"Affordability will continue declining in 2019."
"People are really struggling."
Trump is overstating progress on trade negotiations with China, and investors are noticing.
An unexpected hospitalization, doctors who claim to be in your insurance network but aren’t, treatment for chronic diseases that force you to rack up credit card debt — sure, there's no price on good health, but tell that to the debt collectors.
To the internet: Thank you for your amazing power and work in our lives.
On Monday, the first international meeting of hotel representatives and city officials will be held in New York to discuss ways to regulate Airbnb and other platforms.
Hurricanes, overharvesting, and a really bad oil spill have brought down the Gulf's oyster populations to historic lows.
Voters around the country wanted more action from the government on housing affordability.
Apple shares fell Friday after the company said it would no longer report unit sales of iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
Fewer people bought homes this year. The obvious culprit: worsening affordability.
Uber Eats already has doubled the number of restaurants on its platform this year to 160,000.
Love it or hate it, Sears has been a big part of people's lives for a long, long time.
You could literally buy a new car every year for the amount it costs to insure a family.
The company believes people want all sorts of water.
A lawsuit alleges LaCroix contains ethyl butanoate, limonene, linalool, and linalool propionate. Should you be worried?
Gmail’s Smart Compose: “Equally prescient and creepy.”
If the Great Recession was 10 years ago, why does it feel like it was yesterday? Millennials share their stories of how their lives are still affected by last decade's financial crisis.
Health officials, who are looking at how to apply blockchain technology to public health issues, consulted with Walmart on improving food supply traceability.
The story of millennials is rooted in coping in the aftermath of the Great Recession. Tell us how you still feel its impact 10 years later.
The restaurant chain is looking for ideas in alternative farming, agriculture technology, food waste, and plant and alternative products.