• The top morning habits of successful people

    Nick Anderson, FamilyShare | Updated: Tue, Feb 2, 2016

    An infographic from HomeArena listed the morning habits of 23 successful people. Spending time with family and exercising were the top two most common habits.

  • Make your office a fun place to be, study says

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Fri, Jan 29, 2016

    A recent research report has found that fun workplaces will often be more productive. But is there such thing as too much fun?

  • Are you saving or hoarding your money?

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Sat, Jan 23, 2016

    With gas prices down, you may be tempted to pocket the extra money. Doing so may be bad for the economy, though.

  • Breastfeeding in the workplace isn’t easy for new moms

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Tue, Jan 26, 2016

    A firefighter's photo of her breastfeeding her baby has gone viral. Here's what that means for breastfeeding moms in the workplace.

  • Winter storm Jonas: Your loss is someone else’s gain

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Mon, Jan 25, 2016

    Not everyone is taking losses from devastating Winter Storm Jonas. Find out which industries have the most to gain from severe winter weather, and which have the most to lose.

  • Traditional retailers are closing stores, but are bricks and mortar the problem?

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Thu, Jan 21, 2016

    With Wal-Mart and other major retailers closing stores and laying employees off, Amazon continues to innovate with flying packages and data-driven stores.

  • Why work gives you a headache (Hint: it’s not your boss)

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Tue, Jan 19, 2016

    Ever wonder why sometimes you get a headache from work or you're suddenly tired? Blame the lights. All of them.

  • Controlled trial shows benefits of workplace flexibility

    Greg Kratz, Deseret News | Updated: Mon, Jan 18, 2016

    For the first time, a randomized controlled trial shows the positive effects of workplace flexibility on a company and its employees. And that's kind of a big deal.

  • Who has spent the most money on their campaign so far?

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Tue, Jan 19, 2016

    2016 is an election year. Here's what candidates have spent so far, and what they are expected to spend this year.

  • Winter home sales may not always be a chilly proposition

    Jeff Wuorio, Deseret News | Updated: Tue, Jan 12, 2016

    Buying or selling a home in winter has its own set of challenges. Here's how to get the best deal possible, no matter which side of the transaction you're on.

  • Gender inequality in the workplace goes beyond the "pay gap"

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Thu, Jan 14, 2016

    High-ranked women in tech companies are facing discrimination, decreased opportunity and even harassment. Find out how you can contribute to an equal work environment.

  • Work stress, anxiety on the rise worldwide, study shows

    Greg Kratz, Deseret News | Updated: Mon, Jan 11, 2016

    After two fun holiday weeks, I've jumped back into workday stress. That's not ideal, and I'm pretty sure many of you are in the same boat right now. What's more, according to some new data, the problem of work stress is growing around the world.

  • How true are Obama's claims about the economy?

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Wed, Jan 13, 2016

    In Tuesday's State of the Union address, Obama boasted great economic progress. We've looked at various sources checking his facts.

  • What to do after you lose the Powerball lottery

    Sam Turner, Deseret News | Updated: Wed, Jan 13, 2016

    Most Americans will lose in this week's Powerball drawing, yet they keep buying tickets. Read about what happens to those who lose the lottery and where all the money goes.

  • The best investment you can make right now is probably something your child plays with

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Thu, Jan 7, 2016

    A new report from The Telegraph has found that Legos can be a better investment than the stock market or gold. That's right. Legos.

  • Financial firsts: Know what kind of insurance you do and don't need

    Jeff Wuorio, Deseret News | Updated: Tue, Dec 29, 2015

    Knowing what sort of insurance you need can be confusing to an inexperienced shopper. Here's a helpful guide for young people buying insurance for the first time.

  • Financial firsts: Invest for retirement early and often

    Matthew Jelalian, Deseret News | Updated: Tue, Jan 5, 2016

    Thinking about investing your money for the future? Here's an explanation of the most basic type of investment and some ideas to keep in mind when looking at investing.

  • Financial firsts: Prepare for added expenses and a lot of joy with first baby

    Matthew Jelalian, Deseret News | Updated: Tue, Dec 29, 2015

    First-time parents can feel a lot of stress as they dive into parenting and all the expenses involved with it. It is especially hard when there is no good go-to rule for preparing for parenting. Here are six ideas to keep in mind for new parents.

  • Self-driving cars can save you lots of money, and here’s how

    Herb Scribner, FamilyShare | Updated: Tue, Jan 5, 2016

    Begun, the self-driving car wars have. And even if that's true, it may be a good thing, since self-driving cars can save people money.

  • US employers hire at robust pace, defying global trends

    By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER, Associated Press | Updated: Fri, Jan 8, 2016

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy is motoring ahead despite slowing global growth that caused upheavals in financial markets around the world this week. Employers added a robust 292,000 jobs last month, and the unemployment rate stayed low at 5 percent, the Labor Department said Friday. Job gains in the October-December quarter averaged 284,000, the best three-month increase since last January. The strong hiring underscores the resilience of the United States at a time of slow global growth and financial turmoil. Healthy consumer spending, modest gains in home construction and an uptick in government spending should offset drags from overseas and bolster growth this year, economists said. The report "immediately puts