Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin thinks Americans are right to be fed up with data breaches like the massive hack at Equifax.
Shares in a London-listed mining firm fell as much as 24% on Monday after officials in Tanzania prevented it from exporting diamonds from the east African country.
If you're not worried about the Equifax hack, you should be. The hackers made off with the most crucial tools that identity thieves need to impersonate you. The worst-case scenario is a very real threat to millions of Americans.
On Monday, a jury awarded a California woman $417 million because she developed ovarian cancer and had used Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder for decades. The award includes $70 million in compensatory damages and $347 million in punitive damages.
Applications Being Accepted for Free Program That Helps Houstonians Learn How to Get Out of Debt and Become Financially Fit
Capital One Bank and Windsor Village United Methodist Church are now accepting applications for the next session of Debt Boot Camp: How to Get Out, Stay Out and Become Financially Fit!
There is no shortage of finance apps that purport to fast-track your money life. But do they save you money? Are they worth the trouble?
Australia's biggest bank just became the first financial institution to be sued over how it deals with the risk of climate change to its business.
President Trump's new chief of staff, John Kelly, is eyeing his Homeland Security spokesperson David Lapan for the role of White House communications director, two high-level administrations sources told CNNMoney.
Apple's CEO says he hopes China's intensified crackdown on internet access is only temporary. Tim Cook on Tuesday addressed the controversy over his company's recent removal of some virtual private network (VPN) apps from its China App Store, reiterating that ...
CEO Mark Parker is taking a 71% cut this year. He will make $13.9 million, mostly from stock and option awards, according to regulatory filings posted late Tuesday. Parker made $47.6 million in 2016 and was one of the best-paid ...
A one dollar investment is all it took for an 18-year-old Florida woman to win a set salary for life.
Republicans in Congress are gearing up to fight for lower tax rates. But how do you pay for those cuts? One possible solution on the table: Taxing you on your retirement savings up front.
Not long ago, Jeff Bezos took to Twitter to ask the world for charitable-giving ideas. The Amazon.com founder sought a charitable strategy that looked at the long term and soon he was inundated with suggestions.
In some parts of the world, a gap year – a year-long break between high school and college – is the norm. It's starting to catch on in the U.S. as well.
Why is retirement planning based on replacing a certain percentage of your pre-retirement income after you retire? Wouldn't it make more sense to plan on the basis of the expenses you'll face in retirement? --Nathan