterday. But the market's future direction remains a mystery, experts said.
In Sickness and in Wealth
It's gotta be love: You finish each other's sentences, your heart races when you're together and you've even thrown around the "M" word.
Corporate Citizenship—Setting New Standards
A few years ago, Velma Hart, director of finance at Lanham-based American Veterans, began the cumbersome process of selecting new accounting software for the nonprofit—a critical investment at a time when nonprofits find themselves and their methods of self-regulation under ever-increasing scrutiny.