Amazon is cracking down on Prime sharing. Where previously it was OK to share your account with four other people, from now on, it'll be just one.
Responding to critics who said its discounted Internet service was too slow and limited, Comcast is increasing speed and will offer it to more people.
New orders for factory goods rebounded in June on strong demand for transportation equipment and other goods, a hopeful sign for the manufacturing sector.
It's fairly easy to do some homework and determine how a charity spends your donations, but frauds still manage to take in millions each year.
Consumers flock to Kohl's and T.J. Maxx expecting deep markdowns on apparel and other staples. But are they really getting the bargain they think they are?
Stocks ended lower Monday as tumbling oil prices dragged on energy shares and factory data from China added to concerns about weakening economic growth.
The Pentagon may be a big spender, but it's a whole lot more open about how it spends your money, and on what, than many other government agencies are.
'Game of Thrones,' anyone? If you're a Verizon broadband customer, you'll have access to this and much more from HBO Now. Here's the scoop.
Summer deals and big demand for SUVs and luxury cars kept auto sales strong in July, with sales of new vehicles expected to rise to nearly 1.5 million.
Some companies will refuse refunds even if your canceled reservation is filled by someone else. A look at refund policies -- good, bad and ugly.
Three amusement park operators check in with fresh financials and a GoDaddy steps up with its first quarterly report as a public company.
Buying into a mutual fund should be a 'set it and forget it' experience. But there are a few events that should force you into reevaluating your investment.
You probably get lots of offers for new credit cards. But should you take advantage of them?
Transactions made through third parties like PayPal and Groupon may not be earning the credit card reward points you expect they should.
Stocks fell Friday as a drop in energy stocks eclipsed wage data that supported expectations that the Fed could delay an interest-rate hike this year.
As drivers and airlines continue to enjoy lower fuel prices, the oil industry is responding to much lower profits with big cuts in spending and employment.