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On a per-dollar basis, how are American drivers doing compared to motorists of previous generations? The answer may surprise you.
Many Americans, in debt themselves, are struggling even more as they provide monetary support to their adult children and other family members.
Amid a storm of protest that the ad was sexist, Bic South Africa retracted the post and issued an apology.
A San Diego woman may have to pay more than $15,000 for renting rooms through home-sharing website Airbnb despite a city order to cease operations.
NBCUniversal says it is investing $200 million in digital media company Vox Media, which owns popular sites such as food blog Eater, the sports-focused SB Nation and the tech blog Re/code.
The future of free-wheeling automated yard work took a step closer to American consumers on Wednesday after U.S. regulators gave robot maker iRobot Co
While millennials dream of starting businesses, student loan debt is preventing many from doing so. Fortunately, some new approaches show promise.
A data broker sold payday loan applicants' financial information to scammers, who took in millions through unauthorized charges, the FTC says.
Some experts say that simply changing details of Social Security's benefits statement could change when people file and help them make wise decisions.
Amid contract talks with the UAW, Ford says it will shift production of a heavy-duty version of its F-Series pickups from Mexico to a plant in Ohio.
Consumer Reports is out with its list of the best and worst industries and companies for customer service.
The Indian government has filed a class action suit for $99 million against Nestle's Indian unit on behalf of the country's consumers
Fast food giant McDonald's has quietly made a change to one its most popular items: the Quarter Pounder.
Kraft Heinz says it is cutting about 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to slash costs after the food companies combined.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump took a swipe at China over the country's recent currency devaluation.
The central bank said the 1.9 percent decline in the Yuan Wednesday was due to changes aimed at making the currency more market-oriented.
Struggling teen apparel retailer American Apparel Inc. said Tuesday it does not expect to have sufficient funds to operate for the next 12 months.