In a lawsuit filed last year, AJ Vandermeyden alleged, among other things, that Tesla ignored complaints of 'pervasive harassment' of female employees and paid her less than men doing the same work.
Did a US Court of Appeals accidentally settle a long-raging grammatical debate?
While you can always snag solid last-minute travel deals, when you're booking airfare your best chance to save comes from buying early – but not too early.
Retailers hope to get some of that money, but so do debt collectors, buy-here-pay-here car lots and purveyors of interest-free loans that come with fat fees.
The Chevy Bolt is really impressive. But does it measure up to a Tesla? One driver finds out.
Here are a few questions to ask yourself before you make your next move, and some smart ways to save money if you decide buying is the way to go.
So you’ve come into some money? First, get excited. Then, figure out how to make the most out of that money.
As passive management draws in more and more investors, it’s easy to overlook some of the advantages active management can add to a portfolio.
At Volkswagen's annual conference, the company's chief executive, Matthias Mueller, said he is leaving the door open to a potential merger with Fiat Chrysler.
The return is a case study for why the Alternative Minimum Tax, for all its flaws, serves a useful purpose. But it’s mostly strong evidence that the basic law desperately needs fixing.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau arguably has done as much to change the financial lives of consumers as any other government agency in history. But now it's under threat of being dismantled.
The Trump administration promises to review Obama-era fuel-economy standards that helped spur the electric car market. But federal policies aren't all that matters.
Bill Gates recently offered a simple solution to the problem of automation: Tax the robots. But that premise raises several thorny issues.
A new report concludes that global food waste amounts to economic losses of $940 billion per year and gives recommendations for curbing it.
Ivanka Trump's former company will focus instead on 'fashion jewelry' at prices more accessible to the average shopper.
Thomas McInerney, who replaces outgoing CEO Marissa Mayer in running what's left of the tech-giant-turned-investment-fund, is set to make twice what his predecessor was paid, for what some observers are saying is a much easier job.
California's DMV is considering rules that would allow self-driving cars without steering wheels and pedals to be tested on public roads, and that would do away with driver's licenses in some cases.
The word 'bills' used to be synonymous with 'fixed expenses.' But there’s nothing fixed about many of the bills a typical household pays today.