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Closing Bell: Russian Envoy to Turkey Killed; Boeing to Enact Further Cost Cuts

Stocks hold slight gains through to close after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen touts the job market's strength.

Michael Lewis on the Psychology of Investing and 'The Undoing Project'

Investors seeking to better their decision-making might be wise to consult the teachings of Israeli psychologists Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman.

How to Plan and Finance Your Family's College Dreams

The cost of college continues to rise dramatically and parents need to start saving for their children as early as pre-school!

Why Investing in Education Has Been a Spectacular Failure for Some Billionaires

The possibility of transforming America's education system has lured some very gifted businesspeople to invest in what have often turned out to be spectacular failures.

Here Is What You Need to Know About Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's Student Loan Plans

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have proposed measures to help students suffering from burdensome college debt.

Student Debt Education Reform, and Other Issues the Next President Should Tackle

There are some big issues in higher education right now, but not a lot of bipartisan support to find agreement on how to fix them.

Namibia Offers Springboard to African Markets, Says President

Namibia's human and natural resources offer limitless potential as a commercial hub and channel to the Southern African region that represents a market upwards of 300 million people

T. Rowe Price: Kids, Parents Disconnected on Paying for College

Kids expect parents to cover their college costs, but parents might not be able to meet those expectations.

Staples Isn’t Sweating Amazon This Back To School Shopping Season

Amazon who? At least that seems to be the stance of office supplies giant Staples.

More Millennials Profiting From Impact Investing

More and more millennials not only want to make a return on their investments, but an environmental or social impact too, said Jackie VanderBrug, senior vice president at U.S. Trust.