Know The Employment Laws To Keep Teens Safe At Work This SummerSummer jobs are an opportunity for teens to learn about responsibility and personal finance, but the experience doesn't come without risk and employers and parents should understand the laws in this area to keep kids safe.
Feldman Report: Apple Takes A TumbleCheck a list of mutual funds that have Apple in the portfolio HERE.
Will Recent European Elections Mean Downturn For U.S. Stock Market?Companies all across the United States, especially here in Michigan, have a lot riding on what happens in Europe.
Funeral Services Today For Local Author Jeffrey ZaslowFriends and family will say their final goodbyes to best-selling author Jeffrey Zaslow.
Fed: Interest Rates Won't Rise Until At Least 2014The Federal Reserve, looking to provide a boost to a modestly growing economy, said Wednesday that it's unlikely to raise interest rates before late 2014.
Tough Year For Michigan Companies, InvestorsMurray Feldman says investors fled some Michigan companies in droves sending stock prices plummeting.
VIDEO: Fall 2011 Michigan Money SummitFinancial advice straight from the experts: Murray Feldman hosts the WWJ Newsradio 950's 2011 Fall Michigan Money Summit.
WWJ Michigan Money Summit: Get Free Financial AdviceNeed some financial advice? You can get it for free Saturday morning at the WWJ Michigan Money Summit.
103K Hired, Unemployment Stays At 9.1%After a sluggish summer, employers went on a hiring spree last month.
Michigan's July Jobless Rate Rises To 10.9 PercentMichigan says the state's unemployment rate hit 10.9 percent in July, up 0.4 points from June but still significantly below last July's 12.4 percent rate.
Fed To Investors: Interest Rates To Stay LowThe Federal Reserve says it will likely keep interest rates at record lows for the next two years after acknowledging that the economy is weaker than it had thought, with increasing risks.
House Approves Deal, What Could That Mean For Michigan?The House on Monday voted to approve a deal to raise the debt limit, voting 269-161 for a bill that would cut government spending by trillions and effectively raise the debt ceiling through the end of 2012.