With many employers instituting work-from-home policies in March, these young professionals are taking advantage.
Young renters are opting in for units with co-living spaces for the affordability and sense of community.
There may be another housing boom on the horizon if you ask Nicholas Wealth Management president David Nicholas.
While on the whole Americans are leaving high-tax states like New York, Millennials who have saved their money well are moving in.
Randstad US conducted a compensation insights survey and released the results late last month.
The survey was based on the tendencies of over 1,000 people spanning the baby boomer to millennial generations.
TD Ameritrade's recent survey reveals which generation tips most generously and which service professionals are tipped most.
Fridays' changes are geared toward expanding the chain's appeal in a society where technology is placing almost everything people need in the palms of their hands.
Roth Capital Partners' annual survey uncovered millennials' shopping preferences.
Billionaire investor Tim Draper said bitcoin is the key for millennials who want to ensure they have enough money in retirement
Millennials are moving out of high-tax states and many have found a new home in San Antonio.
Brian Moshayedi, 30, told FOX Business how he invested in luxury student housing as a 19-year-old.
Zach Johnson shows the day-to-day process behind farming.
Instagram influencers Jack Morris and Lauren Bullen spoke to FOX Business about their careers and building their house in Bali.
"If we're going into a depression, where there's going to be hardship, people will wait until they have enough, and then they'll have babies," Art Laffer said.
According to a survey by LendingTree, 61 percent of Americans are dreading the winter holidays.
Millennials are finding themselves spending more in malls because of experiential shopping.
Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung are part of the F.I.R.E. Movement, which stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early.
'People [are] spending more money on experience and services,' said Tom McGee.
Instead of paying off a mortgage or paying rent, Will and Kristin Watson just have to pay for gas and insurance on their bus.