Dropbox IPO kicks off — and 7 other money stories you may have missed this week

Dropbox stock is now trading publicly, but there's plenty more investor and consumer news that affect your money from this week. Here's what to know about tariffs, data leaks, recalls and more.

Can you trust your financial adviser? The 3 best questions to ask before hiring a professional

The world of financial designations is full of fraud, as almost anyone can call themselves a financial planner. Here are three questions to ask before you pay someone for independent, unbiased advice.

17 jobs with high pay that don't require graduate school

Grad-school-optional, high-earning jobs.

Everything I Learned at College I Could Have Purchased At the iTunes Store For $9.99

Life hack: don't spend $200,000 on college when its most important lessons can be found at the iTunes store for a signficantly better price.

10 Ways You Know You Won Senior Spring

Did you make the most of your last days before you were forced into the real world?

9 Things Every College Student Should Do At Least Once Before Graduation

Hey kids, don't you dare throw your cap in the air without doing these nine things. They are important.


Financial Advice for Millennials: Invest Now, Thank Yourself Later

Our generation is financially in a worse place than our predecessors, plain and simple. This creates an interesting problem for our generation, but there is a solution at hand.

Metropolitan Opera Review: A Failed Aria in Un Ballo in Maschera is No Laughing Matter

When sharing a stage with the Metropolitan Opera choir, the singers bringing "Un Ballo in Maschera" to life needed to deliver a strong performance. With one very notable exception, they did.

How to Tune Out the Propaganda and Decide Who You Really Want to Vote For

In Part 1, we discussed resources for candidate information and voter education. Here's more advice for clearing your mind to sort through the avalanche of political information.

Joe Biden Gay Marriage Remarks Kick Off the Most Important Issue in 2012

2012 will see reinforced White House views on LGBT human rights, growing national turmoil over same-gender marriage, Mitt Romney’s failure to stand up to right-wing evangelicals.