Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card info exposed by a computer virus found on systems at stores in 24 states.
Fears of work piling up could be putting a dent in vacation plans. A new survey says 40 percent of Americans don’t take all of their time off.
Ever get the feeling your calls are being ignored? In the age of smartphones and caller ID, we all know it happens, but what can be done?
Stocks mostly rose after a report from the Federal Reserve's last meeting showed some officials want a "relatively prompt" rate hike.
Almost 85 years after it started making Twinkies snacks, the Schiller Park, Ill., bakery is turning off its ovens for good.
Russia ordered the temporary closure of four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow for sanitary violations against a backdrop of worsening U.S.-Russian ties.
Will the escalating shenanigans of Uber and Lyft hurt consumers, or is it just good old-fashioned competition?
A Hamas spokesman warned airlines against landing at Ben Gurion International Airport starting at 6 a.m. Thursday.
$100 equals $100, right? Not if you're spending it in different states.
Stocks rose although investors adopted a cautious tone before the release of Federal Reserve minutes that could signal a change in monetary policy.
Macy's also agrees it will adopt new policies on police access to its security camera monitors and against profiling.
Honda's Accord and Civic models top the list of the most stolen vehicles in the United States.
If you thought buying textbooks, desk lamps, and extra-long sheets would be your child's biggest headache on the way to college, think again.
Safety regulators unveiled a more precise way for vehicle owners to search online to find out if their cars have been recalled by the manufacturer.
Stocks slipped after discount-retailer Target reduced its full-year forecast and investors watched the Fed for signs of a change in monetary policy.
The repo man is getting very busy.
Though Venezuela's 1989 gas hike led to deadly riots, its 60 percent inflation rate is leading officials to talk of raising its bargain basement prices.
They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills peanut butters and MaraNatha almond butters and peanut butters.
The proposition reportedly has returned frosty responses from the three final candidates: Coldplay, Rihanna and Katy Perry.
The bottles feature familiar characters such as Dora the Explorer, Hello Kitty, SpongeBob Square Pants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Stocks climbed as strong economic reports offered a benign view on inflation and cast a better-than-anticipated light on the housing market.
The Obama administration says it plans to change the way travelers can ask to be removed from its no-fly list of suspected terrorists.
Former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer will leave the software company's board with immediate effect, to run the NBA's Clippers.
The social media stunt may be unleashing a new model for the $300 billion-a-year business of charitable giving.
The company has brought on the former campaign manager and top adviser as a senior vice president of policy and strategy.
Spread the word, Nutella prices could be under pressure.
Constellation Brands, which imports Corona beer from Mexico, is recalling select packages because bottles may contain small particles of glass.
The penthouse has a kitchen on each floor, five bedrooms, a private home-cinema, sauna and a swimming pool -- and a whopping price tag.