If the company’s Sports Infinity research bears fruit, your next pair of soccer cleats could be made of materials recycled from a spectrum of industries.
Are you the one who’s always turning up the heat? These tactics will help keep your core temperature up and utility costs down.
You might be able to reduce your 2015 income tax bill by thousands of dollars, thanks to an unheralded federal tax break.
Investors put a lot of money into money-market mutual funds last week. Why did it happen?
Tuesday is National Coffee Day. And you can get a free cup of joe — no strings attached — at the following vendors.
Minority and low-income households in particular should benefit from more relaxed home-buying standards.
It doesn’t always pay to be thrifty. Find out when penny-pinching can actually end up costing you money.
The wireless provider rolls out an annual iPhone upgrade plan (finally) to keep pace with competitors.
The popular crowdfunding site says too much flexibility actually undermined employees’ work-life balance. We’ll explain.
Our grandparents and great-grandparents knew how to stretch a buck. Maybe it’s time to look back to find our way forward.
If you can’t make it to Munich for the original Oktoberfest celebration, a small city in the northern U.S. might be the next-best place to celebrate.
Some baristas say they still are getting shortchanged by unpredictable workweeks. At least one organization agrees.
The iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus became available for customer pickup in Apple stores today. What are the early reviews saying?
Callers posing as grandchildren continue to rob the elderly of money and dignity. Help prevent it by warning the elders in your family.
This week: bad money habits, how much electricity costs, jobs for dogs, things rich people rent and stupidly expensive stuff at Whole Foods.
Here’s a ranking based on what Americans consider “fair.” Where does your state fall?
The state has already brought in more than double the pot tax revenue it collected last year — an amount surpassing its alcohol tax revenues.
Federal officials allege ‘redlining’ by this New Jersey bank hindered access to mortgages in majority-black and Hispanic communities.
Counterfeit goods are big business around the world. Here’s how to figure out what’s authentic and what’s not.
Glassdoor lists 20 positions with total-pay increases of 3 percent to 10 percent, all above the national average. What are they?
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