Did you drop the ball on Valentine's Day and wait until the last minute to pick out a present? If so, eBay is here to bail you out -- and they'll pick up that gift and deliver it right to your sweetheart at no extra charge, in as little as an hour.
Wall Street rose on Thursday, with the S&P 500 hitting a five-year intraday high, as investors were cheered by rosy economic data and better-than-expected results from online marketplace eBay.
From eBay stepping up with its latest financials to Facebook showing off its latest clever ideas, there will be plenty of news breaking in the coming days. Here's a rundown of what's likely to shape the week ahead on Wall Street.
According to billionaire super-investor Warren Buffett, the first rule of investing is: "Don't lose money." (And the second rule of investing is... "Don't forget rule No. 1.") With that in mind, we've surveyed the stock markets to come up with 13 companies you probably want to keep out of your portfolio in the new year.
Want to save some money in the new year? Want to maybe even make some extra money? In honor of the Great Calendar Flip-Over, we've assembled a list of 13 websites that can help you do just that.
If you're bemoaning a lack of cash and of closet space, try solving both problems in one fell swoop. But with so many ways to sell your used fashions, it can be tough finding the right one for you. DailyFinance breaks down the options so you can find the right fit for your personality.
Since the financial crash of 2007, banks have lost their luster and alternative financing options like peer-to-peer lending have grown rapidly. Now, a new study suggests the next phase of lending's transformation will be companies like Walmart and eBay offering big loans at lower rates.
As the holiday shopping season speeds toward its finale, millions of shoppers will give up on finding "perfect gifts" and instead buy gift cards. That's actually a great idea: Lots of people love gift cards. What is not a good idea is paying face value for them when discounts can be found all over.
Benjamin Franklin once said that a penny saved is a penny earned, but if the pennies are older, they can be worth more. At current copper prices, the melt value of older pennies is well over two cents, and you don't even need to melt them down to extract that extra value.
On Cyber Monday, U.S. consumers are expected to empty their wallets of more than $1 billion, Merchants are offering some of their best deals, and it's time to take advantage. Here are a few strategies that should help you land the lowest prices.