Miss out on business news this week? Fret not. Here are FOXBusiness.com's ten most-read articles July 16th-July23rd:

1) Best and Worst College Degrees for 2010 Grads

As graduation season kicks into high gear, here is a look at the best and worst fields for 2010 graduates.

2) Ouch!10 Biggest Brand Nightmares of 2010

Using data from the two largest brand-valuations firms as a reference, 24/7 Wall St. chose 10 big-name brands operating in the U.S. that have lost substantial chunks of their brand valuations in the first half of this year.

3) June Existing Home Sales Drop 5.1%

The National Association of Realtors reported existing home sales dropped to a three-month low in June.

4) Despite Scandal, Tiger Still No. 1 in Earnings

Despite the sex scandal that dominated the media at the end of last year and in early 2010, Tiger Woods still ranks No. 1 in Sports Illustrated’s annual ranking of the 50 athletes with the fattest paychecks - for the seventh year in a row.

5) Avoid Falling Victim to a Speed Trap

Here are two radar detectors that not only attempt to give you a head's up on speed traps but also attempt to address the issue of red light cameras.

6) What New Regulations Mean for Your Credit Score

Here’s what you need to know about your credit score and the new regulations.

7) Dow Falls 260 On Disappointing Earnings

On Friday in New York, the Dow lost 261.41 points, or 2.52%, to 10097.90, the Standard & Poor's 500 lost 31.61 points, or 2.88%, to 1064.87 and the Nasdaq Composite lost 70.03 points, or 3.11%, to 2179.05. The FOX 50 dropped 22.04 points, or 2.76%, to 776.12.

8) Does Made in the U.S.A. Spell R.I.P?

More and more small businesses are looking to bring manufacturing back home to the U.S., but they are running into problems getting financing to make the move.

9) Obama Declares Montanta Disaster Area

President Obama declared a major disaster exists in the State of Montana and ordered Federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the area struck by severe storms and flooding which began June 15 and is still ongoing.

10) Rachel Maddow: MSNBC Voice Of Reason

Maddow, 37, is the voice of reason at MSNBC. Notable for their verbal brawn, the hosts of cable news shows often behave on air as if they're competing for a gold medal in preening

Compiled By Katy Finneran