Millennials don't buy Big Macs: Among young people, the mass-market food model for which McDonald's often serves as shorthand is in decline.
Both Audi recalls issued Friday stem from potential fuel leaks--and therefore, potential fire hazards.
Twenty deals to snatch up for the Columbus Day holiday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will require every province to adopt a carbon tax or develop a carbon trading system by 2018. The idea could prove an interesting model for the United States.
We've taken a hard look at the trends to see what 2016 Black Friday shoe shopping has in store, and how you can score the best deals.
The central African nation's high court ruled that a consortium led by the oil giant owed $75 billion – more than 70 times what it paid for the 1989 Valdez oil spill – for unpaid royalties.
Coupling up has a lot of perks, but when it comes to retirement saving, many twosomes don't take advantage.
Consider two factors when picking a program: value and utility.
To earn that coveted ranking, the Sedona had to perform well in six separate IIHS crash tests, including two newer, more challenging ones.
The king of box stores is turning its focus toward competing with Amazon and other online retailers as future generations prove more willing to shop with a mouse click rather than driving to stores.
Facebook has a variety of features that businesses can use to interact with potential customers.
Beginning in 2017, all employees of the popular yogurt company will be eligible for paid parental leave.
Property taxes are an important source of funds for public safety, schools, and other community services. But assessing them can be tricky.
Some retailers who recently started opening up 'Christmas creep' shopping on Thanksgiving Thursday are now pushing back, encouraging workers and shoppers to celebrate with their families.
McDonald's workers in more than 30 cities plan to protest Thursday afternoon over 15 sexual harassment complaints filed in the past month.
Immigrants now make up more than 10 percent of the richest 400 people in the United States, and nearly all of them are self-made billionaires.
As the holidays approach, along comes the annual tradition of selecting workplace benefits for the following year. It's a task worthy of your attention.