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Video: After losing her life savings in the Bernie Madoff scandal, author Geneen Roth is urging people to examine the relationship between food and money.
America's economy is best known for its ultra-capitalist ways, but local bartering between tradesmen is as trendy today as ever.
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The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis released a new report detailing each state's 2010 per capita income.
Video: Billions of dollars. That's the amount of unclaimed money in the U.S. waiting to be given back to the rightful owners.
State budget woes may lead to cuts in unemployment benefits for some.
Grocery prices are on the rise, disaster-proof your finances and opening up to your kids about money.
The personal finance world is up in arms with rumors of debit card fee caps and spending limits for consumers.
Stock index futures tumbled 2 percent as Japan faced a nuclear meltdown, sending global equities lower in what could cause prolonged financial turmoil.
President Obama addresses the nation’s concern about rising energy costs and the availability of oil.
The average credit card debt in San Antonio is $5,177.
Video: Gas prices have jumped about 20 cents in just one week and customers across the country are increasingly suspicious of oil companies.
For all the talk about $100-a-barrel oil snuffing out economic recovery, it has so far inspired only modest changes in U.S. consumer behavior.
Economic woes have left husbands in the home while wives go out and work.
Here are some creative ways you can spend a little less and save a lot more.
The surge in oil prices is the latest blow for businesses that are already being hit by soaring costs as consumer spending remains weak.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.