Timeshares, aka "fractionals," promise travelers convenient recurring trips, but in the age of the sharing economy's hospitality segment and cheap short-term rentals available, the arrangement makes less sense
Call this the high roller face-off: where do you need more money to rent?
The best news about Apple Watch: it won't be available until 2015, so no one will make the mistake of buying you one for Christmas.
Workers from McDonald's, Burger King, Pizza Hut and others have announced a planned Thursday strike to protest and dramatize their poor wages. But there's more to the story.
The question is blunt: why buy something when you can get the equivalent for free?
Could you stand to be off the grid on a personal vacation?
Use hotel business center computers at your own risk, and know the risks may be huge.
Graduate Hotels gives the overnight stay the old college try.
There is a right realtor for you, and there is a wrong one. There is no magic to it. The process is straightforward.
Loud voices are getting raised that law school - once the fast track to a guaranteed upper middleclass lifestyle - today has become a con that parts the guileless from their money.
Call it the money question: when is the right moment to buy airfare for a Thanksgiving holiday getaway? Right now.
Forget about it: You cannot afford to spend Labor Day weekend in the Hamptons (figure upwards of $1,000 per night) or Martha's Vineyard (likewise) -- and the prime places were booked long ago anyway. Here's where to go instead.
Travel hackers know things you don't - tactics for getting posh rooms, sweeter perks - and what they know lets them travel better, typically for less money than ordinary citizens pay for inferior accommodations.
Just when you thought it was dead, Google Wallet springs back to life.
It's under $300 on Amazon. Welcome to a sigh of relief.
Buried in Apple's recent quarterly earnings report is what some observers are calling the obituary for the iPad.
The news that a Russian gang stole an estimated one billion username/password combinations may hit closer to home than you realize.
If you think your state is crooked, see how it stacks up against the rest in the Union.
These are America's snobbiest towns, where anybody who rolls up in something cheaper than a late model three-series Bimmer can expect to be accosted by local gendarmes before getting to the other side of town.
Tourist destinations can be massive disappointments. Be careful before you spend to get to these locations.