A California start up company says it may have solved the problem of holiday package theft.
Mark Ellwood provided his tips for cashing in on Black Friday deals days before Black Friday actually arrives.
Economists say broader immigration overhaul would drive more growth than Obama's actions
How to maximize outlet shopping on Black Friday.
The singer-songwriter is selling his historic home in Chicago.
While not everyone can be in perfect financial shape before having kids, here are some ways you can prepare for the first year.
The CEO of Craigslist posted a letter to a top U.S. government safety official today, saying that while he agrees the consumer product recall system is deeply flawed...
Critics of the food drive wonder why employees of one of the richest retailers in the world need help.
A group calling for better working conditions at Walmart is criticizing food donation campaign for workers in need, saying it's a symptom of wages being too low.
Commercial real estate making a comeback on Wall Street.
Small-town discount retailer Alco Stores to end operations following Dallas bankruptcy order
US stocks rise, pushing Dow and S&P 500 indexes further into record territory
How the Dow Jones industrial average and other major indexes fared on Friday
GameStop, Gap, Hertz, Hibbett Sports and Aruba Networks are big market movers
China cuts interest rates, ECB eyes more stimulus in efforts to reverse global slowdown
The prices of common generic drugs have skyrocketed in recent years, but the reasons remain murky, lawmakers said at a Senate hearing on Thursday.
The ABC News Fixer: Here I was, working on an investigation into recalled products lurking in people???s homes, and I find a recalled dehumidifier in my own basement.
Authorities in Maryland have warned the public about a potential holiday scam that involves the temptation of a $100 bill left on a car windshield.
Stocks surge across the globe as China attempts to jumpstart growth.
The FTC estimates that over 25 million Americans lose in excess of $2.5 billion to fraud each year, and phone scams account for a big chunk of that.
Just as investors do with stocks or bonds, people should get a grip on Social Security???s complex rules to develop a strategy to maximize returns.
Parents told of baby stroller recall.
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Car thieves are using money placed on windshields to tempt drivers out of their vehicles in Maryland.
These High School Students Are Gearing Up to Compete in First Robotics 2015 Kickoff This January
Nearly five million Graco baby strollers have been recalled due to ???fingertip amputation hazard,??? but an ABC News investigation found that if this recall goes like most s
Retailer avoiding $1 billion yearly in taxes, Americans for Tax Fairness alleges.
Brian and Julie Whitman sell GrooveBook for $14 million to Shutterfly.
Airline announced new fare structure for 2015.
Annual rate of new home construction dips, but future permits are on the rise.
Housing prices, improving economy driving sales at Home Depot.
Marley Natural, with the support of the Marley Estate, aims to start offering cannabis products by 2015.
The luxury, planned community will be the site of 400 homes at the Walt Disney World Resort.
While all of us are at risk of becoming a victim of identity theft this holiday shopping season, there???s an even bigger problem consumers need to watch for.
Enjoy open spaces and stylish living in these homes across the country.
It???s college application season, the time of year when parents of high school seniors have to quickly learn about things like the Common Application, FAFSA, SATs and student loans.
A New Jersey woman has successfully sued her estranged parents to pay for her college tuition.
With a wife and three young children, including a 5-week-old baby girl, Joel Steinhaus has a mighty long shopping list this holiday season. According to the National Retail Federation, the average US family will spend $804 on gifts this holiday season and the Steinhauses plan...
Five banks fined $3 billion for currency exchange scams.
The man investigators say was behind an expansive phony debt collection scheme highlighted in an ABC News investigation has pleaded guilty to four charges of fraud.
As the number of drivers told to immediately replace airbags continued to climb today, members of Congress called for a criminal investigation into Takata Industries, the Japanese manufacturer of the defective airbag parts being recalled, affecting nearly 8 million cars. The push by lawmakers came...