Some of the most expensive places to live in the U.S. are also the most expensive places to die.
If you’re interested in buying a vacation rental home, Florida is a pretty good bet, according to a new report.
Uber has decided to stop using balloons to celebrate its employees’ anniversaries at the company, according to a report.
More than half of Americans with credit card debt are making one big mistake, according to a new survey.
If you’re thinking about selling your house, you’d be better off doing it in the spring and summer months, according to Bankrate.
Thrifting is cool again, thanks to an app that's a hit with Gen Z and millenials.
Teva’s announcement comes amid a shortage of EpiPens in the U.S., Europe and Canada, due to a series of manufacturing delays at EpiPen-maker Pfizer, which produces the device at a single plant near St. Louis.
The country's health ministry said 25 people have been killed by tainted alcohol since June.
When someone dies, their debt doesn’t just go away, but it also doesn’t automatically go to their loved ones, either.
They're two of the latest celebrities to invest in a California-based fintech firm.
FoxNews.com Automotive Editor Gary Gastelu on and the future for hybrid and electric vehicles.
Weight Watchers, now known as WW, launched an app aimed at children as young as 8 years old.
Fall is coming early -- at least pumpkin spiced foods are. Here are five of the weirdest pumpkin spice-flavored products.
Moving can be stressful. And in all that stress, many mistakes will be made, but some are avoidable.
Revlon Inc. could be in for a company makeover. The cosmetics company is looking into “strategic transactions involving the Company and third parties” with the help of an “external financial advisor,” according to an SEC filing from Thursday.
Who said diamonds were only a girl’s best friend? Tiffany & Co. is hoping to diversify its traditional customer base by launching its first comprehensive jewelry collection for men in October.
In the age of credit cards and contactless purchasing, it seems unlikely that cash is going to die out, according to a new report.
Disney is the first studio to have five films gross more than $1 billion in a single year.
Government-imposter frauds have scammed people out of at least $450 million since 2014, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Sports reporter Mike Gunzelman on reports the amount of kids playing sports is dramatically decreasing due to the costs.