The Democratic front-runner maintains a 12-point lead over the Republican candidate nationally, while tying with Bush and Walker.
Donald Trump likes to say he's the only one of the 17 Republican presidential candidates who can beat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, but a new poll from Quinnipiac University suggests that job may be better suited to one of Trump's rivals.
The real estate mogul gets support from just 36 percent of registered voters nationwide in a hypothetical match-up against Clinton, while the former secretary of...Read more
After Paul Minton graduated from college, he worked as a waiter, but always felt he should do more.
So Mr. Minton, a 26-year-old math major, took a three-month course in computer programming and data analysis. As a waiter, he made $20,000 a year. His starting salary last year as a data scientist at a web start-up here was more than $100,000.
“Six figures, right off the bat,” Mr. Minton said. “To me, it was astonishing.”
Stories like his...Read more
When a financial executive refuses to answer basic questions about personal finance, you know he's in trouble.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Tuesday embarrassed Primerica President Peter Schneider, who Senate Republicans had invited to testify against a new regulation designed to protect retirement savings from dodgy investment managers. The Obama administration estimates that Americans lose $17 billion a year from investment professionals who manage retirement accounts by prioritizing their own financial interests over those of their...Read more
Honda Motor Co.’s auto finance unit will pay out $24 million in compensation to minority borrowers after the federal government said the car maker charged African-American, Hispanic and Asian borrowers higher interest rates on car loans than it did for whites — even if their credit was good.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Honda’s HMC, +1.10% past practices resulted in thousands of African-American, Hispanic, and Asian and Pacific Islander borrowers paying higher interest rates than white borrowers...Read more
Teaching young adults responsibility — and showing them that responsibility can have financial benefits — pays off in the long run by cultivating a solid work ethic. That’s the thinking behind a new multi-company initiative spearheaded by Starbucks. The Wall Street Journal reports that Starbucks, along with major corporations such as Walmart, Microsoft, Lyft, JPMorgan Chase, Yum Brands, Macy’s, Alaska Air Group and others, have pledged to hire 100,000 “opportunity youth” – otherwise known as, low-income,...Read more
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The rate of uninsured Americans continued to drop in the second quarter of 2015, according to a new Gallup survey. The decline is evidence of lasting improvement following a sharp first-quarter drop, thanks to the Affordable Care Act. The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index poll, published Friday, found the uninsured rate fell to 11.4 percent, down from 11.9 percent in the first quarter and the lowest rate recorded since Gallup began daily tracking of the figure in 2008.
Gallup pointed to...Read more