Dynamic pricing, similar to Uber, is coming to Wendy's. The chain will invest in new high-tech digital menus to adjust prices depending on restaurant traffic.
Citigroup announced a net loss of $1.8 billion in the fourth quarter.
The U.S. government’s total debt was fast approaching $34 trillion as of Friday afternoon, according to the latest numbers from the U.S. Treasury.
Just a fraction of homes for sale in 2023 were affordable for the typical American
The cost of goods — such as used cars, furniture and appliances — has fallen for six straight months.
Redfin says its the biggest annual price drop in rents since 2020.
The Federal Reserve kept its key interest rate unchanged Wednesday for a third straight time.
Still need to send out your holiday cards? It will cost you more this year.
Kevin McCallister's grocery list in the classic film "Home Alone" has gone from $19.83 in 1990 to $72.28 in 2023.
A new analysis has revealed how much more money Americans need now to meet the cost of living standards seen in 2021– prior to a rise in inflation.
The Associated Press reported that home sales continue to decline but prices continue to climb.
Realtor.com reviewed data for the largest metropolitan areas in the United States to find emerging housing markets that offer a lower cost of living and thriving economies that are not too crowded.
The rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage now stands at 7.63%.
The White House calls hydrogen essential to achieving Biden's "vision of a strong, clean energy economy” and net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. by 2050.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine caused oil and gas prices to surge last year.
Tim Gurner, a multi-millionaire CEO of Gurner Group, a real estate company founded in 2013, said at a conference that COVID-19 created a work culture in which employees' attitudes and work ethic deteriorated.
U.S. home prices recently faced their sharpest rise since November.
Vacation hotspots across the country saw vacancy rates as high as 20% this summer
The continued strength of the U.S. economy could require further interest rate increases, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said.
More Gen Z and millennials are saying “I do…not."