U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against wireless carrier Sprint over unauthorized charges on customers' cellphone bill.
Don't be so quick to turn down that store credit card offer. Some can offer more valuable rewards than the best cash-back cards.
Much worse things than will actually happen have been priced into Russian equities, says ETF specialist Tom Lydon. Ripe for the picking?
Secret discussions between the U.S. and Cuban officials happened in Canada and the Vatican and included personal involvement by Pope Francis.
The Russian currency crisis could turn into a broader economic crisis that could spill over to key emerging markets, Charles Dallara said.
Few U.S. companies have a big exposure to the Russian ruble's ongoing collapse.
Pulte Homes is rushing to build more so-called active adult communities catering to baby boomers, many who still work full time.
Mohamed El-Erian, former co-CEO and co-CIO at Pimco, believes the Fed will remove the "considerable period of time" phrase on interest rates.
The president is set to announce a wide range of changes to the government's policy toward Cuba, according to a report.
The mounting cost of legal education may be a key factor that's driving down the rate of law school enrollment, reports the New York Times.
The currency crisis in Russia this week has thrust the talk of "capital controls" back into the global financial conversation.
Two strains of avian influenza have been confirmed in wild birds in Washington state but there is no immediate cause for public health concerns.
The US government is opening up to Cuba. Here are pictures of life in Havana, and what changes the country has been undergoing.
Hulu's former CEO, Jason Kilar, announced a new online video venture named Vessel.
The Queen's Christmas speech this year could be one to watch out for, as gamblers place bets on whether she will abdicate her role.
Oil’s sudden decline is the latest Fed-induced bubble to pop, and stocks and real estate could follow, says Euro Pacific Capital’s Peter Schiff.
The military pays far more than civilians because of operations and safety and transport.
As many as 15 people were injured on Tuesday after an American Airlines flight from Seoul to Dallas-Fort Worth was diverted because of severe turbulence.
Investors should look for softer rhetoric on Ukraine from Russian President Vladimir Putin and for signs of a bounce, said Christopher Granville.