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How women who retire with their husbands often lose out

Women who retire when their husbands do may be giving up more wealth than they realize. Married women overall are still in their peak earning years in their 50s and…

Pot stock craze 'will end badly,' Cramer warns

Jim Cramer doubles down on his warning about investing in marijuana stocks like Tilray, which has been trading wildly since CEO Brendan Kennedy's appearance on "Mad Money."

Dimon says this is the biggest risk to the financial system

The "biggest vulnerability" for the financial system is the threat of cyberattacks, J.P. Morgan's Jamie Dimon said on Thursday.

Here's what happened when I completely stopped using credit cards

Credit cards play a large role in debt for Americans. Laura McCamy stopped using credit cards to pay off her debt — but without revolving credit, her credit score evaporated. Though giving up credit cards can reduce debt, there are some unexpected problems that come with cutting the cards.

Wells Fargo to cut up to 10% of its workforce in next 3 years

Wells Fargo & Co said on Thursday it would reduce its headcount by about 5 percent to 10 percent within the next three years as part of a turnaround plan.

Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program

Read about what CBC News and the Toronto Star discovered after sending a pair of reporters undercover to a ticket industry convention in Las Vegas that brings together box-office giants and the world's top scalpers in the same room.

Why Americans pay more for cannabis than Canadians

In the Great White North, marijuana consumers get a bargain compared to their American counterparts.

Stocks close at record highs as trade fears simmer down

U.S. stock index futures pushed out slight gains ahead of Thursday's open, building upon the strong session on Wall Street yesterday.

The many things that can mess up your credit score

Simple precautions can protect you from credit score mistakes.

Trump's latest tariffs are about to hit you where it really hurts

President Donald Trump's newest round of tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods is the first time during the US-China trade war that consumer goods will get hit with duties. This could lead to a price increase for the average American shopper.