Microsoft says it lost $3.2 billion in the second quarter, hurt by charges related to its phone business and job cuts and weak demand for Windows software.
If you're considering becoming a homeowner, recognize that there's a lot more to purchasing a house than saving enough money for a down payment.
Many consumers are realizing that they may not want or need a new desktop or laptop. Here are a few reasons to hold back on springing for a new PC.
People rent homes, cars and movies because not everyone has a bank account with unlimited funds. What's more, renting and returning may be a better option.
FAO Schwarz on Fifth Avenue, probably the best-known toy store in the world, is set to close for good Wednesday night.
The company that markets 'As Seen on TV' products reaches a settlement with New Jersey officials who said it made it difficult for customers to get refunds.
Breaking up is suddenly not hard to do if you are a huge consumer products company, as execs now see divestitures as a way to generate shareholder value.
McDonald's says some customers have complained that a talking toy included in recent Happy Meals uses curse words.
PepsiCo reports better-than-expected quarterly profit and sales and raised its forecast as higher prices helped drive growth in its beverages business.
With new smartphones and smartwatches possibly on the way, it might pay to wait to buy the latest Apple iPhones or Watches.
Before you budget $9.99 a month for Apple Music, here are a few other online music services worth checking out that will be easier on your pocketbook.
A trip to Orlando now doesn't seem complete without checking out Universal's fast-growing resort. Here's what you need to know to save and still have fun.
It's tempting to purchase big-ticket consumer electronics, but think twice before buying these popular items, which could be cheaper in the months ahead.
These tips take just a few minutes, but they can save you a lot of time and money.
Here are some gift ideas that either have already been introduced or will be soon that should turn both heads and bank accounts later this year.
Here are three common errors on social media that can keep job seekers from getting hired and get employees fired.