Experts Warn Of Housing Bubble Signs In New York, San Francisco And Miami
It's been almost ten years since a housing bubble was last seen in the U.S. But experts are now seeing signs of a new bubble forming in three major markets.
'The Secret Life of Pets' Is the Top Dog at the Weekend Box Office
The animated film opened to huge numbers, capitalizing on its pet-centric premise during a time when domestic animals are all the rage.
Are You Going to Saddle Your Kids With Your Debt?
You want to leave your kids many things: the house, the trust fund, your aunt’s tea set. Debt, though, is not one of those things. And yet...
Here's Why Only 1 in 3 Millennials Invest in the Stock Market
Millennials are overwhelmingly abstaining from entering the markets.
'The Secret Life of Pets' Will Fetch a No. 1 Opening at the Weekend Box Office
The animated film looks to be a hit for Universal, while Fox's comedy 'Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates' might be in trouble.
Companies That Support LGBT Talent Fare Better
Openness is a lucrative asset: companies that welcome LGBT workers and executives outperform those that discriminate based on sexual orientation.
Back-to-School Shopping Actually Started Months Ago
With July 4 gone, back-to-school shopping season is in full swing. For many families, however, Memorial Day was a good enough excuse to start thinking about September.
Boomers Know Better Than To Touch Home Equity
The recession left many older homeowners feeling lucky to have their heads above water, especially with home equity becoming so valuable as they enter old age.
'Finding Dory' Takes No. 1 as 'The BFG' Flops in a Muddled Weekend for Disney
'The Legend of Tarzan' came in ahead of projections, although it is still a long-shot for profitability.
No Box Office Fireworks for 'The BFG,' 'The Legend of Tarzan'
'Finding Dory' will remain at the top, while 'The Purge: Election Year' may rise above the other newcomers.
Foreign-Owned Beer in American Clothing: What You're Drinking This July 4th
It's easy to dress the role on Independence Day, but beers brewed by folks with headquarters in Brazil, Belgium, Canada, The Netherlands and the UK stretch the definition of American.
Here's What to Buy Over July 4th Weekend
July isn't exactly full of sales, but the holiday weekend offers plenty of deals on clothing, furniture and more.
Do Common Bond's Layoffs Signal a Bump in the Road for Student Loan Refi Startups?
While looking to high-end students with pristine credit, the siren call of subprime borrowers may beckon.
Parents Who Opt Out of Workforce Face Unexpected Costs
Parents who opt to take a sabbatical from their jobs and stay at home will face many hidden opportunity costs such as lost wage growth and retirement savings.
Consumers Who Are Too Connected at Home Are at Greater Risk of Being Hacked
The rise of connected devices in the home means the probability that your security camera can be hacked is mounting as consumers are not boosting the security of their networks.
Working After Retirement Is an Increasingly Popular Choice
Most retirees report being happy with their decision to continue working after their initial retirement.
What Impact Will Brexit Have On U.S. Travel To U.K., Europe
U.K. residents have spoken, and now the British Kingdom is on its way out of the European Union. Whatever political side you're on, Brexit will impact European travel.
How That Youthful Indiscretion Could Cost You Your Next Job
Background checks are surging in popularity. That's not necessarily a good thing.
No Resurgence for 'Independence Day' Franchise at the Box Office
The sci-fi sequel underwhelmed in its opening, while "Finding Dory" continued to be big fish in the box office pond.
Why Staying Home to Raise Kids Is More Costly Than You Realize
Parents who take a break from working in order to care for their children are paying a much higher long term cost than they realize, according to a new study.
Why Brexit Will Make Your Gas Cheap This July 4th
Crude oil prices plunged Friday in the aftermath of the unforeseen results of the Brexit vote and will continue their decline in the short-term.
Ford's 'Escape the Room' Aims to Target Millennial Drivers
Sales are unlikely to be significantly affected by the immersive game experience.
Staying In School Too Long Can Hit You in Your Retirement Account Balance
Lost salaries and 401(k) contributions are among the hidden pitfalls of the six-year degree.
'Independence Day: Resurgence' Will Wage a Weak Attack on Theaters This Weekend
The sci-fi sequel from Fox will struggle to take the #1 spot from 'Finding Dory'.
How Much Does Your Health Care Actually Cost Each Year?
While your out of pocket health care costs are lower than they were, they're still substantial for older folks. Start saving now.
Are You Going to Work When You Are Over 70?
Some can't afford to retire, ever. Many just want to keep working. For a growing number of Americans, punching the clock is part of their day after age 70.
6 Top Auto Leases Right Now
Get a car you crave on a lease at a monthly note maybe half of what a purchase would entail
Is This Low Rate Period the Right Time to Look at Futures?
With the global economy still not at its strongest, many central banks have continued to keep interest rates low — is now the right time to turn to futures?
'Finding Dory' is a Whale-Sized Success for Pixar
'Finding Dory' broke the record for an animated film opening this weekend, while 'Central Intelligence' proved a little Hart can go a long way at the box office.