This week's "by the numbers" infographic breaks down the facts and figures behind the Labor Day holiday.
Americans took to the beaches and open road in massive numbers on Friday to kick off one last weekend of summer fun.
Dunkin’ Donuts introduced a dark-roast hot coffee that will be launched nationwide next month.
Reading the fine print on credit card offers could save you substantial cash — and not just by avoiding fees. There are a lot of valuable perks listed in card terms that go unnoticed."There's a ton that consumers are missing out on," said Odysseas Papadimitriou, chief executive of comparison site CardHub.com.Several cards offer good reason to save your receipts on big-ticket purchases.
A new J.D. Power study reports that voice recognition has become the single largest source of complaints about new vehicles.
You’ve no doubt received a flier in the mail or seen the billboards: Open a new checking account with us and receive $100 cash! Sounds like a deal, to be sure, and perhaps you’ve been considering switching banks anyway. But is there a catch? Cheapism.com checked out what’s meant by that small asterisk next to the $100.For banks, the motivation behind the bonus offer is clear.
Worldwide production of chocolate is worth about $100 billion per year. CNBC's John Schoen takes a look inside the sweetest industry. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
Rovio is under financial pressure, and soon a new CEO will rule the roost.
These fun responses to the question from your little backseat drivers will keep your kids laughing all the way to your destination.
McDonald's said on Friday that a total of 12 of its branches in Russia have now been temporarily closed over the state food safety regulator's allegations of sanitary violations.
Holli Coulman spent company funds on spa and resort visits, international airfare, Apple products and trips to Nordstrom.
Stocks advanced on Friday, with Wall Street headed to a fourth week of gains ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Consumer spending unexpectedly fell in July as savings rose to their highest level in more than 1-1/2 years, a sign that households remain cautious.
The airline is set for restructuring after back-to-back disasters spooked customers and cost tens of millions.
Malaysia Airlines will cut 6,000 workers as part of an $1.9 billion overhaul to revive its damaged brand - but there are no plans for a name change.
Once the leader of the teen clothing world, Abercrombie & Fitch is dropping logos from its clothes amid declining sales.
The Abercrombie & Fitch logo has lost the power it once wielded, so the struggling teen retailer plans to strip it off.
Stocks declined, ending a 3-day winning streak and pulling the S&P 500 back below 2,000, as concerns about Ukraine overtook upbeat economic reports.
More than 30,000 Americans are killed in highway crashes each year, but experts believe that death toll could sink to zero with better technology.
Older Americans are heading back to school, often part time or in the evenings, and their rate of enrollment is rising faster than students of typical college age.
Ramen? Please — today’s college kids have everything from barbecue to banh mi at their fingertips, and they’re indulging.
With all the coupon and daily deal sites sprouting up these days, Cheapism.com has rounded up some of the best coupon sites for 2014. Fight the flood of emails and discover discount codes that actually work, saving you time, energy and, of course, money.Best Coupon SitesCoupons.com: The coupon pioneer and a perennial favorite remains a top pick this year because of its wide selection.
iThing fans, you can now begin your countdown.
The National Association of Realtors' monthly "pending home sales" index rose 3.3 percent but is still 2.1 percent below its level in July 2013.
Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas speaks to a jubilant crowd about his return as the head of the company, after customers, suppliers and employees successfully boycotted the chain.
Five of New England's cities rank in the Top 10 worst in the country for accidents, according to Allstate Insurance Co.
American Express and Discover tied for the top spot in the J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Credit Card Satisfaction Study, released on Thursday.
The Commerce Department said that GDP expanded at a 4.2 percent annual rate in the second quarter instead of the previously reported 4 percent pace.
The bank was taking additional steps to safeguard sensitive or confidential information, though it did not see unusual fraud activity at this time.