Today, Arianna Huffington announced the launch of HuffPost Money, a section dedicated to looking at the big financial stories of our time, with an eye on answering the question: how do the day's headlines affect you and your finances?

HuffPost Money is founded on the understanding that many of the biggest stories of our time -- from foreclosures and the decline in American economic mobility to the payroll tax extension and the growing student loan debt -- have a direct influence on the way we live, spend, and save.

HuffPost Money is edited by Emily Cohn, who will report to Emily Peck, managing editor of HuffPost Business. To learn more about the launch read Arianna's blog post here.

AOL UK announced an enhanced version of its personal finance site, AOL Money, with a fully integrated price comparison hub in partnership with lovemoney.com and an investing platform powered by The Motley Fool.

As content continues to be the key driver of our strategy, we are enhancing AOL Money through these partnerships, providing users with tools to deliver a first in class web experience as well as giving brands the opportunity to interact with an even more engaged audience. With a focus on consumer advice, news-led features and the latest financial products, AOL Money now includes expanded editorial content and improved design and usability.

Learn more about this announcement here.