How Math Will Shape Wall Street's Future
Mathematician Edward Frenkel considers his field's impact on finance.
What Does It Mean to Be an American?
Ike (pronounced Eekay) Uzondu, the protagonist of novelist Okey Ndibe's 2014 book “Foreign Gods, Inc.,” wants desperately to be American.
Ritholtz: How Good Was Bill Gross?
Have the media misrepresented Bill Gross' PIMCO track record? Barry Ritholtz “sets the record straight.”
The Running of the Bears: Jobs Surge Sways Even Pessimists
The skeptics about the U.S. economic recovery, including Paul Krugman and Axel Merk, are turning optimistic.
5 Obscure Tax Breaks Congress Just Approved
Just in time for the holidays, the House pulled together Wednesday night to revive dozens of tax breaks. Here are some of the most noteworthy.
Wealthy Investors Worry About Digital Security but Fail to Protect Assets
Investors are concerned about protecting both their financial data and their online reputations, a study found.
10 Best Finance Tweets of the Month: August
Corporate graphic design gone wrong, a petite Putin and more highlights from the Twittersphere.
Texas Billionaire’s Odd Way of Saving Heirs Some Tax Dollars
It's not actually a good idea to lose $2.8 billion to save $1.1 billion in taxes.
The Message of a $549,000 Watch
A suggestion: some folks might want to make some of their conspicuous consumption a little less conspicuous.
Ric Edelman: What’s Wrong With IRAs, 401(k)s, and the Industry That Sells Them
The outspoken Edelman talks to ThinkAdvisor about how Wall Street preys on investors, the unconventional structure of his practice and why he opposes mutual funds.