Amid Russia's worst economic crisis, some major automakers have temporarily suspended their sales in the country, while others are shifting inventory or planning price increases.
With the recent thawing of America-Cuba relations, Cuba could be the new beach destination for Americans. It is the largest island in the Caribbean and one with breathtaking scenery. However, the travel ban is still not completely lifted.
Christmas is the busiest time of the year to travel (almost 100 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more during this year's holidays) but traveling on Christmas day can help you avoid all the rush. We've compiled seven tips and reminders for you that could help you have a great holiday travel.
The conventional wisdom around holiday shopping insists that paying with cash is always the best option. While this notion isn't 100 percent wrong, if you're a disciplined shopper with enough cash to cover your holiday purchases, then you're better off using credit cards.
Mortgage rates for a 30-year fixed rate loan fell to 4.08 percent since last week, the lowest in nearly a year and a half. In addition to falling mortgage rates, the the purchase application volume decreased 1 percent and the refinance application volume increased 11 percent over the same period.
Small business loans totaled $4.1 billion in 2013, and banks have nothing against small business owners. But according to research, they are currently getting short changed when it comes to their credit cards and checking accounts. But why?
Insider trading is illegal but major players on Wall Street still make tons of money because they're good at using confidential information.
Addressing gender inequality in farming sector of developing countries could increase global food security, Paul writes. Women are more likely to adopt new techniques in farming practices to enhance household nutrition.