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Black Friday sales and deals aren't unrivaled anymore. Here's how to use the day more effectively.
There are cheap cars for everyone from college kids to new empty nesters.
Worthless cars? Yep.
At the end of a terrible month for shopping, Presidents' Day offers some great deals on tech toys, winter gear and more.
It's a bleak month, to be sure, but February has a few deals scattered around for folks getting a case of cabin fever.
Auto manufacturers make up the wealthiest single bloc of Super Bowl advertisers, but the game has changed a bit in 2017.
The NFL isn't big on granting exclusive access to Super Bowl ads, so many of its sponsors end up facing their toughest competitors during the big game.
Some Super Bowl advertisers spend a lot more than others, but this bunch in particular has done a lot of the heavy lifting lately.
Certified pre-owned vehicles introduced inspections and warranties to used-car sales, but they don't help buyers who can't afford them or won't read the fine print.
Unless you hate paying for maintenance, selling a car or riding around in something less than new for too long, just buy the car already.
A car's sticker price doesn't tell the whole story, especially when financing costs alone can tack on thousands to a vehicle's costs over the years.
Volkswagen and the U.S. government are hammering out a plan to reimburse drivers for diesel vehicles with faulty emissions, but the drama has already depreciated their value.
Laden with student loan debt, unsure of the cost of vehicle ownership and drawn to cities with public transit, college graduates aren't looking for the sweetest ride they can buy.
Volkswagen owners who were lied to about the mileage of their diesel-powered vehicles don't have to ditch VW altogether, but there are better options than what they were driving.
Legacy gym operators, hotels, private equity and venture capitalists are all looking to invest in fitness operations due to changing industry trends and favorable economics.
This is not been an easy week for traders and investors alike. So we reached out to our pros for some of their favorite investment tips to help you stay calm as the market gyrates. Watch.
Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg are finally doing needed damage control. And the remedies Facebook has offered should help appease consumers and regulators.
General Electric stock continues to make new lows. However, there's no reason to believe that it has bottomed yet.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Tenneco Inc is the #79 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity. To make that list, a stock must have repurchased at least 5% of its outstanding shares over the trailing twelve month period.
The investment fundamentals in the solid waste sector haven't peaked, say analysts at Stifel.
European stocks and U.S. equity futures traded lower Thursday as investors brace for the next shot in a brewing global trade war as President Donald Trump is set to unveil $50 billion in new tariffs targeted towards China's consumer technology sector.
Outside of the very short-term, the plan's earnings targets are much easier to achieve than its revenue targets.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he is willing to testify before Congress and is open to regulation in light of the social media giant's data breach scandal; U.S. stock futures lower as Wall Street braces for the fallout from $50 billion in tariffs targeted toward China.
Trump administration policies are great for corporate profits, but they're being promoted by policymakers whose behavior and instincts would render them anathema in any well-run company.