Take our money, Disney can.
The studio giant has unveiled new official merchandise modeled after the Child -- better known as Baby Yoda -- from "The Mandalorian." As of Thursday, multiple wide-eyed, green-skinned items ...Read more
There's a big reason why Americans pay about twice as much for healthcare as people in other developed countries, and it's not corporate greed or political cowardice, although those are also factors.
Uber and Lyft owe their great popularity to customer-friendly features such as short waiting times, low fares and the convenience of hailing a cab and paying by smartphone.
But with these virtues come multiple drawbacks, ...Read more
The typical American man needs to work 53 weeks to pay for the basics of middle-class family life, while for a woman whose sole breadwinner the number is 66 weeks, according to a new study.
That figure for 2018 compares ...Read more
Uber is not just about the app. It now has a new Florida phone number to hail a ride.
While the service is geared toward older people or those who like talking to a real person, anyone can use it. Just call 833-USE-UBER ...Read more
The IRS is taking to the streets to track down high-income earners who aren't filing federal income tax returns or paying taxes.
A new step in an ongoing effort involves making roughly 800 face-to-face visits in the next ...Read more
BALTIMORE -- A floral silk shirt with gold leaf buttons hangs on a rack at the DifferentRegard boutique, along with a "Trilogy" dress that can be worn three ways. Two Baltimore natives designed all the unique fashions sold...Read more
Let's give credit where credit is due: President Trump and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt put in a full day's work Wednesday.
Of course, the work they were doing served only a small cadre of rich farmers, not you and ...Read more
Rarely is there is a shortage of distractions for investors. The coronavirus, politics, or a presidential Tweet can grab investors' attention and wildly swing the market's pendulum between fear and greed.
That's why ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Nicole Doucet and Jess Page were met with skepticism when they first tried to persuade retailers to sell their brand of bottled water. Consumers, the young entrepreneurs were told during those early sales calls ...Read more
Dodge expands the high-performance Charger lineup for 2020 by adding a Widebody exterior to America's only four-door muscle car.
The Charger SRT Hellcat with the best-in-class supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8 engine is now...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- SpaceX created excitement in 2018 when it said it would build its Mars spaceship and rocket at the Port of Los Angeles, striking a deal to lease a swath of Terminal Island for the purpose.
Early last year, ...Read more
3M Co. will pay $55 million to settle a PFAS water contamination lawsuit brought by the Michigan maker of Hush Puppies shoes.
The agreement announced Thursday after the markets closed will "resolve all legal claims" ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Wood is having a moment in the world of architecture.
Cities such as Milwaukee and Minneapolis are going all-in on an innovative type of wood whose boosters claim takes less energy to produce than concrete or ...Read more
The primary season has only just begun, yet analysts with Deutsche Bank said the race for the presidential nominee in the Democratic Party is looking better for health insurers.
In a research report published this week, ...Read more
As 47 models strutted down the catwalk at the Victoria's Secret fashion show in New York, billionaire Les Wexner was flying high.
It was 2015 and his L Brands Inc. -- which started with a single shop in Ohio five decades ...Read more
Some people have an easier time finding an apartment than others, and it has nothing to do with their ability to pay rent.
According to a new Zillow analysis, renters of color are disproportionately more likely than white...Read more
Wall Street hammered ViacomCBS Thursday, underlining the stiff challenges the traditional media company faces as it struggles to compete in the streaming age.
Shares plummeted 15% to about $30 a share in early morning ...Read more
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland president Loretta Mester said the coronavirus poses a risk to the global economy, but that hasn't changed her forecast for continued growth of about 2% in the U.S. this year.
"I'm ...Read more
Q: Our condominium recently let go off a popular employee. Several residents are upset and want him rehired. They are threatening to withhold their monthly dues until the board of directors gives in to their demands. What ...Read more
- 'We just want to show good films': A rare black-owned movie theater in Maryland celebrates its first anniversary
- Pressure mounts on Ford CEO Jim Hackett as stock drops to 52-week low
- Your Tesla could explain why it crashed. But good luck getting its Autopilot data
- Warren Buffett says Apple is probably the 'best business' in the world
- Tesla rival sets out to banish 160-year-old lead tech from cars