Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth increased by more than $29 billion between your morning coffee and your lunch break.
The US economy added a stunning 353,000 jobs last month, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data released Friday, registering a stronger-than expected gain to kick off 2024.
Tesla is recalling 2.2 million of its vehicles on US roads because the font size of the warning lights on its display is too small, according to federal safety regulators.
Tax season officially opens today, January 29, 2024, and while most may not be prepared to file returns yet, early preparation can save money and alleviate stress before the filing deadline in April.
The US economy remained shockingly robust in the fourth quarter to close out a remarkably strong 2023 as consumers and businesses continued to spend, crushing expectations of a recession.
Microsoft became the second-ever company worth $3 trillion on Wednesday as the artificial intelligence boom sent shares of the company’s stock soaring higher.
The US economic picture of the last few years has been defined by an ultra-strong labor market. But new online job posting data suggests a possible slowdown: Total job postings on online job site Indeed have fallen more than 15% ...
Rachael Gambino and Garrett Mazzeo planned their financial life by the book: They went to college, paid down debt, saved aggressively, got married, bought a house, started a family. The dream.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Wednesday said it is proposing a rule that would curb excessive overdraft fees charged to customers of large banks and credit unions, potentially saving consumers as much as $3.5 billion a year.
As if Boeing needed any more bad news, a scathing report from Wall Street on Tuesday sent its stock sinking sharply. The report cast doubt on Boeing’s ability to pass a new federal safety audit.
It’s no secret that Bill Gates is bullish on artificial intelligence, but he’s now predicting that the technology will be transformative for everyone within the next five years.
Markets were anything but predictable last year. Investors aren’t looking to get caught flat-footed again.
The Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge, the Personal Consumption Expenditures price index, measured 2.6% annually in November. So, getting that number down to the Fed’s 2% target should happen in no time, right?
The US inflation picture greatly improved in 2023, and so have Americans’ attitudes about it.
Here’s something sure to make Elon Musk smile – short sellers, those investors who placed bets that the value of Tesla shares were going to go down, lost a combined $12.2 billion last year, more than short sellers lost on ...