Walmart, Starbucks and Microsoft are among more than a dozen companies ramping up efforts to bring teens into the workforce. Find out what these businesses will offer.
Don’t let the sticker price of college scare you away from getting your degree. Few students pay the asking price. Here’s how to reduce your net cost.
Love it or hate it, Obamacare has pushed health insurance coverage to a new level. Find out where the greatest expansion has been.
Lawmakers’ efforts to ensure that bar patrons get what they pay for when they order a pint have so far come up short. Here’s the sobering scoop.
Customers of this major U.S. bank can make cash withdrawals using just a smartphone. Here’s how it works, and why it’s more secure than the traditional system.
Movie tickets continue to get more expensive. But why pay at all? Find out how to see your favorite flicks without opening a wallet or purse.
McDonald’s has dismissed concerns that a Happy Meal toy utters profanity. What do you hear?
Less than 15 percent of Americans eat the recommended amount of produce daily, but some states have a worse track record than others.
A federal agency has announced that for the second time this year, it has uncovered a breach of sensitive information. Should you be worried?
Michigan is just one state that’s shut down Tesla’s direct-to-consumer sales model. Is your state one of the others with an anti-Tesla law?
You can still get your earnings credits and the estimated benefit you would receive at retirement as often as you like, if you know how.
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Federal regulators also hit the financial giant with $136 million in penalties for its illegal debt collection practices.
You may be surprised to see which seat offers the most protection in a car crash. It’s not a one-size-fits-all result.
A new study shows that using a certain type of shopping bag is correlated with the purchase of more junk food. See if you can guess — paper, plastic or reusable.
One state’s residents are about 15 percent richer than their incomes suggest. Find out where $100 goes the furthest.
Are debt collector calls causing you to lose sleep? Here are four steps to stop the harassment and get on with life.
The number of people living in poverty worldwide is dropping. But much of the world still gets by on very little.
Fitness trackers are red hot. But here is the dirty little secret about many of the devices that have been sold so far.
Whether you want to telecommute or launch a sharing-economy business, there are plenty of opportunities to work from home — and many ways to get ripped off.