Shifts both big and small will alter the way we buy, power, and ride in our vehicles.
Customers' frustration with retailers opening on Thanksgiving has reached a boiling point this season, with dozens of malls across the country closing for the holiday.
A new report predicts electric cars could account for two thirds of the cars on the roads of 50 major world cities by 2030.
The Treasury Department released final regulations on Thursday to curb the practice of US corporations moving abroad to avoid paying corporate taxes.
The Good Food Org Guide includes at least 10 organizations from each state and serves as a resource for American eaters, businesses, farmers, and funders to find nearby organizations working to cultivate a better food system.
One in three families, some with incomes of $100,000 or more, say they don’t have an emergency fund. But if you don’t have at least a small emergency fund, you’ll be vulnerable to debt resulting from an unexpected expense.
In today’s culture of consumerism, wedding guests feel they're representing the depth of their support for the married couple by buying flights, hotels, new clothes, and a gift. But there are less expensive ways to support the couple in memorable ways.
Elon Musk has been adamant that the data show that Tesla's Autopilot function saves lives, but the issue is a bit more complicated than that.
Taking out one loan to pay another can seem like a bad idea on its face, but it's possible to successfully use debt consolidation loans to turn a bad financial situation around.
Closing an account may or may not be a good idea depending on your particular circumstances.
Donald Trump may have claimed huge losses starting in the early 1990s. But, like other rich investors, he wouldn’t have paid much tax anyway. Despite paying some tax, Warren Buffett's release of his 2015 tax return affirms that reality.
As brick-and-mortar retailers scale back, Amazon has announced that it will hire more than 120,000 seasonal workers for the holiday season.
Recent data by the FDIC reveals that about 16 percent of Hispanic households don’t have bank accounts. This leaves people vulnerable to high-interest debt traps and without credit-building opportunities.
Tree Top, a cooperative of more than 1,000 growers, now saves almost 600 million pounds of ugly apples each year by processing them into apple juice, applesauce, and apple bits for oatmeal, among other products.
Just because a car didn't make our list this year doesn't mean we wouldn't recommend it. It just means it doesn't move the needle as much as the finalists do.