US retail sales reached $472.1 billion in January and beat estimates with a 0.4 percentage increase, the Commerce Department says.
General Motors, Toyota, and Volvo are among the carmakers who told a House committee that granting exemptions for self-driving cars to test on public roadways could help them and tech firms speed development.
The company’s fourth-quarter earnings beat estimates with a total of $19.5 billion in sales – a 5-percent increase in the period. But 45 percent of the net revenue came from its low-calorie beverages and low-salt snacks.
Matty Simmons, one of the pioneers of the credit card, helped pave the way for the industry as we know it today.
Despite the exuberance that’s accompanying the stock market rally, investors shouldn’t be complacent about the current risks in the market.
A high-powered group of Republicans and business executives proposed replacing regulations for reducing greenhouse gases with a carbon tax. The two most interesting things about this initiative are who proposed it and what they’d do with the money.
Sen. Jim Thune, a Republican from South Dakota, and Sen. Gary Peters, a Democrat from Michigan, announced Monday that they would consider bills that would streamline laws related to testing self-driving cars on US roadways.
Whether you’re in a new relationship or newly married, you might want to think twice about combining love and money. Before joining your finances, take this banking compatibility quiz.
A once-thriving hub of rocket launches at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida is ready for its second life.
Sears and its wholly owned subsidiary, Kmart, said that their stores are discontinuing online sales of 31 Trump Home items.
Marriage gives most couples a tax cut but it can also boost a couple’s tax bill, sometimes by a lot.
About 72 percent of Americans have a credit card, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. But where did the idea of the plastic money card come from?
Mass adoption of electric cars and renewable energy could significantly decrease global consumption of fossil fuels. But does the traditional energy industry view these new developments as a threat?
Closely evaluating an offer can make all the difference between taking a job you run to and realizing you made a huge mistake, which could force you to restart the job-search process.
Producers and farming organizations see the sale of cheap powdered milk from European Union stocks as 'food dumping' that is dangerous to markets at home and abroad.
Haven't started investing for your retirement yet? Getting started now gives you plenty of reasonable paths to build a healthy $1 million by retirement.
From booking flights and accommodations separately to renting an apartment and cooking meals there instead of eating out, these tips can help you cut your vacation costs in half.