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Some unscrupulous companies and authors pay for positive online reviews, but stores are starting to fight back.
Individual stores charge fewer fees for their branded gift cards than all-purpose ones issued by banks and credit card companies.
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New Occupy Wall Street movement focuses on a debt buyout of the people and by the people.
When Elizabeth Warren was elected as the newest Senator from Massachusetts, a collective groan could be heard coming from Wall Street.
The stock market is down, the fiscal cliff is looming, and a divided nation has investors worried.
Jeanne Salvatore with the Insurance Information Institute provides homeowners with helpful insurance claim advice.
Having a lower income level can negatively affect decision-making, a study finds. The upside? The findings can be used to help improve financial outcomes for the poor.
Many American shoppers are sick of holiday music being played in stores right after Halloween, and want them to hold off on holiday spirit until after Thanksgiving.
Don’t break the bank this holiday season.
Bogus credit card charges occur very frequently, and credit card companies along with consumers are stepping up their vigilance to combat it.
College students in Lexington, Va., discuss the presidential candidates' economic plans.
Study links Republicans in Congress with the richest 1 percent getting wealthier.
Explore.org's polar bear lodge cam is now live from Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.
Despite improvements since 2009, worries about retirement finances still vex many Americans, especially those with less education and low income.
The New York Times has announced from a tip that the national bookseller was hit by a wave of credit card and PIN number thefts, stolen through tampered PIN pads.