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Walmart has suspended a program that gives first-time shoplifters a chance to pay instead of face potential prosecution.
Shoppers should worry about whether a gift card will become worthless if it involves a retailer that filed for bankruptcy protection, USA Today reports.
Student debt in America now outweighs all auto and credit card debt.
U.S. consumer sentiment fell more than expected in the December mid-month reading, according to a University of Michigan survey.
This tax reform package could make Reagan reforms "look small," says Jack Bouroudjian.
Sinclair Broadcast Group announced Friday it will pay a one time $1,000 bonus to nearly 9,000 of its employees.
Steelworkers thought they would see a new dawn for their industry. But the president’s pledge to do something has actually done more harm than good.
This year there was a reduced enrollment season, and cuts to outreach budgets by the Trump administration.
Two big chains, one known for apparel and the other for toys, are pushing the last-minute shopping envelope to its limit, USA Today reports.
New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods fell in November after four straight months of increases.
This will melt your heart.
Credit Suisse and Canaccord Genuity joined a growing list of top Wall Street banks that have raised stock market targets after GOP tax cuts.
The billionaire tech founder has a penchant for fast cars.
U.S. consumer spending accelerated in November amid an increase in demand for recreational goods and utilities.
China is using sovereign debt to gain political leverage over developing countries, according to Brahma Chellaney from the Center for Policy Research.
"It's everybody's problem."
Some industries may see serious growth in the new year.
Anyone can use this strategy to save big in 2018.
Memories last a lifetime, so here are some experiences you can gift this holiday season.
The traditional seven-day Santa rally period could be positive this year, as investors position for tax bill winners and losers.