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Want a raise? Think your performance review was unfair? Here's how to broach five difficult topics with your boss, without hurting your career.
Gensler's power of three
The world's largest architecture and design firm features three CEOs -- all the better for collaboration.
Marriage and money: Our biggest mistake
Five couples reveal the worst financial mistakes they've made and what they've learned.
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Strategies for telling your adult child that you're no longer giving them financial support.
How to cut off the kids
Deciding how and when to stop supporting your children financially is an inevitability in most families.
Get a new car and keep a happy marriage
Car shopping can be stressful on a marriage and expose differences in a couple's values.
Meet the duo who created Angie's List
How Angela Hicks and Bill Oesterle created one of the web's most trusted sites for reviews of local services.
Is a neighbor hurting your home's value?
Next door annoyances - such as unkempt yards, foul odors and dangerous trees -- could reduce your home value by 5% or more. So what's your recourse?
How to talk about money before saying 'I do'
Many engaged couples put off discussing money issues, but experts say that's a major mistake that can derail a marriage. Here's how to start the conversation before saying "I do."
Get a co-worker to pick up the slack
Co-workers who don't do their fair share typically cost the rest of us an extra one to three hours a week at the office and hinder our performance. Here are some tips on turning things around.
How to deal with a lazy co-worker
Workers speak out on dealing with slacker employees that don't pull their weight in the office.
Make vacation pals pay their fair share
A vacation shared with friends or relatives can be the stuff of everlasting memories -- unless squabbles over finances turn close relationships into ancient history.
How do you split expenses with friends?
Going on vacation or to a restaurant with friends can turn into an awkward experience when it comes around to splitting the bill.
Doing business with friends
Entrepreneurs talk about the perks and perils of mixing small business and friendship.
Ben and Jerry: Ice cream's sweetest pair
In which two old friends from junior high launch an ice-cream empire, stay friends, sell the empire, and never stop working together.
Do you talk to your parents about money?
Money magazine's George Mannes takes to New York City's streets to find out how people broach the delicate subject of money with their aging parents.
What's your dream retirement?
Money magazine's George Mannes talks to people on the streets of New York City about their ideal retirement.
Early Facebook adviser on what's next
Serial entrepreneur Karl Jacob has a new startup, Hangtime, that tells you what your friends will be doing later, rather than what they're up to right now.
How to ask a pal or relative to pay you back
Five strategies for handling the difficult task of asking a friend to repay you.
AmEx CEO and Sheryl Sandberg on 'Lean In'
AmEx CEO Ken Chenault and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg say that informal relationships are key to developing a healthy business culture.
What men can learn from Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In
Facebook COO and
author Sheryl Sandberg chats with American Express CEO Ken Chenault.
KKR's dynamic dealmaking duo
Finance titans (and cousins) George Roberts and Henry Kravis explain their special relationship at KKR.
The Google Guys grow up but not apart
Over the years, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have each carved their own place within the company.
Why money and friends don't mix
Money Magazine's George Mannes talks to people on the streets of New York about their experiences lending money to friends.
Jawbone: A partnership for unique products
How Jawbone CEO Hosain Rahman and his top designer, Yves Behar, co-create
Ron Howard and Brian Grazer take on advertising
Coming to an ad space near you: Entertainment moguls Ron Howard and Brian Grazer are looking for new ways to tell stories through marketing.
How to tackle your spouse's overspending
Five tips on how to have a conversation with your spouse about spending and saving without starting World War III.
Couples sound off on spending
Couples shopping in New York's Herald Square say they don't always see face-to-face when it comes to spending.
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