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And is the bubble going to be dangerous when it pops?
Department store credit cards, which tend to have high interest rates, have fallen out of fashion. But for some with bad credit, they are the only option.
Texas A&M University will start training doctors and nurses to also be engineers.
Three experts weigh in on how tax reform could change lives — and the economy.
NASA's Doug Wheelock says it takes a lot of learning to get the extremely competitive job.
Our reporter confronts his fears of aging out of the most valuable advertising demographic.
Businesses eagerly wait for more details on the Brexit transition.
More than 190,000 people have left the island for Florida since the hurricane, including 20-somethings looking for better opportunities.
Job growth this year has been "impressive," one economist says.
Recently unsealed documents shed light on how the maker of OxyContin seems to have relied more on focus groups than on scientific studies to create an aggressive and misleading marketing campaign that helped fuel the national opioid epidemic.
And if you feel like the holiday used to be better, you're not alone.
Economist Martin Sullivan's problematic fave from the GOP plan is the pass-through tax.
Limitations mean officials have to be judicious with the warnings they send to phones.
Some Republican lawmakers join push to save the perk for employers and their employees.
A potential lack of government funding could help other countries pull ahead.
The former editor was an "observer at the feast" during the glitzy Reagan era and wrote about it in a new book.
Facebook has been ranked the best place to work for the third year in a row, according to Glassdoor reviews
Despite the criticism Facebook has faced over the past year, its employees love working there.