U.S. stock futures lower; Twitter reaches into the debt markets; RadioShack to report earnings; Lululemon's profit falls but tops forecasts.
By Jerry Kronenberg
You may think you're covered when you get insurance with a credit-card car rental, but analysis finds that the coverage they provide sometimes excludes SUVs, overseas rentals and more.
By Juliette Fairley
Low-income smokers may still prefer to purchase marijuana on the street even if marijuana were legalized across the country. Here's why.
Regulators continue to tighten the screws on big banks like Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs, and investors just aren't getting paid to take the risk.
Banks netted $27 per family from swipe fees as parents rushed to get kids' school supplies for the fall semester.
By Brian O'Connell
Bank profit margins on swipe fees can be as high as 10,000%, while the retailer might get 2% and we get higher prices.
U.S. stock futures fall; Apple unveils two larger-screen iPhones; Dollar General goes hostile in bid for Family Dollar; Microsoft in talks to buy maker of 'Minecraft' videogame.
The bankruptcy filing by Trump Entertainment Resorts is the latest example of the decline of the U.S. middle class, along with the struggles of retailers like J.C. Penney and Sears.
GFI Group (GFIG) shares are climbing after BGC Partners (BGCP) announced a hostile takeover bid offer of $675 million.
That number rises the further you slide down the income scale, too, with 44% Americans earning less than $30,000 a year having more debt than savings.
Someone with a history of collection actions for medical bills should see a bump of 25 points, which could make the difference between being denied a loan and getting one.
U.S. stock futures trade mixed; Apple is expected to release a new iPhone on Tuesday; Home Depot confirms a data breach; General Mills to buy Annie's.
Without the overhang of litigation costs, the bank's stock can only go higher.
By Brian O'Connell
You may not know it, but you stand a much greater chance of falling victim to identity theft today than
Shares of Bank of America are rising in early trade after the stock was upgraded to Buy from Neutral this morning by analysts at Goldman Sachs.
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