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Humana Shares Dive on Insurance Membership Dip

Shares of Humana fell after a 37% drop in premium memberships was unveiled.

Battling Breast Cancer Takes a Financial Toll, Here's What You Can Do

The Pink Fund provides financial assistance to breast cancer victims to ease their financial stress.

Here’s How U.S. Government Debt Affects Your Retirement

The U.S. national debt, now over $19 trillion, means investors might need to save more money for their retirement, according to one expert.

Retirement Study Shows Parents, Adult Kids Not Talking

When it comes to the topic of retirement, aging parents and their adult children too often have a failure to communicate.

Midday Report: Banks Rally; U.S. Stocks Jump on Upbeat Jobs

U.S. stocks jumped after the latest reading on the U.S. labor market brought relief over the strength of the economy.

Closing Bell: Humana Slumps on Deal Worries; U.S. Stocks Mixed

A sharp selloff in crude kept stocks mostly in the red, though optimism ahead of Friday's jobs reports kept losses to a minimum on Thursday.

Don’t Blame the Consumer for Macy’s Miscue Says One Strategist

The problems that led Macy's to lower its full-year earnings guidance are more a function of troubled times for department stores than a weakening consumer.

Why Celgene, Fiserv & Travelers Should Be Bought

Celgene shares are off 16 percent year-to-date and last week's weak guidance did not enthuse the biotech giant's backers.

Chattanooga Mayor Slams Tennessee’s Anti-LGBT Bill

Tennessee lawmakers passed a bill earlier this week that would make it harder LGBT individuals to seek mental health services.

How Bob Benmosche Turned Around AIG and Paid Back America

Bob Benmosche was more than simply the right man at the right time to turn around AIG after its $182 billion bailout by Uncle Sam.