At a time when bank branches are disappearing by the hundreds, many folks don't seem to care.
Here are a few smart reasons to consider using credit cards over cash when shopping this holiday season. NBC News reports.
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher, as gains in oil prices and energy stocks helped offset an earlier decline following news of a downed Russian jet.
Low oil prices are leaving many oil and gas companies with difficult debt loads, causing them to default at an extraordinary rate.
A class action suit claims that FanDuel and DraftKings could not have succeeded had it not been for the help of the credit card industry.
The number of takeover deals worth $5 billion or more to a record 128 this year, according to Thomson Reuters data.
The online dating company Match Group had priced around $12 per share.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, despite European equities being under pressure on security concerns after Friday's attacks in Paris.
A simple, popular investment strategy that has beaten the market is not paying off this year.
Square's $6 billion valuation was clouded by terms that hand over added shares to investors post-IPO. This type of "ratchet" is gaining popularity.
Can Apple pull off a successful mobile payment system in an already crowded space?
Morgan Stanley plans to offer savings accounts and certificates of deposits next year to wring more profit from its wealth management clients.
The service would allow consumers to "zap" payments from their checking accounts to recipients through their Apple devices.
Online finance tools that help people manage everything from investing and saving are being cut adrift by banks. NBC News reports.
CNBC had all the latest from the Bank of England's Open Forum and brought you live updates of a speech by ECB chief Mario Draghi.
U.S. prosecutors unveiled criminal charges against three men, including the largest ever theft of customer data from a U.S. financial institution.
The surge in M&A this year has been driven in part by shareholder demands on CEOs, says David Solomon, co-head of investment banking at Goldman Sachs.
Thousands of registered investment advisors are required to report past criminal charges.
Khosla Ventures may be reap a big windfall on Square once the company goes public in an IPO.