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While many U.S. consumers see no problem with opening credit cards and spending upwards of $500 without their partner knowing, they're only hurting themselves.
02/11/16 - 02:40 PM EST
A Fed rate hike isn't great for credit cards or new mortgages, but it won't be a burden on your holdings if you stay in for the long haul.
02/10/16 - 12:13 PM EST
When it comes to what people are looking for in their ideal Valentine's Day date, don't ignore Cupid's lesser-known weapon: fiscal responsibility.
02/09/16 - 12:01 PM EST
The gulf between the Academy Award nominees for Best Picture and the top-grossing films of the year isn't closing, despite those lists sharing a member.
02/08/16 - 01:43 PM EST
Market volatility, global instability and rising interest rates can toy with your heart, but you'll need to be rational to weather them all.
02/08/16 - 10:37 AM EST
Hyundai is the NFL's official auto sponsor, but that isn't going to stop Mini from paying millions to try to get people to stop labeling it a small car company.
02/07/16 - 01:00 PM EST
With commercials during Super Bowl 50 costing between $4.5 million and $5 million for 30 seconds, a first-time advertiser is taking a big leap of faith.
02/07/16 - 12:40 PM EST
From bailed-out automakers to out-of-vogue beverage companies, there is no shortage of brands willing to spend millions on a Super Bowl makeover.
02/07/16 - 11:40 AM EST
If your New Year's resolution isn't toast by now, companies from Frito-Lay to Taco Bell are going to do whatever they can to add to your Super Bowl calorie count.
02/07/16 - 11:20 AM EST
Stout and porter are relatively unloved throughout the year as bitter, more hop-laden beers thrive. A shame, since these examples are absolutely decadent.
02/06/16 - 11:52 AM EST
Not only does NFL want new buildings and upwards of $600 million in public funding before giving a city a Super Bowl, it wants other sacrifices as well.
02/06/16 - 11:00 AM EST
When sponsors are spending millions on halftime entertainment and networks have billions wrapped up in broadcast rights, halftime shows need to keep Super Bowl viewers on the couch.
02/06/16 - 10:40 AM EST