Scarlett Johansson Was the Highest Grossing Actor

Even without her own franchise.

4 Women with 4 Very Different Incomes Open Up...
From a single mother just above the poverty line to a real-estate mi…
These Are the Highest Paying Jobs in America

Get the paycheck you deserve, stat.

A CEO Just Took a 90% Pay Cut So He Could Give...
Imagine a magical place where the new minimum wage is $70,000.
Level the Paying Field
In 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, a landm…
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Are Men Who Make Less Money Less Sexy?
"Breadwinner wives" -- or women who outearn their husbands -- are becoming more and more common. 
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Mika Brzezinski Speaks: How Getting Fired Saved My Career
Before finding her place as co-host of MSNBC's Morning Joe, the correspondent was fired. She dissects her unlikely comeback.
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3 Questions to Consider Before Starting Over
Are you ready to change careers? Here are three things you should ask yourself before you make the jump.
Salary Report
In honor of Equal Pay Day (April 28), a look at how women are stacking up, salarywise.
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Salary Secrets and Lies
Dear Cubicle Coach: What's the best response when a recruiter asks in an interview how much money you make at your current job?
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How To Negotiate Anything
5 purchases you can and should haggle over.
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How To Negotiate a Pay Cut
My company says they like me but can't afford my salary anymore-they need me to take a 25 percent pay cut. Can they do this? Am I nuts …
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5 Ways to Find Out if You're Underpaid
If you think youre underpaid, youre not alone.
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The Smart Gal's Guide to Getting a Raise in a Recession
Talking money at work can be tricky these days.
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How to Score a Job That Pays Over $100K Annually
Only 5% or so of the nation pulls in over $100,000 a year.