Millions of Americans smartphones are lost or stolen, and many are never recovered. Better safe than sorry: Learn these smartphone security measures.
FINRA's BrokerCheck doesn't include all the information about financial advisers that investors can get from other sources. Here's why that could be a problem for you.
The silver lining in the cloud of that giant Target data breach includes a yearlong benefit for many Americans, plus a nudge to improve the way they do business online.
A day after it was revealed the U.S. was looking for a company to scan license plates of passing cars across the country, plans for a national database have been dropped.
With all the hidden interest and seemingly endless payments, can you truly afford your lease? John Jamieson explains how to save big money on your next car.
Graco is recalling nearly 3.8 million child car seats that could trap kids. But federal safety regulators say the recall leaves out 1.8 million infant seats it should include.
If you think petitions never accomplish anything, your skepticism is understandable -- but it's a little out of date. Social media has changed the game.
The Target credit card hack proves once again that no matter what you do to keep your data safe, hackers can still hit you. But you're not powerless. Here's what to do now.
Every month, you pay an ISP or cable company to keep you connected to the Internet. But for far too many of us, part of that bill is a rental fee for gear you can buy cheaper.
This holiday season, millions of people will buy smartphones, tablets, and other pricey devices, and salespeople will urge them to tack on extended warranties.
The Justice Department has reached an agreement to let American Airlines and US Airways merge, creating the world's biggest airline. Here's how that will affect travelers.
It pays to ask for what you want: I snagged a lower price on the new coat I'd already ordered by having a quick webchat with customer service.
Customers want Amazon to go back to its old free-shipping minimum of $25. A petition on Change.org is gaining steam, but may fall on deaf ears.
On this day of tricks and treats, we offer you a few tales of those tricked by identity thieves -- and treat you to some advice about what to do if it happens to you.
For the first time in more than a decade, Amazon.com is raising its minimum purchase cutoff. Here's why.
Debtors have rights too, and when a debt collector violates them, the FTC will step in -- eventually. But until it does, here's what you need to know to protect yourself.
These 10 foods are America's biggest food-poisoning culprits. And with FDA inspections shut down along with the rest of the government, the danger is greater than usual.