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Janet Yellen Confirmed As Federal Reserve Chair

On Monday afternoon, the Senate confirmed Janet Yellen, 67, as new chairperson of the Federal Reserve. Yellen is the first woman to take ... tags: Beyond_the_BasicsBuilding_The_Organization_of_TomorrowCatching_UpChange_AgentsOn_TrackPersonal_FinancePower_Women

Week Ahead: Mayer, Malone, And A Slew Of Market-Moving News

The first full trading week of 2014 brings a slew of company and economic news that is potentially sensitive for investors. The US jobs ... tags: All_StarsAsia_OutlookEuropean_Central_BankGold_CommoditiesIntelligent_InvestingJohn_MaloneLas_Vegas

Committee For Unsecured Creditors Appointed In Detroit Bankruptcy

The judge overseeing Detroit's historic bankruptcy case on Monday named a committee to represent interests of the unsecured creditors as ... tags: Domestic_NewsKevyn_OrrPersonal_financeSecured_creditorUnited_StatesUnited_States_bankruptcy_courtUnited_States_bankruptcy_law

Ford Crashes As Signs Point To Alan Mulally Leaving For Microsoft

Ford Motorstock fell over 7 in early trading on Wednesday after the company projected lower than expected earnings for a tougher climate in ... tags: Alan_MulallyForbes_400_Richest_AmericansFord_Motor_CompanyGoing_GlobalHenry_Ford_and_sonIntelligent_InvestingPersonal_Finance

Roomba Maker IRobot Soars After Google, Amazon Show Off Robotic Future

iRobot, the pure-play robotics company that makes the Roomba, seems to be benefiting from recent purchase of Boston Dynamics and Amazons ... tags: Beyond_the_BasicsFuture_Of_WorkGame_ChangersGreen_TechInnovation_and_ScienceIntelligent_InvestingIntelligent_Tech

Money Quick TIps: Tipping during the holiday season

USA TODAY contributor Regina Lewis offers advice on who and how much to tip during the holidays. tags: holidaykaveh_rezaeimoneyMoney_Quick_Tipspersonal_financeRegina_Lewisshopping

In Largest-ever U.S. City Bankruptcy, Cuts Coming For Detroit Creditors, Retirees

A federal judge on Tuesday formally declared Detroit bankrupt, a landmark ruling that clears the way for potentially sweeping cuts to city ... tags: AFSCME_unionChapter_9Domestic_NewsGovernor_SnyderPension_Benefit_Guaranty_CorporationPersonal_financeTitle_11

AP Top Stories Nov. 29 P

Here's the latest news for Friday, November 29th Shoppers race for bargains on Black Friday Obama meets immigration protesters on National ... tags: BusinessHolidaysImmigrationLifestyleNationalOccasionsPersonal_finance

Black Friday Deals Draw Shoppers

The holiday shopping season started as a marathon, not a sprint. Black Friday, typically the biggest shopping day of the year, drew scores ... tags: BusinessCorporate_managementCorporate_newsMacys_IncNationalPersonal_financePersonal_spending

Why do gas prices go up overnight, but take much longer to go down? Ask USA TODAY

A reader wants to know why the yo-yo effect in gas prices acts much quicker when gas prices are going up than when they are going down. ... tags: Ask_USA_TODAYEditorial_pageGas_Pricesjohn_waggoneroilpersonal_financepetroleum

Are we ever going to have real tax reform in the U.S.? Ask USA TODAY

Is tax reform in the U.S. possible If so, what kind Take a look at personal finance columnist John Waggoner's answer to this reader ... tags: Ask_USA_TODAYEditorial_pagejohn_waggonermortgage_deductionpersonal_financeRonald_Reagantaxes

Inside Trading: How an IPO Works

Twitter's stock offering is the most anticipated debut of the year. Millions of shares will change hands later this week after the New York ...