Under pressure, leading subprime services company to stop collecting disputed insurance fees
A new report by Junior Achievement and PricewaterhouseCoopers finds that nearly a quarter of millennials believe that their student loan debt will one day be forgiven - a sign that parents and students need to make more informed decision about the long-term costs of a higher education.
General Motors says parts are ready to fix older SUV window switches that can catch fire
Small businesses get more aggressive on social media as holidays approach
Flying Dog Brewery gets tentative OK from Md. liquor board to open taproom at its plant
US wholesale stockpiles edge up 0.3 percent in September; sales rebound from big drop
Hawaiian Airlines looks back on 85 years of continuous service for the islands
4 employer-sponsored benefits changes that may stem from overhaul tax starting in 2018
The new book "Spent" helps us explore, and resist, our often dysfunctional relationship with shopping.
Cambodia increases garment industry minimum wage 28 percent, but short of workers' demand
Many teens learn the value of a dollar as they age, but a video contest challenges young adults to demonstrate their financial savvy for a cash prize.
Ford bets it all on aluminum-bodied F-150, which heads to dealers next month
Big booty business: Some businesses cash in as more women chase bigger bottoms
Doctors rush to central India after 12 women die following sterilization surgery
Obama administration dials back expectations for 2015 health law sign-ups
Hellmann's owner sues over competitor's use of word 'Mayo' in sandwich spread product name
Tenn. governor downplays upcoming Volkswagen policy that UAW hails as path to recognition
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