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GE's Still Got Street Cred as Goes on Debt Diet

Despite getting hit with allegations last week, General Electric still has name, history and size.

Find Out What's in Store for These Dividend Contenders

Analyzing the June sales report shows how companies like TJX and Ross Stores are in-line to potentially become Dividend Aristocrats.

Kohl's: An Attractive Play on Consumer Spending and for Dividend Yield

Kohl's is well positioned to meet both the needs of the debt-strapped consumer and the desire of investors for attractive dividend yields.

Former U.S. Education Secretary on How Financial Literacy Solves Poverty

Former U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said poverty can't be eliminated without proper financial literacy.

Video: Check Out This Mind Blowing 577 Horsepower Mercedes-Benz SUV

Mercedes-Benz is showing off a 577 horsepower SUV at the New York International Auto Show.

Spring Clean Your Devices to Protect From Data Miners (Video and Podcast)

Sharing on social media and still expecting privacy is a basically a pipe dream these days. So until the Social giants figure it out, learn how to protect yourself and your data. Watch and listen now!

5 Things To Know About Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell

Watch our video and get to know your new Fed Chair.

2018 Super Bowl Ad: Hyundai Feels The Pain of Pee Wee Soccer Parents

With tons of auto ads airing during this Super Bowl LII, Hyundai attempts to differentiate itself by dropping Hollywood in lieu of every parent who faithfully stand on the sidelines at pee wee soccer games. Watch the video here!

Video: Shopping Online with Your Holiday Gift Cards? Beware of This Dirty Secret

Using all those gift cards you got this holiday to catch some post-Christmas sales? Well be careful. Not every deal is as good as it looks! Watch this 60 Second Tip by Tracy Byrnes to find out more about online shopping's dirty little tax secret.

There Really is Such a Thing as Good Debt

While "good debt" may sound like an oxymoron, in 60 seconds we'll tell you why there really is such a thing and whether you should pay it off.