Bricks-and-mortar stores lose out as e-commerce grows, but most retailers have now supplemented their shops with online businesses, the FT reports.
Realtor.com has released its year-end list of craziest places to live, from a pirate-themed mansions to a missile silo.
The yearlong average price of gasoline in 2014 will fall below $3.40 per gallon for the first time since 2010, GasBuddy's survey said.
Americans waited until the last minute to buy holiday gifts, but retailers weren't prepared for the spike.
Amazon is looking at the performance of delivery companies handling its orders after packages were left stranded this Christmas, the FT reports.
Saturday's loss in jobless benefits is bound to escalate the political battle. USA Today reports.
If your marriage is over, you’re a member of the jet set and earn less than your partner, London seems to be the place to get a generous settlement.
General Motors' China joint venture will recall close to 1.5 million vehicles due to potential safety issues.
The holidays are fun, but also a time of financial excess. Here is the cost of a poor credit rating, and how to fix it.
The end of emergency jobless benefits would be bad news for 1.3 million but actually could drop the unemployment rate.
High income earners might get an unwelcome surprise after New Year's. Here's how to deal with it.
StellaService, which rates retail customer service, scored sites on meeting promised delivery dates on holiday orders.
Thanks to a technical error some consumers were able to land round-trip tickets on Delta Air Lines for under $50.
A New York bakery is selling liquor-flavored doughnuts. CNBC did a taste test for Chew and Brew.
Six years later, why does it feel like the recession never really ended?
Volatility will likely pick up next year, Citigroup Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Tobias Levkovich says.
Americans received hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of gifts yesterday — and there's a good chance we don't want a lot of them.
Electric cars may be worth less compared to their original value over five years than conventionals. USA Today reports.
Those without electricity since last weekend's ice may not get their power back for another day — or longer.
The holiday season is synonymous with excess: a sharp uptick in gifts, eating and even trash, the Wall Street Journal reports.