Gas Prices Won’t Stop Fall Travel
Gas Prices Won’t Stop Fall Travel
on August 29, 2012

A new survey says most people are planning multiple leisure trips for the fall.

No, Your Baby CAN’T Read
No, Your Baby CAN’T Read
on August 29, 2012

A baby reading program accused of false advertising will settle with the FTC for $185 million.

Walking Lowers Cigarette Cravings
Walking Lowers Cigarette Cravings
on August 29, 2012

Medical researchers found exercise temporarily reduces the craving to smoke.

Few Expect Holiday Bonuses
Few Expect Holiday Bonuses
on August 29, 2012

A majority of employees would be pleasantly surprised by a $25 gift card.

How Many Credit Scores Do You REALLY Have?
How Many Credit Scores Do You REALLY Have?
on August 29, 2012

You could have as many as 49 different credit scores. And the one you pay for may not be the same as the one a lender uses to judge your creditworthiness.

54.5 Miles Per Gallon Is The New Standard
54.5 Miles Per Gallon Is The New Standard
on August 28, 2012

By 2025, new cars and trucks will have to raise their average fuel efficiency to this level.

Wells Fargo Employee Fired Over 10 Cents
Wells Fargo Employee Fired Over 10 Cents
on August 28, 2012

A 68-year-old bank customer service rep was fired for something he did in 1963.

Safest and Most Dangerous Cities for Driving
Safest and Most Dangerous Cities for Driving
on August 28, 2012

In Allstate’s latest annual list, Sioux Falls is safest and Washington, D.C., is most dangerous.

More Teens Getting Plastic Surgery
More Teens Getting Plastic Surgery
on August 28, 2012

Five percent more teens got cosmetic surgery in 2011 than in 2010.

Americans Say: More Ethnic Food, Please
Americans Say: More Ethnic Food, Please
on August 28, 2012

Few consumers are satisfied with the ethnic cuisine offered at chain restaurants.

No More American-made Mazdas
No More American-made Mazdas
on August 27, 2012

As of Friday, Mazda split ways with Ford after decades of partnership – and set up shop in Mexico.

Cheapest and Priciest Labor Day Hotels
Cheapest and Priciest Labor Day Hotels
on August 27, 2012

Rates in some cities practically double, while others are cheaper than usual.

Families Finding Ways to Spend Less on College
Families Finding Ways to Spend Less on College
on August 27, 2012

Bad economy? Rising tuition? Fewer scholarships? Some families have found savings despite all that.

Women CEOs Among World’s Most Powerful
Women CEOs Among World’s Most Powerful
on August 27, 2012

Did you know the CEOs of Sam’s Club, Pepsi, and IBM are women?

Some People Really Hate Cleaning the House
Some People Really Hate Cleaning the House
on August 27, 2012

A new survey finds many people lie about cleaning habits and hide their messes.

Fun Facts About Young Workers
Fun Facts About Young Workers
on August 24, 2012

A big new study names the best cities and companies to work in, along with overplayed skills, common college majors, and other fun facts.

Government Sells AIG Assets for $18B Profit
Government Sells AIG Assets for $18B Profit
on August 24, 2012

The U.S. Federal Reserve is done with AIG, but the U.S. Treasury still holds a majority of its stock for now.

People More Happy With Credit Cards
People More Happy With Credit Cards
on August 24, 2012

Satisfaction is at a six-year high, thanks mainly to card companies fixing problems more quickly.

How to Get Kids to Eat Fruits and Veggies
How to Get Kids to Eat Fruits and Veggies
on August 24, 2012

Researchers have discovered a new strategy for healthy eating: exploiting cartoon characters.

Churches Taking Credit Cards
Churches Taking Credit Cards
on August 24, 2012

Some things in life are priceless. For everything else, including your place of worship, there’s MasterCard. Visa is OK, too.

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