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Median CEO pay inched up 9% in 2013 to $13.9 million. But not everyone got a bump last year. Here are eight CEOs who missed out.
From industrial supplies to educational software, Amazon is about more than just retail and books.
From massages and paper shredding to cookies and queso, celebrate the end of tax season with these Tax Day freebies and discounts.
Ford's Alan Mulally earned some $23.2 million last year. But that's only about a third of the $78.4 million Oracle's Larry Ellison made. What other CEOs took home big bucks?
It's finally time to put the top down. Here are our 10 favorite rides for the warmer months to come.
The most effective co-founders pair vision with fortitude to launch a business. Here are some of the best examples through the years.
You don't need compliance from colleagues and subordinates. You need ideas, willing collaboration, and participation.
For GoDaddy, the aughts and beyond were nothing but n aughty. Here, some of its most notorious ad spots -- and one example of its new approach.
Collaboration has never been more important in business. Meet six teams that know how to work together.
From paying off student loans to hosting a crawfish boil in New Orleans, here's how six people are using this year's tax refund from the IRS.
Don't delay your refund by making these common mistakes on your tax return.
New technologies have doubled the speed of the Internet and tripled Wi-Fi speeds.
Tuition and student debt levels are soaring. So which schools provide the best return on your investment? These six topped Payscale's list.
It's hard to predict what businesses will take off, but these startup ideas have been drawing tons of interest from entrepreneurs and their customers on Thumbtack.com.
Six Americans share their success stories after being unemployed for months.
Research firm Universum surveys university students in China each year to see where they most want to work. These are the dream employers for students in six different areas of study.
These six househunters have been looking to buy a home in their city for months, or even years, only to be outbid.
The Last Mile, a tech incubator at San Quentin State Prison, allows a select group of inmates to form startup ideas and pitch them to venture capitalists.
How much money do you need to feel rich? What are your biggest money mistakes? Money magazine surveyed 1,000 Americans for the answers to these and other questions. See how your answers stack up.
Many enrollees are thankful for Obamacare coverage. CNNMoney looks at some of the success stories.
Whether it's an oil boom or an influx of tech jobs, the populations of these 10 cities grew faster than in any other major metro area between July 2012 and July 2013, according to data from the Census Bureau.
From hermit crab food and Viagra to a toupee and scuba trips, taxpayers (try to) deduct the wildest things.
A record 24,000 video game developers from start-ups to established publishers made the annual trek to San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference. These 5 games stood out from the crowd.
These ex-employees were convicted of helping Bernard Madoff pull off his $20 billion scam -- the largest in history.
Participants in an exclusive Money magazine survey reveal how they feel about their finances. Although the Great Recession may be over, they're not all that confident about their prospects for the long run.
From the notorious to the merely hapless, we give some special recognition to 10 decision-makers you probably ought not to follow.
Serving as White House correspondent, co-host of Today, and anchor of NBC's nightly newscast for 22 years, Tom Brokaw has been a trusted herald for millions of Americans.
In an era that feels starved for leadership, we've found men and women who will inspire you -- some famous, others little known, all of them energizing their followers and making the world better.
Leadership is often described as a lonely and solitary pursuit, but that's not always the case. Here are just a few dynamic duos?some married, some just partners in crime?that prove there can be room for two at the top. (Ranks for those who also appear on Fortune's "World's 50 Greatest Leaders" list are shown in parentheses.)
From warzones to end zones, casinos to high school gyms, these fictitious leaders rallied and inspired their troops to beat the odds. (Note: these are fictional leaders only. Characters based on real people -- think Norma Rae and William Wallace -- were disqualified.)
I had hopes that the world's most popular car would, once again, be something great. Sorry, but it's not.
To keep your tax bill as low as possible this filing season, you need to stay on top of all the ways the rules have changed.
From flying to the Dominican Republic to hiring a private judge, some couples are finding new and creative ways to get divorced.
From being too charitable to claiming the home office deduction, beware these tax audit red flags.
Eat your way through these four fantastic food towns, wallet intact. Your waistline is another matter. Plus, tips on avoiding foodie faux pas.
From fewer police to cuts in healthcare benefits and monthly pension checks, Detroit's workers, retirees and residents share how their lives have been changed by the largest municipal bankruptcy in history.
These 10 industries are frequently investigated by the Department of Labor for overtime pay violations.
The Pentagon is shrinking the Army to its pre-World War II size. The brunt of overall Defense cuts is being felt by military families. Housing allowance and pay raise cuts only make it worse. 5 military wives share their stories, in their own words, edited for clarity.
Seven faces transforming the way we drive today.
A collection of 265 rare guitars will go on auction in a few weeks -- including one allegedly strummed by Stephen Stills and others that true connoisseurs consider holy relics. Here's an early look at some of the highlights.
3,000 Americans around the world renounced their citizenship last year. Meet five U.S. citizens who have given up their passports -- or are thinking about it -- to escape an overly complicated tax code.
These are the cars that are the most fun to drive for less than $25,000, the experts at Kelley Blue Book say.
Remember how clunky websites were in the early to mid 1990s? Here's a look back at how Yahoo, IMDb and CNN.com looked when they first launched.
Some may never hit the U.S. market, but these vehicles show where the industry is headed.
These are some of the most striking cars that have rolled out at one of Europe's biggest automotive events.
The Obama administration was panned for its new healthcare portal, but some government sites get higher marks than Amazon and Apple.
Coming from the first annual Design and Construction Week in Las Vegas, here are five trends from today's homebuilding industry and a snapshot of what is to come.
After years of stagnation, the market for snowmobiles, boats, and ATVs is ready to hit the gas.
Despite rising home prices and climbing mortgage rates, it's still cheaper to buy a home than rent one in these 10 major cities, according to Trulia. Here's how much you'll save.
Collectors continue to smash records as their hunger for fine art drives prices sky-high.

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