Striking Caterpillar Workers Approve Contract
JOLIET, Ill.--Workers at a Caterpillar Inc. (CAT) factory in Illinois voted in favor of a new pay offer, a move that will end a strike lasting more than five months, union officials said Friday.
Graduated, but Still on the Job Hunt? How to Stay Fresh
Job hunting is a long, arduous process that can be full of frustration with little glimmers of hope, but experts say staying positive and having a good attitude is a critical part of landing a job. To avoid becoming a jaded college grad on the job hunt, here are expert tips on how grads can stay
ECB Should Supervise All Euro-Zone Banks - German Industry Body
The European Central Bank should supervise all banks across the 17-nation euro zone, regardless of size, the president of the German BdB banking association, an industry body, said Friday.
Morgan Stanley Sends Facebook Profits to Underwriters - Sources
Profits made by banks underwriting Facebook Inc.'s (FB) initial public offering as the stock fell were distributed this week from a pool of about $100 million, say people with knowledge of the deal.
Financial Pros and Cons of Shacking Up After 60
Love is great, but it's probably best to have a contract no matter what your marital status.
What You Should Do After a Car Accident
If you aren't injured and can stay calm, follow these four steps when you're in a car accident.
How Should I Dispose of an Old Junk Car?
You have options in kicking a clunker out of the family. Some might even bring you some cash.
Move Away From Stocks as I Get Set to Retire?
Learn about investment rebalancing, particularly as you approach another "R-word": retirement.
White House: Oil Release an Option on the Table
The White House said on Friday that it continues to monitor changes in the global oil market and that a release from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve is an option under consideration.