Staples is investigating a possible breach of payment card data, making it the latest U.S. retailer to become a possible victim of a cyberattack.
Here's how to save on Halloween decorating, pumpkins, candy and costumes -- all without reducing the holiday fun.
There are a few times when extended warranties are valuable, but more often than not, you'd be better off just saying no.
Amazon brings its same-day grocery delivery service to New York City after years of testing in Washington state and California.
Anna amassed $12,000 of credit card debt while unemployed, but she successfully turned her finances around later with a little help from balance transfers.
We could learn -- and save a lot -- from a U.K. initiative to force payday lenders to be more open about their interest rates and fees.
The Social Security Administration receives millions of death reports each year -- and one in every 200 is incorrect.
Walmart says it plans to scale back expansion of its supercenters next year while investing more in e-commerce, as the retailer looks to revive store sales.
The lack of water is forcing many California pumpkin growers to embrace the possibility of plowing over their pumpkin patches sooner than later.
Whole Foods plans to start rolling out a system that ranks fruits and vegetables as good, better or best based on the supplier's farming practices.
Amazon will open its first brick-and-mortar store on 34th Street in Manhattan across the street just in time for this year's holiday season.
Buying and financing a car may seem daunting, but there are ways to get the upper hand in negotiations and ultimately lead to a better deal.
Just a day after the market had its best day of 2014, it had its worst. The Dow plunged 334 points as fear about the global economy sent investors fleeing.
Wall Street had its best day of the year, Wednesday, erasing a steep loss from the day before. Investors were reacting to minutes from the Fed's latest policy meeting.
The Fed's debate on whether to change its interest rate guidance heated up last month, with officials saying the central bank risked misleading investors.
Overdrafts used to be a cheap financial tool for the rich. Today, they've become an absurdly costly short-term lending product for the poor.
Americans are expected to spend at the highest rate in three years during what's traditionally the busiest shopping season of the year, a survey shows.
Questions remain over whether J.C. Penney can continue its turnaround as expectations of mass store closures are expected by stock analysts.