The money will go to an organization focused on preventing human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
A look inside the charitable giving of the industrial titan whose family announced his death Friday.
On average, people who purchased a move-in ready home spent about $250,496, while fixer-upper buyers within their budget ended up spending about $246,891 in total.
L. Rafael Reif, president of the MIT, pledged to give an equal amount of money to groups that help victims of sexual abuse.
Koch Industries employs close to 120,000 people in 50 countries.
Many Americans are struggling to pay their credit card balances in full, according to a new report.
Epstein may have made things harder for his alleged victims to obtain his assets.
The Toy Insider Editor-in-Chief, Marissa DiBartolo, on the top learning toys and gear for the new school year.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a bill Thursday that raises teachers' minimum yearly salary to $40,000.
The U.S. Justice Department makes a major bust on a business email scam ring that targeted citizens.
With a Wall Street Journal report saying the mortgage market is starting to reopen to more risky borrowers, some experts are concerned we could be on the brink of another financial crisis.
Apple is readying camera-focused pro iPhones and new iPads for their Sept. 10 announcement, according to Mobile Nations senior editor Russell Holly.
The insurers’ move mostly reflects the business’ improved finances after previous rate hikes helped revenues catch up to claims costs.
JPMorgan Chase has reportedly decided to shut down its mobile payment app, according to a report.
Credit cards can be confusing. Trying to figure out which one offers the best deal can leave consumers scratching their heads.
President Donald Trump vowed to relieve disabled veterans from the burden of federal student loans during his visit to Kentucky.
McDonald's is distributing coffee cards in a human kindness experiment.
Target's stock is up by 25 percent.
Former Toys 'R' Us CEO Jerry Storch says Americans have money and jobs, and that's why the consumer economy is doing so well.
New guidelines from The Department of Energy's Energy Star sparked a heated debate.