Would You Pay to Browse a Store?
Would You Pay to Browse a Store?

on March 29, 2013

The owner of a small business in Australia is sick of people asking for help and never buying anything, so she made a new rule: You stay, you pay.

Does Your Neighborhood Make You Fat?
Does Your Neighborhood Make You Fat?

on March 28, 2013

Research suggests it can – but the right neighborhood layout can also encourage weight loss.

It’s Automakers’ Turn to Bail Out a Government
It’s Automakers’ Turn to Bail Out a Government

on March 28, 2013

They’re chipping in to an $8 million fund to help the city of Detroit get ambulances and police cars.

Home Values Jumping At Fastest Rate Since 2006
Home Values Jumping At Fastest Rate Since 2006

on March 28, 2013

Thinking of buying a home? They’re not getting any cheaper. .

Teen Tech Millionaire: Just Do It
Teen Tech Millionaire: Just Do It

on March 28, 2013

17-year-old Nick D’Aloisio, who just sold an app to Yahoo for a rumored $30 million, says you’re never too young for success.

Bill Gates Wants More Pleasurable Condoms
Bill Gates Wants More Pleasurable Condoms

on March 27, 2013

His philanthropic foundation will pay $100,000 for the best designs.

Government May Soon Allow Electronics on Planes
Government May Soon Allow Electronics on Planes

on March 26, 2013

We’re always told to shut off our devices for takeoff, but the Federal Aviation Administration seems ready to change the rules.

Young Adults Are Avoiding Credit Cards
Young Adults Are Avoiding Credit Cards

on March 26, 2013

The number of college kids using credit cards dropped 10 percentage points between 2010 and 2012.

Congress May Fight Overdraft Fees
Congress May Fight Overdraft Fees

on March 26, 2013

A new bill could place more restrictions on the way overdraft fees are charged and how much they cost consumers.

Who Has the Worst Retail Customer Service?
Who Has the Worst Retail Customer Service?

on March 25, 2013

The American Consumer Satisfaction Index says who treats customers most poorly.

Is Basketball Betting Legal?
Is Basketball Betting Legal?

on March 25, 2013

Office betting pools can get you fired, and in some states possibly arrested.

Sugary Drinks Linked to Thousands of Deaths Every Year
Sugary Drinks Linked to Thousands of Deaths Every Year

on March 25, 2013

New research shows the U.S. has the third-largest death rate from sugar-sweetened drinks.

How Do Store Brands Differ From Name Brands?
How Do Store Brands Differ From Name Brands?

on March 22, 2013

Store brands can be cheaper, healthier, and even made by the name-brand competitor.

Only Half of Americans Expect a Comfortable Retirement
Only Half of Americans Expect a Comfortable Retirement

on March 22, 2013

The rest of us worry a lot about how debt and job insecurity keep us from saving more, and we don’t do enough planning, according to a new survey.

Court Sides With Student In Textbook Case
Court Sides With Student In Textbook Case

on March 22, 2013

The Supreme Court said there’s nothing illegal about buying cheaper foreign editions and reselling them here.

Near-Record Wheat Crop Should Lower Prices
Near-Record Wheat Crop Should Lower Prices

on March 21, 2013

As wheat and corn crops recover from the worst drought since the 1930s, our wallets should too.

Freddie Mac Sues Big Banks Over Rate Rigging
Freddie Mac Sues Big Banks Over Rate Rigging

on March 21, 2013

Remember the LIBOR scandal? So does mortgage giant Freddie Mac, and it wants banks to pay.

Monster Beverage No Longer Has to Report Deaths to Government
Monster Beverage No Longer Has to Report Deaths to Government

on March 21, 2013

A simple category switch from dietary supplement to beverage means the company doesn’t have to disclose reports potentially linking Monster Energy to deaths or injuries.

Verizon and Cablevision Support Unbundling Channels You Don’t Care About
Verizon and Cablevision Support Unbundling Channels You Don’t Care About

on March 20, 2013

Two major cable providers finally agree with consumers who want to ditch and stop paying for channels they don’t watch.

In Massachusetts, Stores Can’t Ask For Your Zip Code
In Massachusetts, Stores Can’t Ask For Your Zip Code

on March 20, 2013

The State Supreme Court ruled a craft store broke the law by asking for zip codes at checkout to spam customers.

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