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Crowdfunding campaigns for tuition, textbooks, and other college-related costs are growing in popularity. But is it a sustainable solution when a student’s financial aid package is not enough?
The US economy expanded 2.3 percent in the second quarter with the help of consumer spending. Although the Federal Reserve said it will keep interest rates near zero, the economic growth means a hike is still a possibility.
Apple, Coca-Cola, Bank of America, and 10 other companies are meeting with the Obama administration Monday to launch the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, which asks companies to set goals to fight climate change and reduce their environmental impact.
Taylor Swift is proving that she will never go out of style by starting her own fashion line for the Chinese market. It is the latest development in the pop star's fight against merchandisers selling unauthorized products.
US consumer prices increased 0.3 percent in June, the Labor Department announced Friday. The rise in prices could support the Fed's intention to raise long-term interest rates before the end of 2015.
Facebook is rolling out "shop" sections on select merchants' pages that will allow customers to buy products directly on the site. The news comes as tech companies ramp up efforts to get people to spend more time – and money – on their websites by letting them shop with just a swipe, tap, or click.
Ahead of Amazon's 'Prime Day' sale, the e-commerce giant's stock prices surged and made investors more than $5 billion richer. But Prime customers across the globe will see sweet deals on Wednesday.
'Minions' earned an estimated $115.2 million in its opening weekend, giving the film the second-biggest animated opening of all time. The 'Despicable Me' prequel's commercial success was driven by widespread promotions on everything from bananas to Happy Meals.
The European Union has filed charges against MasterCard, alleging that the credit card company violated the bloc's antitrust laws by artificially raising fees that inevitably affected banks, retailers, and consumers.
Taco Bell is testing out food delivery service in more than 200 restaurants in California and Texas. If fast food restaurants can fine-tune their technology and packaging, they could find huge success with adding delivery service.
The US government has authorized cruise giant Carnival to send travelers on cruises to Cuba, pending the nation's approval. The growing interest in Cuba from private businesses and Americans could help revitalize the Cuban economy and infrastructure.
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Amazon will host Prime Day, a shopping event touted as having 'more deals than Black Friday' on July 15 for members of its premium subscription service. Prime has been a huge success for the e-retailer, and subscribers buy often and spend more on the Amazon website.
Whole Foods co-CEOs John Mackey and Walter Robb apologized Thursday for overcharging customers in New York City, claiming the overages were largely a result of worker error.
US car manufacturers reported reported robust auto sales gains for June, even though not everyone met analysts' expectations. Nissan's June US sales jumped 13.3 percent, but General Motors reported a 3 percent decrease.
JetBlue has eliminated its policy allowing all customers to check one bag for free and introduced a system that bases baggage fees on fare prices. How does JetBlue's new system compare with other airline baggage policies?
Forbes released its annual 'Celebrity 100' list on Monday, a ranking of the richest celebrities across the globe according to their earnings over the past year. Who's number one?
Nearly 42 million Americans will travel between July 1 and July 5 to celebrate Independence Day, the most in eight years, AAA said Thursday. Drivers will also see the lowest Independence Day gas prices in at least five years, though gas prices this year have been in flux.
Nearly a third of Americans say they do not have any emergency savings, according to a new report. Yet, Millennials are the most likely out of all age groups to have enough funds to cover them for a few months.
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