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Liz Weston

The recipe for building wealth hasn't changed


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Ford O'Neil

Fund manager Q&A: What to expect from your bond fund


Brianna McGurran

Ask Brianna: How should I spend my first full-time paycheck?

Liz Weston

Should you save enough to live to 100?

Jeffrey Lucchesi

Forecast for stocks in the second half of year: Turbulence

Investors shrug at longest profit slump since the recession

NEW YORK (AP) — Not since the Great Recession have corporate profits been on this long of a slump. The response from investors: So what?


Forecast for stocks in the second half of year: Turbulence

NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market has been on a frustrating, dizzying roller-coaster ride to nowhere the last couple of years. It's still not over.

Jeffrey Lucchesi

If payday loans go away, what replaces them?

NEW YORK (AP) — The lenders who advance poor people money on their paychecks charge exorbitant interest rates that often snare the most vulnerable customers in a cycle of debt, the industry's critics have long said.


Britain's vote to exit EU makes for a rocky end to quarter

NEW YORK (AP) — So close, yet so far.


Q&A: Betting on internet commerce in emerging markets

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Funds that focus on companies that serve emerging markets have been mostly faring better after a rocky start to the year and a lackluster 2015, when worries about China's economic woes and volatile prices for oil and other commodities weighed on the category.

Kevin Carter

Click here when I die: Sites lay out plans for loved ones

NEW YORK (AP) — Several websites are trying to make death easier -- for the people left behind.


Overheard at Morningstar: Trump and markets, China slowdown

CHICAGO (AP) — How badly would a Donald Trump presidency shake up markets?


Pew's Nick Bourke weighs in on new payday loan regulations

NEW YORK (AP) — The controversial $38 billion payday lending industry is about to be regulated at the federal level for the first time based on new regulations proposed recently by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


Get real: Billions set to pour into real-estate investments

NEW YORK (AP) — Mutual funds are about to get much more real.


Correction: On the Money-Drug Price Apps story

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story June 1 about online services that compare drug prices, The Associated Press reported erroneously that GoodRx was the oldest company in the field. GoodRx was not the first company to offer such services. The story also misstated the name of another company, Blink Health.


Fidelity's John Sweeney talks rebalancing your portfolio

Like many things in life, investing is all about balance.


Insider Q&A: Proofpoint's Devin Redmond

NEW YORK (AP) — The rise of social media has given brands a quick and efficient way to communicate with consumers.


Cheapskates, you're doing it right. At least in investing.

NEW YORK (AP) — Stay cheap.


Energy expert says oil prices won't top $100 a barrel

Following a stunning decline, oil prices have clawed back near the $50 level this year. Production boomed in the U.S. but is now slumping. Globally, OPEC is in disarray and major producers can't agree on steps to boost prices.


Who's to say stocks are expensive: you or your fund manager?

NEW YORK (AP) — Being cautious can sometimes be the boldest move of all.


Risky? Yes, but regular folks are putting cash into startups

NEW YORK (AP) — Last year, Randy Murphy went to DietBet.com and bet $25 that he could drop 4 percent of his weight in four weeks. After shedding about 20 pounds, he won back $50.


So you want to invest in a startup? What you need to know

NEW YORK (AP) — Investing your money in startups is risky, experts say. In case you are tempted, here's what you need to know.


Average is more than enough: Bond index funds draw interest

NEW YORK (AP) — Forget trying to beat the market.


Insider Q&A: Keeping an eye on the Fed

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve chose recently not to raise the benchmark interest rate and made it clear it isn't in a big hurry to make the next move higher. After the global economy shuddered earlier this year and U.S. economic growth weakened, the Fed has slowed the march toward higher rates that it signaled in December.


Fund manager Q&A: Utilities good bet in volatile market

Funds that hold utilities stocks have been top performers this year as investors sought shelter from a turbulent stock market.


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History as Clinton ascends to nomination _ hostility too

Democratic leaders call for unification as convention begins

Raw sewage spilling into Mohawk River in Amsterdam

Calling hours Tuesday for former Cohoes mayor

Final beam lifted on Albany's new convention center

$5,000 in illegal drugs seized from Columbia County home

Man accused of lewd act outside Colonie Center

Actress who played TV psychic Miss Cleo dies of cancer at 53

The actress who became famous playing the Jamaican psychic Miss Cleo in television infomercials has died. Youree Dell Harris died Tuesday in Palm Beach, Florida, of cancer. She was 53. Her lawyer, William J. Cone Jr., confirmed the death.

Status report on Rivers Casino

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