President's Day sales are here, and many are better than their Black Friday equivalents. Read on for the best ways to save big during this weekend's President's Day sales.
TurboTax users can once again begin filing their state tax returns with the popular software after last week's security breach. However, TurboTax provider Intuit is warning users to watch for increased phishing activity.
Fire extinguisher maker Kidde has recalled about 4.6 million disposable extinguishers, saying a faulty plastic valve can prevent them from fully discharging when used. Kidde has received 11 complaints about extinguishers not working when the trigger was pressed.
Tesla has plans to sell or lease lithium-ion battery packs for home energy storage, CEO Elon Musk said in the automaker's recent earnings call. Tesla already provides battery packs to Solar City, which leases solar panels and batteries to households to allow them to generate and store their own electricity.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, but don't panic: You still have plenty of time and options for planning an epic Valentine's Day celebration.
President's Day isn't until Monday, but many stores are offering up their holiday weekend bargains now. Read on for President's Day savings from eBay, Sears, Best Buy, Walmart, and others.
Today's sky-high auto sales could plummet as driverless cars start hitting the streets, research suggests. The reason? Driverless cars would let people share a vehicle for separate trips.
International airfare can go up or down drastically depending on where you book your flight. To get cheap airfare, you can either book in a foreign currency or trick a website into thinking you're booking from somewhere else.
The rumored long-range Chevy Bolt was confirmed at the Chicago Auto Show Thursday. GM did not confirm when production would start or when the new Chevy Bolt would be released, however.
Google is reportedly working with payment company Square on its own high-tech, credit-card-free, pay-at-the-register system in the wake of Apple Pay's early success. Google and Square have been testing the system since last fall, a tech blog reported this week.
Initial jobless claims in the US jumped 25,000 to 304,000 last week, moving the average for seasonally adjusted jobless claims above the closely-watched 300,000 level.
Retail sales in the US fell an unexpected 0.8 percent in January, despite a surging job market and much lower costs for consumers. Experts say Americans may be using that extra cash to save or pay down debt, but retail sales should bounce back in the coming months.
Tesla's aggressive lobbying efforts in Texas continue to be met with opposition from groups representing franchised car dealers. Arizona lawmakers, meanwhile, appear to be moving in the direction of allowing direct sales from automakers like Tesla.
After reinstating its presence in India, Uber introduces two new safety features to protect customers from drivers.
Frickles, or deep-fried pickles, aren’t new, especially on Southern and Low country menus. Now frickles appearing more often on burger bar menus,
For decades, policymakers have enthusiastically supported special tax breaks for small businesses, including start-ups. But there is a wide gap between the professed support for small businesses and what the tax code does for (and to) start-ups in the real world.