As it stands, Mitt Romney's tax reform proposal is a bad idea. But with a little tweaking, it could work.
Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country were packed with supporters Wednesday for 'Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.' In the wake of CEO Dan Cathy's views against gay marriage, and the subsequent boycott from gay-rights advocates, eating a Chick-fil-A sandwich has become a polarizing political statement.
Little-known fact: refinancing isn't just for mortgages. But how do you decide if refinancing your car loan is the right move for you?
President Obama has proposed a plan that would make mortgage refinancing easier and more widely available. Do you qualify?
Finding sensible ways to minimize your trash will leave you with extra money in your pocket.
California and the northeastern US are perfect for high speed rails. But implementing HSR would be very different processes for each region.
Desperate for money, troubled banks are turning to unconventional sources to gain capital – and getting bilked in the process.
BMW is introducing car shopping from the couch. To cut costs on its expensive new line of plug-in cars next year, the German automaker will sell the vehicles directly from a virtual showroom.
The economy is slowing and the stock market is wildly unpredictable. Here's how one world-class value manager is weathering the storm.
'Cost per use' is the idea that the value of an item is directly related to how much use you get out of it. The more use you get from an item, the more you should expect to pay for it. The 'sweet spot' of a purchase, then, is the one that has the most uses for the cost.
Environmentalists tend to overestimate the contribution of oil to global emissions. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't cut down on our fossil fuel use.
British Olympic organizers restricted ticket prices and rewarded bulk corporate purchases (but not use). They shouldn't be surprised to see so many empty seats.
Is the government growing or shrinking? The answer isn't so simple.
Mitt Romney victory in November could be a potential source of optimism for Wall Street, some analysts suggest. But can Mitt Romney or any other potential president elect truly have a lasting effect on the stock market?
As new pedestrian detection system in General Motors vehicles uses wireless internet to communicate with pedestrians' smartphones. So how does it work?