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Whether or not you agree with Obamacare, most people can get behind the main goals: improve care and decrease cost. A league of doctors, engineers and entrepreneurs are bypassing the politics and relying on innovation to bring the next big answers in healthcare. They say it's not just going to lower healthcare costs - it's going to be a booming business.
Innovators show off prototypes and some devices already on the market that they hope will change healthcare.
Shopping trends data for Black Friday shopping at brick and mortar retail locations to Cyber Monday deals online.
Since NASA shut down its space exploration program, entrepreneurs have been racing to launch the next best idea.
Meet a super shopper who's had her elaborate Black Friday plan of attack down pat for months.
People are finally pumping money into their homes after the housing bust, shelling out big money to remodel their homes.
Why do some cities and states prosper more than others? Having a highly educated labor force is a good start.
As the hype over Twitter’s IPO fades, analysts are turning to the next crop of popular tech companies.
A new scholarship program is spreading around the country, proponents hope economic development will follow
Quantitative Easing will probably go down as one of the least understood terms to have come out of the Federal Reserve
Millions could have been dropped because of law's blind spot; president says they'll be given a year or more to sign up
We look at company that engages job seekers using a seemingly simple desktop video game
Many investors have already been trading shares of the little blue bird on what's called the secondary market
If you needed one more reason to fear technology taking over jobs once done by humans, scratch off financial adviser.
Real Money has compiled this handy guide to help you avoid oversights that could lower your credit score.
Many adjunct professors are struggling to make ends meet, and some are leaving academia
Real Money talks to MIT's Jose Gomez-Marquez, about how ordinary toy parts can help make medical prototypes.
Meet Tony Majka, aka Tony Detroit, a photographer who documents what he sees in and around his native Detroit.
Real Money takes a look into crowdfunding opportunities for beer makers.
Meet 23-year old Rondell Johnson, a baggage handler who gets by earning the federal minimum wage, $7.25 per hour.
The Federal Reserve is expected to announce it will begin to taper its quantitative easing program.
Richmond, California has attracted attention by proposing to help its underwater homeowners by using eminent domain.
Detroit's historic bankruptcy is throwing a harsh spotlight on the financial health of other American cities.
More than 50 million people have 401(k) plans that may incur fees that can cost thousands of dollars in lost savings.
According to a new report, the salary for American college and university Presidents jumped nearly 5% last year.
Veteran financial journalists Patricia Sabga, Duarte Geraldino and Stacey Tisdale will join the Real Money team.
Ali Velshi spoke about “Markets and Morality” at the Chautauqua Institute in New York. Read highlights from the speech.
Real Money with Ali Velshi examines economic issues Americans confront every day and delivers actionable solutions.
Local Florida leaders rejected the civil rights leader after he thanked Fidel Castro, Yaser Arafat and Moammar Ghadafi
In his live address, President Barack Obama reflected on Nelson Mandela's legacy