In the coming months, once investment is secured, I will launch 2210 -- an e-commerce fashion company that sells clothing for men and women aged between 25 and 35. I intend to offer them clothes that are affordable yet feel exclusive.
When you look under the hood of President Obama's auto bailout and take it for a test drive, you learn it's a lemon. Sorry, Mr. President. No sale.
Nothing illustrates the choice between the two presidential candidates better than the 2009 rescue of the auto industry. And, despite Mitt Romney's efforts to distort the contrast with patently dishonest claims and a new TV ad, the auto rescue may turn out to be the deciding factor in the election.
Mitt Romney's career at Bain Capital provided him a lot of experience with bankruptcies. So, it was natural that, as the Obama team was considering a rescue package for the auto industry, Romney reached into his old bag of tricks.
Accounting professionals by nearly a 2-1 margin said in an online survey that their business clients don't do enough to ensure creditworthiness of customers, vendors and other potential transaction partners before they extend credit.
Regardless of your view on who got it right, it is unquestionable that the candidates would have steered GM and Chrysler down dramatically different paths.
I just turned 62 and am getting divorced. My attorney suggested I look into getting health insurance because I will soon be off of my ex's company plan.
Uncertainty about the financial future dominates the lives of hundreds of millions of people: Where will I sleep? How will I feed my family? For many, just thinking about these worst-case scenarios can be paralyzing.
Politicians who are promising to repeal Obamacare won't find any evidence in the Kaiser Family Foundation's analysis of health insurance costs that the law has caused premiums to skyrocket, as many of those politicians have contended.
I have a pretty good idea what legislation in the last decade could have "corrected" the housing crisis, and what legislation made it worse. Ryan voted wrong every time.
Stare debt in the face and be honest with yourself. You shouldn't be ashamed of once being in debt, it happens to the best of us. So why do people fall into debt?
What began as a critical problem for a small percentage of prospective clergy is reaching alarming levels, new research indicates. It is no longer unusual for seminary graduates to leave school with $70,000 to $80,000 in debt.
Consumer fraud and unfair business practices have become the hallmarks of how banks have been treating their customers.
Only a few days earlier I had driven my leased car to the dealer and handed them the keys, and I had no idea how I was going to pay rent that month. Maybe I was crazy, but then again dreamers always look a little crazy to those that have forgotten how to dream.
Beginning in 2007 I experienced the most devastating time of my life in almost every way -- personal bankruptcy, financial ruin, embarrassment, and self-doubt. At the end of the worst of it, I found a new direction.
In recent weeks, three California cities have filed for bankruptcy: Stockton, Mammoth Lakes, and San Bernardino. If you live there, should you get out of town? And if you don't live there, should you worry that your city is next?