President Donald Trump should immediately resign from office, said media mogul and tech investor Barry Diller.“Go home. Leave us alone, please,” said Diller, the chairman of the holding company IAC, who for years has drawn upon his multi-billion dollar fortune in support of Democrats.
With January marching on, we’re getting to that part of the year when it gets harder to stick to our money resolutions. Sure, you woke up Jan. 1 with the best of intentions, ready to pay down your credit card debt, beef up your retirement fund or maximize your savings. Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, author
Crowdfunding for federal workers has risen to $500,000 over 2,000 pages on GoFundMe alone, the site told Yahoo Finance. Here a few of their stories.
“It says queen as my job code on my pay stubs so any time my family members question whether or not I'm a queen, I say I have a federal document that says I am a queen,” Medieval Times Queen Tara Henderson told Yahoo Finance.
Stock closed higher on Thursday following reports that the U.S. may ease tariffs on Chinese imports.
As the government shutdown drags on, federal workers worry how they will pay their bills as they don't receive they paychecks.
A “blue flu” is sweeping across the nation’s airports as more skip work after yet another no-pay day amid the government shutdown.
The U.S. government is heading toward the longest-ever government shutdown. Meanwhile, problems caused by the shutdown are growing.
The late Vanguard founder and father of the index fund has already saved over 20 million investors $500 billion. That number is growing.
Declining interest rates since mid-November have lifted mortgage applications and home builder sentiment. A positive for the 2019 housing market.
Nike unveiled its new, slightly more affordable self-lacing shoes that the company says is durable enough to be used by the biggest NBA superstars. Yahoo Finance checked it out at the global unveil.
The government shutdown continues on to day 24 and many groups have had enough. Government shutdown protests are taking various forms.
Former top economic advisor to President Donald Trump Gary Cohn says shutdown makes no sense. He left the administration last year.
Stock ownership has gotten extremely concentrated in the U.S. with the top 1% owning half of equities held by American households.
As the government shutdown rages on, one prominent Federal Reserve official says the debacle is eroding confidence in the U.S. political process.