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First comes love ... then comes a credit check.
Millions of Americans don't have credit scores. And while lenders typically steer clear of this group, it turns out they aren't always as risky as banks think.
Credit cards. Mortgages. Car loans. These are the types of things that typically come to mind when thinking about your credit. But a bad credit history can do more than ruin your chances of getting a loan or landing a great interest rate -- it can cost you a job.
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Turn heads as you blow by traffic in this roadster convertible from Mercedes.
CNNMoney looks at the five states with the biggest differences in middle class incomes.
These valuable classic muscle cars were seized as part of a money laundering plea deal.
This bare-bones Italian supercar drops pretty much everything not needed for driving fast.
America's workplace got safer last year. But these workers were still at a much higher risk of fatal injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
These designers are changing the way we dress, accessorize and shop, from custom made-to-fit dresses to smart jewelry that's actually stylish.
Graduates with bachelor's degrees from these U.S. colleges earn some of the highest salaries in the country, according to a report from PayScale.
The new Mercedes AMG GT takes serious aim at the market for two-door sports cars.