Putin lamented the latest U.S. sanctions against Russia, saying they will hurt Russian and American businesses.
U.S. passports have them. And these days, many more U.S. credit cards are starting to carry them, too. Read more »
Customers who bought health insurance on the overhaul's public exchanges can expect a flurry of reports about big price hikes and some decreases for 2015 as insurers finalize their rates over the... Read more »
Visa and MasterCard are renewing a push to speed the adoption of microchips into U.S. credit and debit cards in the wake of recent high-profile data breaches, including this week's revelation that... Read more »
Protesters were arrested after crossing a barricade outside McDonald's headquarters on Wednesday, as hundreds demonstrated to call attention to the low pay earned by fast-food workers. Read more »
The Eccles family presents an award for economic writing to two of India's most progressive thinkers in economics and poverty--on the even of India's biggest election. Read more »
Target reported a 16 percent drop in first-quarter earnings as a massive customer data breach and a troubled expansion in Canada continue to batter the retailer. Read more »
In the wake of the recession, credit card companies are fighting for the best customers by offering 0 percent introductory interest cards — some that are at 0 percent interest for as long as... Read more »
Wall Street has caught a case of the jitters. Read more »
A thousand days on from its near-economic collapse, Portugal is ready to stand on its own again and is promising not to go back to its bad old spend-happy ways. Read more »
A new study finds that close to half of potential home buyers are so afraid they will not qualify for a mortgage that they do not even try. Read more »
Have you factored funeral costs into your retirement budget? Read more »
It’s May: The school year is winding down; summer travel plans are revving up. Whether it’s a road trip on the nation’s freeways or a jet flight across the world, chances are... Read more »
That’s the question posed this week by Lindsay Gellman of The Wall Street Journal, who wrote that the answer is often split. Read more »
Colorado lawmakers have approved the world's first financial system for the marijuana industry, a network of uninsured cooperatives designed to give pot businesses a way to access basic banking... Read more »
Patents are at the center of the ongoing struggle between Samsung and Apple. But what does that mean for everyday Americans? Read more »
Since 1966, residents 65 or older have been able to sign up for Medicare, the federal government’s health plan for seniors. But there are now private plans available, as well as a drug plan,... Read more »
sinski, 51, doesn’t really know how a string of fraudulent charges ranging from as little as $3.19 for some odd outfit in Missouri to $434.10 at a Fry’s Electronics in another state... Read more »
The Bureau of Economic Analysis' advance estimate of the U.S. economy showed the country's economy grew, but only by a little. Read more »
A plurality of Americans are aware that income inequality has increased over the past decade, according to a poll by the Pew Research Center, but pinpointing the reason why is politically divided. Read more »
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index rose 3.7 points to 102.9 from March to April, according to a new report. The index has now increased for six consecutive months. Read more »
What is big data? And why is it something that people are worrying about? Read more »
For three decades, the U.S. middle class enjoyed a rare financial advantage over the wealthy: lower mortgage rates. Read more »
Euphoria gripped Portugal during the 1974 Carnation Revolution, when junior army officers swept away a four-decade dictatorship. The almost bloodless coup brought what for the Portuguese were... Read more »
Burger King reported a higher first-quarter profit as cost-cutting offset weak sales in the U.S. Read more »
Ford Motor Co.'s worldwide sales rose in the first quarter, propelled by growing strength in Asia and Europe. But weakness in North America dragged down the company's profit. Read more »
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