Scammers behind 'extended vehicle warranty' spam calls may face lifetime bans
The Federal Trade Commission announced proposed court orders that would ban the operators of the "extended vehicle warranty" scam from the telemarketing and warranty industries.
Expecting a tax refund? Smart ways to use the extra cash
If you received a tax refund this year, there are many different ways to spend your cash to benefit you in the long term, including investments and an emergency fund.
'Shark Tank's' Daymond John shares 'most exciting' investment: 'No book like this in schools'
"Shark Tank" star and FUBU founder Daymond John is teaching financial literacy to children with a new book, hoping to leave behind a learn-to-earn legacy across America.
Las Vegas to host Elite 8 March Madness game Saturday as 68M Americans place wagers
Sixty-eight million Americans are expected to place bets on March Madness games when it's all said and done. That’s 18 million more people betting compared to last month’s Super Bowl.
Investors add $117B to money market funds amid banking turmoil
Data compiled by Investment Company Institute shows market fund assets ballooned to $5.13 trillion for the week ending on Wednesday, March 22, amid the banking crisis.
Mike Rowe celebrates more students forgoing college for apprenticeships: ‘Chickens have come home to roost’
Mike Rowe isn't anti-college or anti-education, but he admits experiencing a "gratifying" feeling knowing that more U.S. students are pursuing apprenticeships over college degrees.
Eye drop recall: Florida woman sues company after eye removed
A Florida woman is suing Global Pharma Healthcare after she says her eye had to be removed after using the EzriCare Artificial Tears. Now, she says she is legally blind.
Stuart Varney: California's new 'mansion tax' is just another way to bash the rich
FOX BUSINESS' Stuart Varney criticized California's "mansion tax" designed to reduce housing costs for the homeless arguing the bill has pushed homebuyers to sell.
Ford CEO reveals EV reality: America 'cannot continue to import' batteries, earth minerals
Ford CEO Jim Farley claimed the all-American automaker would be willing to invest in domestic mining and rare earth mineral production to help EV battery supply.
Michael Jordan's billion dollar Nike deal told in Ben Affleck's 'Air'
With the release of film "Air" rapidly rapidly approaching, the partnership between Hall of Famer Michael Jordan and Nike is receiving attention - and how much its worth has grown.
Tax refunds: Everything you need to know
Tax refunds are collected when an individual overpays income taxes from the previous year. The fastest way to get a refund is to file quickly, electronically and correctly.
Biden's vaccine mandate for federal workers blocked by appeals court
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals blocked President Biden's mandate on Thursday that about 3.5 million federal employees get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Yankees remain highest-valued MLB franchise as league average revenue hits all-time high
The New York Yankees remain atop Forbes' list of MLB franchise values, coming in at $7.1 billion, which is an 18% increase from last year.
Energy Secretary Granholm insists gas stove standards will only impact high-end models: 'There's no ban'
U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told lawmakers the Department of Energy's proposed efficiency standards for electric and gas stoves will not impact the majority of cooking tops.
Drivers with poor credit scores can pay up to 60% more for car insurance
Auto insurance costs can be significantly larger for those with poor credit scores, studies show. Here’s how to raise your credit score.
Evergrande restructuring is a warning to China’s other creditors
Trading in Evergrande’s Hong Kong-listed shares and both other listed units have been suspended for about a year, after they failed to file financial reports on time.
Tax extensions: Everything you need to know
If you are unable to file your taxes by the deadline, you can apply for a tax extension. You can apply online for an extension and there are no qualifications needed to apply.
Credit Suisse write-off upends European bank capital bonds
A last minute law change allowed Switzerland to write off $17 billion in bonds, while allowing equity holders to keep their money, an unprecedented change.
J&J to seek US Supreme Court review on unit's bankruptcy
J&J hopes the Supreme Court will overrule a 3rd Circuit decision which declared bankruptcy of it's subsidiary as improper. J&J hoped the bankruptcy would save it from lawsuits.
Household bills cost Americans 42% of their salary: survey
U.S. households spend $3.87 trillion annually on household bills, according to doxo’s 2023 U.S Bill Pay Market Size & Category Breakout Report.