With Wall Street closed for Labor Day, markets around the world drift
North Carolina offered $100M to lure Toyota headquarters but lost to Texas bid half that size
Showboat, Revel and Trump Plaza are all shutting their doors during the next two weeks.
Startup of European pressurized nuclear reactor in Finland further delayed until 2018
Norwegian oil firm Statoil reopens plant in Algeria after 5 workers killed in terror attack
The picture-perfect Point Dume estate is on the market for $6.995 million.
What may be worse than a "case of the Mondays?" How about the day after a three-day weekend? Here are some steps to help ease the transition back to work.
Heineken sells Mexican packaging business to Crown for $1.23 billion
Emaar Properties, developer of the Dubai Mall, to list part of its retail unit on stock market
Youâ€™ve watched enough Tarantino to know you should only bring a knife to a gunfight if youâ€™re Uma Thurman.
South American fast-food chains use Florida as gateway to the US market
Is the stock rally almost over or does it have legs? The bull and bear cases
Stock hits record high on expansion news.
A slice of wedding cake from the royal wedding in 1981 was purchased.
Drivers may see $3 gas prices in some parts of the country through the fall.
Rebecca Jarvis reveals what you need to know this week on Real Biz 8.29.2014.
Exact Sciences innovative FDA approved, Cologuard test helps patients detect cancer early & more easily.
Chef Richard Sandoval talks U.S. Open & how booming food trucks trend impacts stationary restaurants.
Zady launches their own farm-to-fashion timeless clothing line.
As blockbuster season winds down, superheroes couldn't save Hollywood from summer slump.
One small mountain town in Colorado is apparently "up for whatever."
Abercrombie & Fitch to stop using logos.
Mega-bank is one of five companies breached by hackers with supposed Russian ties.
At the International Property Rights Center in Washington D.C., director Lev Kubiak said selling counterfeit items was a â€œvery, very lucrative business.â€? â€œI think most Americans have no ideaâ€? just how much of what theyâ€™re buying is actually fake, Kubiak said. Related: Can you spot...
The luxurious jewelry company beat analyst expectations on all counts.
Homes Under $500,000 in College Towns
Katie Holmes and Suri are leaving New York for the West Coast.
ABC News Fixer tries to track down slippery company after reader loses $1,500.
Sotheby's Hong Kong is presenting an "internally flawless" 8.41-carat fancy vivid purple-pink diamond for sale on Oct. 7, 2014 in Hong Kong.
This list was reverse-engineered by people who know. It comes from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, the umbrella group that includes Consumer Credit Counseling Service, the in-the-trenches non-profit that helps people pick up the pieces when they screw up their finances in colossal fashion.
Some parents are now keeping their adult children on their health insurance plans thanks to the Affordable Care Act. That law requires healthcare plans that offer dependent coverage to make the coverage available until a child reaches the age of 26. But just because parents are willing to pay for their kidâ€™s health insurance, it doesnâ€™t mean they want to pay for all their medical expenses. Yet, because the insurance policy is in their name, some parents are getting bills for their kids and are worried that if they donâ€™t take care of them, their credit is at risk.
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When given the chance to test a smartphone that claims to be built for abuse, I jumped at the opportunity.
Need another reason to complain about your airline seatmate? He or she may have spent less than half what you did for the ticket.
Scoring deals and saving money can be some of the best parts about shopping. Summer is a great time to shop, because retailers know that consumers are using their money for vacations, retreats and weekend activities. Combine that with tons of end-of-season leftovers, and it can really be the perfect time to hit the stores. It doesnâ€™t matter if you are shopping at thrift shops, websites with super deals and free shipping, or just taking advantage of the seasonal sales. If you are looking for deals, you will definitely find them â€“ you just have to know what to shop for.
ABC News Fixer solves a billing mystery, saves a reader hundreds.
Complaints about pesky telemarketers continue to tick off consumers, making it the fastest-growing gripe of 2013, according to consumer protection offices around the country.
Under federal law, unsolicited automated calls to your cell are illegal.
As thousands of Detroit residents struggle without water, one woman is reaching out to an unlikely source to pay her overdue bill: PETA.
Before you hire a lawyer to help, heed the ABC News Fixerâ€™s warning.
Learn strategies for getting your luggage back with little hassle.
ABC News' Matt Gutman has tips on how to make those long minutes a little easier.
The next time a telemarketer calls you, donâ€™t think of the phone ringing, think of it cha-chinging! Whatâ€™s that you say? Youâ€™re on the National Do-Not-Call list? Me too, but I still get calls. And thatâ€™s both obnoxious â€”and an opportunity!