Consumers increased their borrowing in February, driven by a jump in auto and student loans that offset a second monthly decline in credit card borrowing.
The price for gas is forecast to fall 32% from a year ago to $2.45 a gallon from April to September, the period when Americans do most of their driving.
More millennials have or would consider reloadable prepaid debit cards. One reason: They've cleaned up their act.
Orders open Friday for the Apple Watch. Are potential buyers thinking about battery life, price and potential upgrades? Then again, maybe they are.
New credit cards with embedded chips won't help much with fraud, according to a Walmart executive, because U.S. banks took an implementation short cut.
In honor of the fifth anniversary of introduction of the iPad, we have 15 nifty things that you didn't known it could do.
The score -- a huge shift from FICO -- will open up credit access to as many as 53 million consumers who do not have credit scores or credit reports.
MarketWatch Moneyologist Quentin Fottrell says less than 10% of Christian church-going Americans give 10% or more of their income. Does that math add up?
Disney makes it easier to book repeat cruises, pleasing all those who adore the family entertainment giant and the company's bottom line.
It's not always easy to see how the government is spending your tax dollars. But the Pentagon does a bang up job of showing just how it spends your money.
Fourteen attorneys general ask Congress to investigate the herbal supplements industry and to consider giving the FDA stronger oversight of the industry.
Is it a new digital divide? More Americans rely on smartphones for Internet access, but half face high rates of service interruption for financial reasons.
U.S. auto sales slowed down a bit in March, with sales expected to be flat compared to a year ago, but the industry remains optimistic about the market.
Health care workers are charged with running a scheme in which they persuaded homeless and poor people to get medical testing with promises of free shoes.
Five states file lawsuits intended to shut down a massive alleged newspaper and magazine subscription scam that solicited millions of consumers nationwide.
Tidal proclaims one key feature is lossless music. Less heralded is that the streaming music service may mean more money for musicians.
Members of the Corinthian 100 argue that the U.S. should have regulated schools better and informed students that their schools were under investigation.
Here are six things you should do this spring to make sure your money management strategy is as neat and orderly as your house will soon be.
Two former federal agents are charged with fraud in the theft of digital currency during an investigation into an online black market known as Silk Road.
GNC reaches an agreement with New York's attorney general that puts in place rigorous testing of nutritional supplements sold in its stores and online.
Aimed at on-the-go investors, Robinhood promises to permit commission-free trading to individual investors using their iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches.
A U.S. District Court imposes a permanent injunction on a Los Angeles-based seafood company after inspectors find contamination by the listeria bacteria.
When supermarkets try to manipulate you into buying more stuff, here's how to fight back. It starts with a list and a firm mind.