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Bruce Springsteen works out for $9.99 a month at a gym called Jersey Strong
He sticks to his same old routine: treadmill and weights.
On fame and Facebook, Jennifer Aniston proved she was way ahead of her time
‘Friends’ is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and the actress who played Rachel Green took this writer by surprise when he met her at a charity gala.
My husband is leaving his personal savings …to his mother! What should I do?
‘I’m so frustrated that we don’t have a will that I’m almost ready to write my own without him.’
Here’s the No. 1 highest paid, most in-demand job in every U.S. state
The worst paid profession improves the quality of life of millions of Americans and their elderly family members.
I earn twice my husband’s salary and pay all the bills — now he hides all his savings
‘I am starting to worry because we are almost 50 and have a 16-year-old child who is about to go to college.’
Why the best person to turn to for money advice may be a psychotherapist
Starting this year, it will be possible to be officially certified as a financial therapist.
3 things NOT to do with your savings now that the Fed has cut interest rates
Already, the Fed’s rate cut has affected banks’ decision-making.
I saved $1 million for retirement without an adviser and I’m only in my 40s — yet I spend my waking hours worrying
‘By the time we retire in early 2027, we should have about $2 million in investments.’
My sister-in-law is a greedy, gold-digging, woman — it floored me that men could be so stupid
This letter writer is embarking on an around-the-world trip with her husband and is afraid that her relative will insinuate herself into her daughter’s life while she’s gone.
Here are the most generous tippers in America
A new study says some people are Grinches when it comes to adding that 20%. Do you fit that bill?
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
Trump attacks Biden as he defends controversial call with Ukrainian president
President Donald Trump attacks Joe Biden as he defends his discussion with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, a conversation that has come under heavy scrutiny and is overshadowing Trump’s visit to the United Nations.
This one document may have just changed Corporate America forever
The Business Roundtable’s new statement of purpose offers companies a huge opportunity, writes leadership expert John Kotter.
President Trump has committed treason and ought to consider resigning now, says Republican challenger Bill Weld
Former Massachusetts Governor and GOP presidential candidate Bill Weld didn’t hold back on his assessment of Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.
New York Fed president defends his bank from criticism over the way it handled turmoil in money market
New York Fed President John Williams defended the way his bank handled turmoil in the money-markets last week. His predecessor William Dudley also came to his defense.
Greta Thunberg to climate-focused UN: ‘You have stolen my childhood… with empty words’
Teenage Swedish climate-change activist Greta Thunberg urges the U.N. General Assembly to move quickly, share the burden that young people feel.
Powell has started to push back on Trump, Dudley says
Former New York Fed President William Dudley says that he’s pleased that Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has started to push back on President Trump’s efforts to blame the central bank for the slowing economy.
These stocks could profit from the collapse of the package-holiday provider Thomas Cook
Watch how rivals Tui and Jet2 as well as On The Beach respond.
Hedge-fund billionaire raises cash to prepare for potential ‘market meltdown’
Two years ago, Paul Singer warned the global financial system was in bad shape and investors were facing the possibility of a big market drop. He raised billions then. And he’s raising billions now.
Are stocks putting in a top? Here’s why that would be ‘very unusual’ right now
Bears contend the stock market’s largely sideways action over the last year signals a top may already be in. But that would be out of keeping with recent history, says one economist.