Mortgage rates went flat at 3.66 percent since last week, according to the latest mortgage rates data from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
In much public discourse, direct government aid for the poor is easily dismissed by the pejorative “welfare,” Gleckman writes, but spending-like subsidies administered through the revenue code provoke far less outrage.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says the New York Times article on the company's Model S sedan cost Tesla Motors as much as $100 million, Ernst writes.
Hamm offers a step-by-step guide to investing in dividend-paying stocks.
Estonia has just opened a network of 165 quick-charging stations – more than the U.S. has today – for its plug-in electric cars, Voelcker writes.
General Motors has announced a deal with AT&T that will bring mobile internet service to millions of GM vehicles next year, if not sooner, Read writes.
President Obama must demonstrate why the Republicans’ austerity economics and trickle-down economics are dangerous, bald-faced lies, Reich writes.
Hamm offers four things you can do starting right now to save money and set you on a better track.
It used to be that when consumers spent less, government stepped into the breach and spent more in order to keep people employed, Reich writes. No longer is that the case, he adds.
Buying in bulk is generally cheaper, it's true. But if it encourages overuse, the potential savings could be lost.
Getting the best deal on a new phone can be an unwieldy process, but comparing the costs and potential savings of all the carrier options is easier than you think.
Spring is just around the corner, and that means coat sales are heating up right along with the temperature. Here are five winter coat sales worth a look.
Which city has the worst traffic in the country? Los Angeles and Atlanta make a string case, but another major metro snags the title.