California, with its pioneering zero-emission vehicle sales requirements, has always occupied an outsize place in the sales charts.
While he was governor of Virginia, Tim Kaine proposed tax hikes to pay for new government programs and tax cuts for low- and middle-income residents. It’s a combination that closely parallels Clinton's tax proposals for the nation.
More credit card issuers than ever are getting rid of foreign transaction fees.
American Airlines, member of a global alliance of airlines called Oneworld, is switching their frequent flyer program from miles-based to revenue-based point system. Here are some tips for making this switch work for you.
In a decade-long analysis, a research firm has found that the companies run by the highest-paid CEOs are the worst performers.
In periods of volatility, including after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, the best financial strategy is to remain calm, stick to your financial plan, and keep your long-term focus.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union may indicate a growing distrust of experts in advanced countries. In order for trust in research and expert opinion to be restored, transparency in funding and peer review should be standard practices.
Digital currencies such as bitcoin do not fit classic definitions of 'money' and are therefore difficult to regulate with existing laws. It's one of a number of new technology innovations that regulators are struggling to fit into traditional laws.
In an effort to encourage investors and businesses to think long-term, Hillary Clinton has proposed changing how we tax capital gains.
Toyota is offering a new TRD Off Road trim level for the 2017 version of its popular 4Runner SUV.
McDonald's sales growth has slowed almost a year after the chain's successful introduction of an all-day breakfast menu. The possible solution? More all-day breakfast.
The current fuel-cell landscape represents an important change from past efforts to promote hydrogen cars.
More than half of employers offer both options these days, yet less than 10 percent of employees are taking advantage of the Roth. That number should be higher.
The Edyn Garden Sensor, developed by soil scientist, Jason Aramburu, helps farmers track the light, temperature, and soil nutrition affecting their garden's growth.
Volkswagen is starting the process of atoning and compensating for Volkswagen's use of illegal 'defeat device' software, but it likely won't do much in the short term to rebuild consumers' trust in the German carmaker.