Why Employers Are Offering Financial Wellness Programs
You already know your boss wants to help you lose weight and improve your vital signs, through one of the workplace wellness programs that more than 90 percent of big employers now offer. Now are you ready for the new kind of wellness in the workplace? Bank of America , Capital One , J.P. Morgan
NY Mets Take Game 3 Over Dodgers Amid Chase Utley Slide Controversy
Utley awaits suspension appeal ruling for his hard slide that broke the leg of Mets' infielder Ruben Tejada.
Florida Man's Rescue From Rip Current Caught on Video
Rip current swept Shawn Huffman nearly 200 yards from the shore in a matter of minutes.
Happy National Puppy Day! Brothers Get Dream Dog
The Farruggio family surprises their sons with an adopted puppy live on "GMA."
Walgreens Moves Employees to Private Health Exchange
More than 160,000 Walgreen employees will get employer-sponsored health insurance coverage next year through a private health exchange that will enroll a total of 600,000 employees and their families from U.S. corporations. Walgreens announced it's providing eligible employees through a marketplace
More Companies Adding In-House Medical Clinics
Next time you hear about corporate America being bled white by the high cost of employee healthcare, consider this: For every $1 that HanesBrands of Winston-Salem, N.C., spends on providing its employees an in-house clinic, it gets back $1.40 in savings. It gets those savings, despite the fact that
8 Things That Will Cost More in 2013
Happy New Year! Your life just got more expensive. While congress frets over the looming fiscal cliff and taxpayers brace themselves for higher tax rates, consumers should prepare for certain goods to become pricier in 2013. Groceries, fuel-efficient cars, and health care are all expected to get...
Christmas-Inspired Hairstyles Help Celebrate Holiday Season
Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
401(k) Loan Defaults Skyrocket
More and more Americans are borrowing from their 401(k)s to pay their bills, but fewer are putting any money back. Result: They are defaulting on loans made to themselves with their own money. A new study estimates that such defaults might total $37 billion a year, a sharp increase from 2007, when
Sears Chief, Other CEOs Continue High-Flying Ways
It's good to be the king--or in this case, CEO of Sears. At the same time the troubled retailer is shutting stores and laying off "associates," it is paying $800,000 a year to waft Chief Executive Louis J. D'Ambrosio between Philadelphia, where he lives, and Chicago, where he works, by private jet.