Collectively, the fires destroyed or damaged more than 20,000 structures, with the vast majority in and around Paradise. On Tuesday, state and federal authorities estimated it will cost at least $3 billion just to clear debris.
By Philip Moeller
The ideal retirement plan is to have enough guaranteed money coming in every month to pay for necessary expenses such as housing and food, writes Phil Moeller.
By Gretchen Frazee
U.S. aluminum production is expected to increase 67 percent between 2017 and the end of this year because of increased investment in the industry, according to a recent report.
By Juliet Linderman, Associated Press
The legislation sets federal agricultural and food policy for five years and provides more than $400 billion in farm subsidies, conservation programs and food aid for the poor.
By Nick Corcodilos
No headhunter, no career coach, no counselor, no HR manager, and certainly no job board can deliver the security that you get with a contract.
By Tanja Hester
When you focus on what you value most about the holidays, it’s far easier to moderate your spending, writes Tanja Hester who subscribes to a frugal lifestyle.
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
The Labor Department said Monday that the number of job openings increased 1.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted 7.1 million.
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
China’s export growth sank in November as global demand weakened, adding to pressure on Beijing ahead of trade talks with Washington.
By Victoria Pasquantonio
A new curriculum aims to instill in young people a love of flying, which could be key to driving more skilled workers into the field.
By Jeffrey Brown
Only 1 in 20 college degrees awarded today are in the humanities or liberal arts, as a perception persists that these fields don't provide marketable skills for students entering the workforce. But is this theory true? For our Future of…
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