Security and shoplifting experts say thieves have become emboldened by soft-on-crime policies and led retailers to adopt drastic measures to combat theft.
"Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort argued more young people would benefit from financial literacy classes and said for most degrees college has proved to be "a waste of time."
US Army veteran Jason Nelson shared why prepping has become more mainstream and how his freeze-dried beef company can help families supplement their emergency stockpile.
A recent viral video of a woman touting that she received a full refund after returning a two-year-old couch to Costco Wholesale divided the internet.
Local leaders and anti-crime activists shared why they think crime is rising in Oakland after businesses like In-N-Out shuttered a store in the Bay Area City.
Home Depot recently started selling a replica of the sword used in the film, "Braveheart," prompting jokes from customers on the home improvement store's website.
Young adults report at higher rates a lack of contentment with their finances, according to a new survey, with 45% saying they are "obsessed" with the idea of being rich.
A Reddit post asking users to share what items' costs surprised them most when shopping was flooded with responses about the high price of food amid persistent inflation.
Workforce experts explained how attitudes towards work have shifted with Generation Z, and how employers have misunderstood these young adults' aspirations.