Southern California BBB Sold Good Business Ratings
Southern California BBB Sold Good Business Ratings
on March 19, 2013

A chapter of the Better Business Bureau has been kicked to the curb after the national organization discovered it was taking money in exchange for better rankings.

Study: An Active Lifestyle Is As Good as the Gym
Study: An Active Lifestyle Is As Good as the Gym
on March 18, 2013

Researchers found people who exercise naturally tend to work out more than people going to the gym, and even a few minutes of exercise has a positive effect.

Chelsea Clinton: Living Large in Manhattan
Chelsea Clinton: Living Large in Manhattan
on March 18, 2013

It has six and a half bathrooms and cost more than $10 million.

The Vatican Deficit-Spends Too
The Vatican Deficit-Spends Too
on March 18, 2013

In 2011, the Holy See saw a $19 million budget gap. Will the Pope of the poor fix it and other financial problems?

12 Ways Skimping Now Can Blow Up in Your Face Later
12 Ways Skimping Now Can Blow Up in Your Face Later
on March 18, 2013

Smart spending is obviously a good idea. But can there be too much of a good thing?

Consumer Watchdog Eyeing Student Loan Business
Consumer Watchdog Eyeing Student Loan Business
on March 15, 2013

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to take a role in overseeing student loan companies to make sure borrowers are treated fairly.

Chinese Firm Investing Big In U.S. Natural Gas
Chinese Firm Investing Big In U.S. Natural Gas
on March 15, 2013

ENN Group is muscling into the American energy market with $50 million for trucker gas stations this year. It already has a big investment in solar, too.

Think Before Paying Taxes With a Credit Card
Think Before Paying Taxes With a Credit Card
on March 15, 2013

The IRS doesn’t care how you pay, and the fees can be high.

Expert: The Economy Is Picking Up Steam
Expert: The Economy Is Picking Up Steam
on March 14, 2013

JP Morgan chief U.S. economist Michael Feroli says the second half of 2013 should bring more economic momentum.

Wind Energy is Blowing Away Nuclear
Wind Energy is Blowing Away Nuclear
on March 14, 2013

The nuclear industry provides 19 percent of American electricity. Wind provides just 3.4 percent, but gaining ground is proving to be a breeze.

FDA: Forcing Calorie Counts on Menus Will Take a While Longer
FDA: Forcing Calorie Counts on Menus Will Take a While Longer
on March 14, 2013

The government agency says creating a new menu-labeling law “has gotten extremely thorny.” Grocery and convenience stores are the thorns.

Celebrity Credit Reports Posted Online
Celebrity Credit Reports Posted Online
on March 13, 2013

Hackers now probably know the credit scores of everybody from Michelle Obama to Beyonce and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Despite Job Cuts and Losses, Bankers Are Paying Themselves More
Despite Job Cuts and Losses, Bankers Are Paying Themselves More
on March 13, 2013

A new report says despite 93,000 job cuts, top banks spent billions more on their people last year.

Return of the Twinkie
Return of the Twinkie
on March 13, 2013

Everyone’s favorite creamy sponge cake will return to shelves soon.

Shopping for a Loan or Savings Account? Beware Online Rate Searches
Shopping for a Loan or Savings Account? Beware Online Rate Searches
on March 13, 2013

A percentage point difference on a mortgage rate could mean tens of thousands. That’s why it’s important to use online rate searches – but not until you understand how they work.

2 Million People Quit Their Jobs Every Month
2 Million People Quit Their Jobs Every Month
on March 12, 2013

Even with unemployment near 8 percent, many people just can’t stand where they work.

How Companies Are Limiting Your Ability to Sue
How Companies Are Limiting Your Ability to Sue
on March 12, 2013

You probably haven’t noticed, but in the past couple of years, Sony, Microsoft and Netflix have all change the rules to keep you from joining a class-action lawsuit.

Do You Live in the Fattest State?
Do You Live in the Fattest State?
on March 12, 2013

More than 1.8 million people live in the state with the highest obesity rate. One out of every three adults there is seriously overweight.

Google Glass Already Being Banned In Some Places
Google Glass Already Being Banned In Some Places
on March 11, 2013

The tech company’s eye-catching eyewear isn’t even for sale yet, but that isn’t stopping at least one business from rejecting it.

Scammers Now Accept Prepaid Cards
Scammers Now Accept Prepaid Cards
on March 11, 2013

The ripoffs are the same old deal, but now MoneyPak is an acceptable method to part you from your money.

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