The reality star reportedly bought the singer's home in Calabasas, Calif.
Why is medical identity theft one of the most common forms of identity theft and growing?
Today's jobs report revealed a spike in those out of work more than 6 months.
Newedge's Robbert Van Batenburg breaks down the real story behind jobs report.
The conviction of two men for conspiring to sell whitening-chemical trade secrets to China “was a shot heard around the world,” a former federal prosecutor told "Good Morning America."
The digital pseudo-currency has created $7.5 billion worth of value.
The U.S. added 175,000 jobs in February, and the unemployment rate ticked up to 6.7 percent from 6.6 percent. At least that’s the government’s best guess — these initial estimates nearly always get revised, sometimes significantly.
A New York woman’s decision to not throw away but instead focus on the numbers tucked inside her fortune cookie earned her a $2 million payday. Emma Duvoll, 75, of the Bronx, used the numbers printed on the back of her fortune slip as Powerball...
Easy come, easy go. Companies that were once the darlings of malls and shoppers recently have made headlines for financial struggles.
Morning Money Memo… The Labor Department says 175,000 new jobs were created in February, more than expected, and good news for Wall Street investors. Stock futures jumped on the news. The US unemployment rate rose slightly to 6.7 percent. January’s job creation estimate was also...
The cost of higher education has been skyrocketing lately, but a tax benefit might be able to take a little sting out of the expense. For the past five years, the tax code has offered the American Opportunity Credit. “You could receive as much as...
Pharrell increased the price of his Miami home by $99,000.
Automotive students and faculty at a community college in Washington are distraught, after learning that the schools beloved 1992, one of a kind, $250,000 Dodge Viper, has been ordered to be destroyed by the cars manufacture, Chrysler.
Rebecca Jarvis reveals what you need to know on Real Biz 3.6.2014.
INC. Magazine's Eric Schurenberg reveals how the best companies in America are thriving.
Brazil's taps Waze to prevent World Cup road rage.
Kinsa smart thermometer tracks disease to prevent you from getting sick.
Rebecca Jarvis reveals what you need to know on Real Biz 3.4.2014.
Kid-friendly, robots designed to create the world next generation of programmers.
Stella and Dot helps you start your own boutique-jewelry business.
Farnoosh Torabi gives tips on the right way to approach your boss for a raise.
Four-letter words can ruin a lot of things in life – a nice family dinner, a job interview, your relationship with your mother. But there's one four-letter word that can wreak such havoc on your life that you won't be able to live in the place you want, drive the car you prefer or even get the cellphone plan you like.
Tech bloggers are warning about a scam that tricks a phone owner's caller ID to display a real Verizon Wireless tech support number, duping people into providing personal information to fraudsters.
If you typically mail in your tax returns, you may want to reconsider this year.
Orient-Express Hotels is re-branding its trains, hotels and travel experiences.
Target Corp. revealed the financial mess that was left by last year's security breach that exposed personal information of millions of customers led to $17 million in net expenses in the last three months of 2013.
Why are defense stocks soaring? Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel earlier this week proposed cuts that would shrink the size of America's fighting force to pre-WWII levels and eliminate costly weapons programs. Yet the stocks of Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and other leading defense contractors are at or near 52-week highs.
Bonds are widely viewed as a low-risk investment that can fortify overall portfolios against the ups and downs of stocks. Yet, while they can reduce risk to portfolios through diversification, bonds themselves present risks that most investors aren't aware of.
Billionaire Warren Buffett, the second-richest person in the U.S., will be releasing his annual letter to shareholders on Saturday, but in the meantime, he gave fans and investors a taste of "The Oracle's" wisdom in an excerpt.
A New Jersey woman, Jennifer Fragoso, is suing Dunkin' Donuts for burns caused, she says, by hot apple cider that was too hot. The suit, filed February 11th, follows national Burn Awareness Week and comes 20 years after McDonalds' famous "hot coffee lawsuit."
Closing credit cards will never help your credit score. The question is if closing accounts will hurt your credit score.
Hobbies provide a great way to relax from the daily grind.
These costs should make you consider an itemized return.
To buy a median-priced house, hopeful homebuyers on a budget can command much lower salaries in Cleveland than in San Francisco and San Diego.
As the bull market roared in the 1990s and fortunes were made (and lost in the tech-stock crash of 2000), there came into vogue among some investors a practice known as socially responsible investing, or SRI.
As a married couple, you probably share almost everything. But is that such a good idea when it comes to filing taxes?
Would you mind if a dozen strangers sat in on your next doctor visit?