The K@W Network:
Hopes have receded for a steady recovery of South Africa’s fragile economy with the downgrade earlier this month of the country’s credit rating to junk status.
Even middle-class Americans are now tapping payday lenders because they cannot make ends meet. A new book explains why.
Delaware is testing the application of blockchain technology that could transform Wall Street’s "plumbing," experts say.
There is wide agreement that U.S. tax codes need modernizing. A collection of articles by top tax experts offers a starting point for thinking about reforms.
The much-awaited meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping got off to a warm start last week -- although several tough questions remain unanswered.
An overlooked health crisis among working-class, middle-age whites in the U.S. has led to a sharp spike in mortality rates not seen in other groups or other rich countries. Why?
With many baby-boomers closing in on the age at which they are required to take disbursements from their retirement accounts, more financial education is needed, says Wharton’s Olivia Mitchell.
Credit card reforms in Israel promise to open up the market to new entrants to boost competition and benefit consumers. But will they work?
Now that the GOP is in charge of Congress and the White House, the future of financial regulation -- particularly, the Dodd-Frank Act -- is unclear.
Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb says the death of actively managed funds is "overstated." But the future is lower costs, even for active funds.