Amazon plans to hire 100,000 people for the holidays, a 25 percent jump from last year that reveals a shift in the way we shop.
The federal penalty for having no health insurance is set to jump to $695, and the government is being urged to highlight that fact in its enrollment pitch.
Despite all the changes technology has made in how houses are bought and sold, one standard feature of the process remains: the Sunday open house.
U.S. stocks ended higher Friday and the S&P 500 notched a third week of gains, helped by upbeat consumer sentiment data and gains in General Electric.
Industrial production fell for a second straight month in September on renewed weakness in oil and gas drilling.
Younger adults in America want to buy a house, but barriers keep getting in the way of them actually buying a new home.
There will be no benefit increase in 2016 for millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees, the government said Thursday.
Consumer prices recorded their biggest drop in eight months in September as the cost of gasoline fell.
The Federal Reserve says steady consumer spending and an improving housing market spurred modest U.S. economic growth in the late summer.
Americans increased spending at auto dealers, restaurants and clothiers in September, but cheaper gasoline prices suppressed overall retail sales growth.
Stocks edged lower Tuesday on renewed fears of slowing growth in China and worries about upcoming earnings reports.
Here's a rundown on where the Democratic hopefuls stand on five key personal-finance issues - from taxes to health care - just in time for Tuesday's debate.
Netflix's move to boost its monthly rate for new subscribers last week came as a bit of a surprise. But here's why it may not be enough to scare you away.
Twitter said it would lay off up to 336 employees, or about 8 percent of its global workforce, as part of a plan to streamline operations.
Thinking of joining the tiny house movement to save money? Here are three reasons why living in a tiny home can end up costing you more money, not less.
Two Federal Reserve policymakers whose views are often at odds both suggested Monday they could well support an interest rate hike in December.
Stock investors don't necessarily need to fear rising interest rates, but they should keep in mind that some sectors could fare better than others.
Stocks rose Friday, ending the benchmark S&P's best week of the year on a quiet note as investors waited for companies to report third-quarter earnings.
The Obama administration says it has strengthened consumer privacy protections on the government's health insurance website as a new sign-up season nears.
Mortgage data research firm HSH.com ranked homeowners' pet peeves, and here are the three top home annoyances and what can be done about them.
Stocks closed higher Thursday after minutes from the Fed's September meeting shed light on its decision to keep interest rates near zero.