Charlie Munger, investing genius and Warren Buffett's right-hand man, dies at age 99
"We think so much alike that it's spooky," Warren Buffett once said of Munger.
U.S. passport delays have eased — but aren’t yet back to normal
Unprecedented passport demand in 2023 fueled a backlog of applications.
European tech funding halves to $45 billion, back to pre-Covid levels — but AI is a bright spot
Overall funding for European venture-backed companies is projected to decline 45% in 2023 from a year ago, according to VC firm Atomico.
Wells Fargo unveils 2024 target, warns of 'really, really sloppy' first half for stocks
Wells Fargo Securities' Chris Harvey sees a volatile path to his S&P 500 to 4,625 year-end target.
This exchange is expanding its short-term options portfolio as 'zero-day' bets boom
Nasdaq launched new short-term options on asset classes like oil and bonds that expire on Wednesdays.
More employers offer a Roth 401(k) — and a Secure 2.0 change may prompt more workers to use it
Roth is a type of after-tax savings. Secure 2.0, a retirement law passed last year, is poised to increase adoption even more in the workplace.
'Same as ever': Lessons on wealth, greed and happiness from Morgan Housel
Morgan Housel has become the Mark Twain of financial writers.
Why climate change may cost you big bucks — and what to do about it
Climate change is already affecting household finances and the U.S. economy, and those effects are expected to get worse.
Coinbase CEO says crypto industry can turn the page after historic Binance settlement
The crypto industry can close the chapter on a litany of scandals after Binance was hit with a historic settlement, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong...
Why cautious investors may want to look beyond high-yield savings accounts
Cautious investors piling into cash may want to consider other options. But convincing them could be "very, very difficult," says one expert.