Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, but the holiday shopping season is still in full swing.
Here are three more gadgets I’ve been reviewing that I think would make nice gifts.
The prices listed here are ...Read more
Several times every week, someone makes a comment similar to this one that I found in my inbox today: "It's so hard to stay current with Social Security because the rules are changing constantly!"
I guess I can understand...Read more
Q: We live part time on the East Coast, close to the ocean. The exposure to salt air accelerates corrosion. Do you have any suggestions on what we can do to minimize this? Also do you have any suggestions on vehicles that ...Read more
Agribusiness giant Cargill on Monday moved forward a goal to eliminate deforestation and land conversion from both direct and indirect supply chains in key South American countries, including Brazil, by five years.
The ...Read more
SANTA CLARA, California — Qualcomm has revealed plans to chop scores of jobs in the Bay Area, cutbacks that have brought the region’s tech layoffs to a grim economic benchmark.
The Qualcomm layoffs in the Bay Area are...Read more
Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger at a Tuesday town hall for staff appeared to downplay his earlier comments suggesting he’d be willing to sell off Disney’s linear TV assets, adding that the company’s ...Read more
Charles Munger, the alter ego, sidekick and foil to Warren Buffett for almost 60 years as they transformed Berkshire Hathaway Inc. from a failing textile maker into an empire, has died. He was 99.
He died on Tuesday at a ...Read more
When Jennifer Lynn Robinson runs errands, it feels like all store employees and self-checkout screens ask the same question: Do you want to round up your bill to the next dollar for charity or make a small donation?
The Cybertruck hasn’t even hit the market yet, and Elon Musk already is lamenting that Tesla Inc. has dug its own grave.
Its stainless steel body may be able to withstand bullets and arrows, but it’s going to be a ...Read more
A top US consumer watchdog is preparing to make it much harder for banks to charge clients overdraft fees — setting up a clash with financial firms over billions of dollars in annual revenue.
Consumer Financial ...Read more
Amazon workers at a fulfillment center that services Philadelphia and South Jersey walked out of work on Monday, demanding better pay and working conditions as part of a multistate organizing effort.
About two dozen ...Read more
Social media teems with videos of boxes being swiped off porches. The internet means fraudsters don’t have to show you their face to fool you. And the big business of Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa means it’s also a ...Read more
Home prices in the U.S. extended their climb, reaching a fresh record high.
A national gauge of prices rose 0.7% in September from August, according to seasonally adjusted data from S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller. It was the ...Read more
Over the course of millions of years, the earth regularly removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through a natural process called weathering, when exposure to the elements wears down surface rocks and silicate minerals...Read more
John Chappelear and his friend Jeff Gordon say they were adamant when they told the LA Fitness personal trainer that Gordon could not afford a yearlong personal training program for $5,280.
Gordon, 77, had accompanied ...Read more
Myths and canards about Social Security and its supposed fiscal troubles have steadily proliferated over the years. But it’s rare to find them all concentrated in one place as they were in a recent article on the online ...Read more
Wolf Carbon Solutions U.S., which has proposed a controversial 260-mile carbon dioxide pipeline for Illinois and Indiana, is temporarily withdrawing its application to build in Illinois.
Wolf filed a motion last week to ...Read more
ROCHESTER, Minnesota — Sheila Maines didn't know if she'd live long enough to get a new kidney.
The 58-year-old Oklahoma woman felt crushed after doctors in that state refused her for a transplant, citing her medical ...Read more
Bay Area home sales remained sluggish in October as the supply dwindled and high interest rates kept potential sellers from listing.
Sales of existing homes in California fell nearly 12% from last year, according to new ...Read more
After Kelly Zhao earned a master’s degree in ethnic studies from UCLA last year, she followed the lead of so many other young graduates thrust into a competitive job market: She moved back in with her parents while she ...Read more
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