This summer, vacationers are finding more places than ever allowing pets. But do you really want Fido hovering over your foie gras?
Does the high-speed world of day trading have anything to teach hands-on investors? A new book takes an inside look at today's professional stock traders.
Our heart-to-heart on why it costs so much and takes so long to get out of wedlock.
Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Dahl discusses the July issue.
Arends: How the Occupy Wall Street crowd can profit from the wealthy's fancy taste.
Regardless of whether the Fed ends its bond-buying program this summer, experts say, investors need to prepare for rising rates.
Analysts say the health care sector is rife with opportunities, regardless of what happens to the reform law in the courts.
While other airlines are cutting flights, JetBlue is adding destinations. CEO Dave Barger talks about the carrier's pricey strategy.
The stock markets are jittery as investors eye the turmoil in Europe. We asked the pros what to do next.
I'd like to avoid bonds because of their current low yields and interest-rate risk. What are some good, inflation-hedging alternatives to consider?
Even though Treasurys are paying next to nothing, investors don't have to go completely into the stock market to search for income.
Hough: Contrary to the theories, investors can reach for safety and returns at the same time.
The values of many ETFs and the investments they hold don't match up.
Spending on flights, hotel rooms and more is way up. Two investment options: Go with the crowd or venture where few have gone before.
Around 750 firms took TARP money during the financial crisis. Here's a look at how investors should treat a few of them.
Fed up with "gotcha" fees, people are ditching their banks in record numbers. How to tackle the maddening process of moving your money.
Lured by huge incentives, doctors are rushing to digitize your medical files. The move, though, might have some nasty side effects for patients.
Machan: On a recent trip to Beijing and Shanghai, we met with entrepreneurs who were adamant they wouldn't be anywhere else.
I have a federal student loan with an 8.5 percent interest rate. Should I pay it off now or consolidate all my debt after I graduate?
I'd like to suggest a low-cost 401(k) plan to my employer. How can I find options?
Even as the auto industry improves, convertible sales have stalled. Could the drop-top be headed for the big parking lot in the sky?
Camping trips go from roughing it to room service.
Kadet: Someday, your "online-influence score" could affect the prices you pay, who you date -- even whether you get a job.
The catch? It's attached to a foosball table.
Which stocks will shine? Jack Hough searches the markets for clues that point to tomorrow's top performers.
From credit cards and charitable giving to online dating and the hunt for discontinued products, Anne Kadet takes an offbeat look at consumer behavior, customer service and marketing trends.
Small businesses are the engine of the economy; Dyan Machan finds out what kind of fuel makes them go. Innovation, strategy and tips for start-up entrepreneurs, in Smart Ideas.
For a growing number of baby boomers, there is no more pressing financial issue than retirement. Glenn Ruffenach looks at strategies, ideas and tools to help prepare for, and make the most of, life after 50.
If you think personal finance is all about math skills and timing, your brain has a surprise for you. Wall Street Journal editor Ryan Sager explores the intersection of psychology and investing in Money & Your Mind.